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Grilled Chicken using a Spit on a Watermill! 100 Chickens at a Time

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Grilled Chicken using a Spit on a Watermill! 100 Chickens at a Time

The great British summer is here and we can't wait for the warm spring days, the sunnier weather and the opportunities to grill and bake all that lovely British food that we love. In the spirit of those spring days, we're going to share with you a collection of recipes that use only the finest seasonal, ethical produce available and which highlight the wonderful versatility of the grill. From the delicate tasting delights of a wood-fired spring chicken to a classic Sunday roast, we hope this menu will inspire you to try something new and help you to make the most of those warm British spring days. Let's get started.

Grilled Chicken

We'll start with something really easy and quick to make. Who doesn't love a good old-fashioned chicken curry, spiced up with some chili and garlic and served with some fluffy rice and fresh green mango? We all know how fast and easy it is to make, so it's a fantastic way to get some practice with your grill while you're waiting for your barbecue to cook your steaks and burgers. Plus, who wouldn't like to try something new and different? This recipe is from River Cottage and it's an easy one to make. It calls for 100 chicken legs but, as usual, you can use whatever amounts you like. Just remember to buy a large organic chicken from a reputable supermarket. Serves 4.

TIP: To cut down on the washing up, use a food processor to make the curry and mash the chicken in the mixture so that it's evenly distributed. The food processor will chop everything up very finely, so you won't have any chunks of chicken that you have to pick through at the end. It also makes for quick work when cooking. You can keep the flavours as close as possible to the original recipe by using the spice mix from the supermarket. Simply follow the instructions on the can and you'll be good to go!

Lamb Cutlets

We're coming soon to the end of this list now and it's time for our last couple of recipes. These last couple of recipes are for the more adventurous amongst you. We're starting with something a little different again, this time using lamb rather than chicken. We know how much you lamb lovers out there love your chops and your rack of lamb. Do you have a barbecue that you rarely get to use? This is the perfect recipe for you. It's an Indian recipe but, as always, you can use any spices you like and any cuts of lamb you have available. This recipe serves 4 and contains a number of Indian spices that will have your mouth watering before you even start cooking. We can't help but think that this is one of the best lamb cuts we've had the pleasure of tasting. You might want to make more than one because they'll be gone before you know it.

Fried Chicken

Frying chicken is another classic British street food favourite that we love here at the Hive. It might seem like a simple recipe, but you'd be surprised by how many people don't succeed in getting the juiciness and the crispness of fried chicken. It's usually the seasonings that cause the difference. They're often very blandish so that the meat doesn't break down when cooked. If you add your favorite spice mix to the chicken, you'll be able to taste the difference immediately. The perfect accompaniment for fried chicken is mash, preferably in a crispy style. If you haven't tried it yet, you should definitely give it a go. It's very easy to make and highly enjoyable. It serves 2 and is another recipe from River Cottage. We were lucky enough to get a sneak peak at this upcoming cookbook and can't wait to get our hands on a copy. It will be released in March 2020 and will feature many recipes, including some for fish, and all of them using only the freshest ingredients. We bet you won't be able to put it down once you've tried it. It's the perfect companion for those warm summer nights. We would recommend you make several meals out of this because it's very easy to make and because you'll want to eat the leftovers for breakfast.

Pork Chop Cuts

We can't leave the appetizers section without including some classic British pork chop recipes, now can we? We've all seen pictures of people chilling at the pub with a tray of crispy, golden-brown pork chops and a cold pint of beer. It's a sight to behold and a taste that never gets old. We've all seen pictures of people chilling at the pub with a tray of crispy, golden-brown pork chops and a cold pint of beer. It's a sight to behold and a taste that never gets old. These pork chop recipes are another great way to experiment with your grill. If you're looking for something simple to make, these recipes are for you. They require very little preparation time and are very easy to make. We recommend you try them because they're very versatile and you'll be able to use any type of cut you have available. Whether you have thick or thin chops, you'll end up with perfectly cooked and seasoned pork chops. These recipes serve 2 and can be stored in the fridge for when you need them. It is advisable to let the chops sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes before serving so that they can come back to room temperature more easily. That way they won't be cold and gristly and you'll enjoy the meat more. You can find the recipes for these pork chops at our favorite blog, My Family Recipe. It's a small blog by a family of four and they share wonderful, easy recipes that anyone can make. These recipes are perfect for beginners and offer a wide variety of options, including several gluten-free options.

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