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Learn the art of barbecuing!

At the Weber India Centre, you can learn the fine art of Barbecuing and do the same in the comfort of your own space.



Imagine the fascinating view of a lush
green garden overlooking the porch, surrounded with food, grills, smoke amidst the perfect company of your friends and family. What does this do to you-Tempt you to go on a vacation then think again.

What is Barbecuing?
Barbecue is the art of cooking meals (meat and vegetables) on the grill with the heat of smoking wood, and charcoals. Barbecuing is simply the most fun-filled outdoor activities. You can enjoy the fine art of living and ‘barbecuing’ almost every day at your den and all you need is a bit of an open space to spare. Longing to barbecue but wondering how to start. Then simply head to the Weber Experience Centre in Ulsoor as it can be your guide to all your barbecue queries. The Center boasts of a fantastic ambiance which has a wide range of grilling equipments in variety of sizes spread over two floors. The fancy equipments are definitely not rocket science. 

The Weber team helps you grasp your grilling knowledge by patiently demonstrating the A and Z of grilling and how you can make a scrumptious meal with simple ingredients. "Most people associate barbecue with non-veg food. But  people don’t know is that it can be used for a variety of vegetarian dishes too and a lot more can be done beyond paneer and capsicum,” says Aslam Gafoor, COO of Weber in India.  He further adds, “The basic challenge that we face is to make people understand is that its not a cumbersome task. We break that myth by teaching people simple methods of barbecue cooking. From marination to grilling we teach them everything in our demo sessions which takes place every weekend."

Here's a recipe that you can enjoy on your barbecue.
Whole Grilled Masala Fish
There are few pleasures as gratifying as having a whole grilled fish. The cooking of the flesh on the bone always results in an incredibly moist and supple flavour and prevents over drying; something we have seen all too often at restaurants. Good fresh fish is as key to the success of this recipe as the marinating and grilling.  It would make you want to try this on several other varieties of fish after trying this preparation out.
 
Pomfret (600gms) - 2 nos
Ajwain Seeds - 2 tsp
Red chili powder - 2 tsp
Coriander powder - 2tsp
Fresh ginger paste - 20gms
Fresh Garlic paste - 20gms
Lemon Juice - 2 tbsp
Refined oil - 10ml
Turmeric Powder - 1 tsp
Fresh coriander - 20gms
Salt to taste
 
Serves: 4
Preparation time: 15 minutes

  • Gut the pomfret and make sure that its fine scales are scrubbed clean. Trim off the fins and tails using a pair of sharp scissors or knife.
  • Using a sharp knife make 4 lateral slits on each side of the fish, deep enough to almost touch the bone beneath and keep aside.
  • Combine all the other ingredients in a bowl thoroughly.
  • Using your hands or a brush, rub the marinade into the slits of the pomfret so that the marinade goes through and keep refrigerated for an hour.
  • Over a medium heat Weber Q100 Gas Grill with well-cleaned grates, place the two fish over direct heat. Close the lid and cook for 7-8 minutes on one side.
  • Open lid and gently baste the uncooked side with some oil and flip over. The cooked side should have taken on grill marks and the white flesh from beneath the skin should look cooked. Cover again and cook for a further 8-10 minutes.
  • Check to see if fish is cooked and serve at once with some lemon wedges and fresh coriander.
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The Weber Experience Center hosts weekend grill demo sessions which are free for a limited period. Pre-registrations are required. Call +91 99000 27067 to register and for further details.

Weber India

GTFD UNLTD, 11/2, Haudin Road,
Ulsoor, Bangalore Map

42406666
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