Weber Baby Q - Trials and Cooks

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Salty
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Weber Baby Q - Trials and Cooks

Post by Salty » Wed Nov 02, 2016 4:05 pm

Maybe there is a thread on here like this, but i thought i'd make one for the Weber Baby Q :)

After purchasing a Weber Baby Q Premium (Q1200) only a week ago, i've tried the below.
Please add you're own Baby Q cooks with a brief cooking procedure :)

Rolled Pork Loin Roast

Only a small 850gram Rolled Pork Loin
Prepared with Slashing, Boiling water, Dried, Salted, Oiled and Room Temp.
Baby Q Preheated until 310 degrees C
Pork placed on trivet and cooked on HIGH for 35min
Turned to Low, Meat Thermo added, removed at 65 degrees internal temp.
Total cook time, maybe 45min

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Notes: 9/10. Next time all go 40min on HIGH first

Salty
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Re: Weber Baby Q - Trials and Cooks

Post by Salty » Wed Nov 02, 2016 4:11 pm

Lamb Chops

Prepared with Salt, Paper and Rosemary in olive oil, Room Temp.

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Weber Preheated until 280 degrees C
Cooked at same HIGH setting for 2min per side + 1 min

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Notes: Cook was a compromise, the meat was over done and the fat was under done.
The fat was only just rendered to the point you could eat it, made a hell of a mess inside the Weber.
Next time i think i'll cook at a lower temp but for slightly longer?
Or just do them on my 4 Burner.
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Salty
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Re: Weber Baby Q - Trials and Cooks

Post by Salty » Wed Nov 02, 2016 4:16 pm

Pork Chops

Just salted and lightly oiled, Weber Preheated to 250 degrees
Cooked for 2min a side. Next time i'll do 1.45min a side.

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Notes: 9/10, Flavour was amazing!!!! Meat slightly over cooked, will play with timing next time.

Salty
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Re: Weber Baby Q - Trials and Cooks

Post by Salty » Wed Nov 02, 2016 4:23 pm

Scotch Fillet

30mm Thick Scotch Fillet
Brought to Room Temp, generous ground Pepper and Salt, light olive oil rub
Weber preheated to 300 degrees C
Cooked for 1.45min a side, rested for 2minutes.

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Notes: Flavour 9/10, Slightly under done, but not under cooked if you know what i'm saying, it was almost blue in the centre, but completely eatable :)
I enjoy a rare steak, but next time i'll cook it for 2min a side or perhaps a hint longer :)

Salty
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Re: Weber Baby Q - Trials and Cooks

Post by Salty » Wed Nov 02, 2016 4:29 pm

I haven't even read the Weber Books that came with the unit yet, or the DVD :)
So please, if anyone has some tips or advice or can add there own cooks, fire away :)

Im starting to see why people like these units, i'm a hard man to convince, but so far it seems promising
Especially as a Portable Camping solution.

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Re: Weber Baby Q - Trials and Cooks

Post by titch » Wed Nov 02, 2016 4:35 pm

Not very often I say this.
The Books that come with the Weber are a great read for Technique, they are very helpful and simple.
our Weber sat in the front boot of our Galaxy perfectly
Cheers
Titch

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