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Thread: Rotisserie pork/lamb

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    Rotisserie pork/lamb

    Spent $50 at the whare house 2 weeks ago on a Rotisserie didn't realise it was battery operated 2 DD battery o well thought I'd give it a go put a roast lamb on it a back wheel basted in cerebos tomato relish 3 times , turned out mint was surprised the 2 battery's lasted 3 hours did another roast a couple of days latter same method same battery's then last night got a pork leg on there googled up a beer baste, turned out great :1 bottle of tui, 6 garlic cloves ( used granuals)2T of Worcester sauce , 2t salt , 1 t black pepper ,1/2 t thyme ,rosemary, coriander....same 2 batters so far that's around 9 hrs !
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    Man that looks good. I've seen them in Warehouse before and been tempted but figured for the price they're probably pretty shit. I'll definitely be giving it a go now though!

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    I brought the same kit and it turns out delicious. It's best to use indirect heat (the burner next to the meat) and put a aluminium tray full of water under the meat. You can use the juices that collect for a bbq sauce.

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    I'm highly impressed who no,s how long it will last if I get another 6 or so roasts like the last one,s il be happy..that beer baste was really good the big T = table spoon ,t = teaspoon...give it a go it says to baste it around every 15 minutes...I prefer to time it by the stubby
    Next up is a veno roast...if anyone has a baste for that don't hold out !

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    Heres the lamb roast in the relish I only use the 2 middle burners on low , lid down
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    I've had a warehouse battery driven rotisserie for some time now.

    The batteries last for ages and if you have a close look you can also plug in to the power.

    Here's one of my efforts
    https://youtu.be/0MD8SPQxBeU

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    I've had a warehouse battery driven rotisserie for some time now.

    The batteries last for ages and if you have a close look you can also plug in to the power.

    Here's one of my efforts
    https://youtu.be/0MD8SPQxBeU

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    Hey that's a neat setup I like the smoker & the coals iv a smoker similar to yours something else iv learnt ! Cheers Phill.

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    Yep I have what looks like exactly the same thing but got it thrown in with the bbq at mega ten, I too was worried about the batteries going flat when catering the wifes netball pissup after already doing a couple of chickens and lamb roasts.....even shit cheapo batteries last ages......best way to roast a chicken bar none! I dont even like bloody chicken but it is the best way to do one as the skin is crispy all around.

    They work bloody good...We dont use ours enough.
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    Man iv been the same been so crappy out but finally got 2 nice days im going to use it as many days as I can before winter arrives !! did a veno roast tonight a big lump of silverside cooked it for 2 hours got a nice glaze on it ud think after a couple hours of going round it would dry out but nup surprising how juicey it still was
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    That beer baste sounds good, one way to get rid of a crap bottle of waikato that got left in my fridge..

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    Oh the bloody calories and fat in that!!! Try a Pork Belly I gotta stop cooking em!!!:O_O
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