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BBQ Charcoal Briquettes

Long Burning Consistent Heat for Easy Cooking
  • Sawdust from sustainable hardwoods
  • Pillow shapes – size starts as 30-70mm
  • Long burn times, consistent heat (3hr-4hr)
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BBQ Charcoal Briquettes

They are even cushion-shaped lumps, made by compressing pure wood and natural starch binding agents which produces a steady and consistent cooking heat. They are quick to reach cooking temperatures and long-lasting for an average of 2.5-3 hrs of cooking time. Gives you a more consistent cooking temperature spread across the BBQ grilling area. Briquettes give a prolonged burn that is excellent for smokers' and professional chefs. 


When you are setting up your charcoal grill for smoking, create two zones of fire. The charcoal grate is arranged with coals on one side and left empty on the other, resulting in two heat zones. There will be direct heat in one and indirect heat in the other.Smoking beef brisket, pork shoulder, and ribs are best. In spite of the fact that smoking can dry out some kinds of meat, brisket and pork shoulder retain their moisture, tenderness and deliciousness due to their high-fat content.


Every grilling expert will have a different suggestion when it comes to grilling. Gas grills are recommended by some while briquettes are recommended by others. Other people use smokers instead of wood chips when grilling. There is one thing we all agree on, though, and that is that fire makes a piece of meat taste so much better than an oven or microwave.Ensure your charcoal is pushed to one side inside your grill. This area will be hotter than the rest of the grill, and it will be where you will simply grill directly on it. When grilling sausages, kebabs, shrimp, and steaks that need to be seared, direct heat is best.In the absence of charcoal, the side will still be hot, but it won't be scorching. This is where indirect heat is generated. Grill foods that take 20 minutes or longer to cook, like large or tough cuts of meat, with indirect heat. Warm foods can also be kept on your grill using indirect heat.If you’ve never used a grill before, you might find the process intimidating. But that doesn’t have to be the case if you know where to start. Our BBQ experts have put together a quick start guide for your BBQ. The first step in the barbecuing process is to load your grill with charcoal. To learn more, check out our step-by-step guide on how to start your charcoal grill!We have a range of other charcoal products to suit every customer’s need plus various types of Smokin’ chips to add more Flavour to your food.To stay up to date with everything we do, follow us on Instagram.

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