The range of dishes and cuisines that can be cooked on the Infra E is only limited by your imagination. Try these mouth-watering recipes to get you started…
Vietnam is known as “the world’s kitchen” for good reason. What an exquisite explosion of flavours! Smoky, sweet, spicy and savoury. The crispy outside, seared superbly on your alfresQ grill, and the moist tender inside of the chicken are perfectly complemented with a century’s old lemongrass marinade that will blow you away!
You’ll find these supremely tasty treats being served on the streets of Istanbul. Grilling the mackerel fillets on your alfresQ grill will ensure a crispy charred outside and moist and juicy inside. Sumac is the perfect foil for the rich and oily mackerel with its slightly sour flavour. This is a centuries old combination for very good reason.
We firmly believe this steak will change your idea of the perfect steak. Grilled to your liking the peppery crust, seared on super high heat in the initial stage on your alfresQ grill ensures that all of the juicy flavours are trapped within the fillet creating a harmony of texture and balance rarely experienced at even the best steak restaurants.
These tandoori chicken skewers are always a hit around your alfresQ grill. They are spicy, crispy and charred on the outside, moist and tender on the inside and absolutely delicious when dipped into the tangy and refreshing cucumber raita. So versatile they can be served as appetiser, entree or main with your favourite salad.
These must be tasted to be believed. That’s about it. Gather the family and friends around your alfresQ grill to individually flip some burgers and have a laugh. Include your own extras such as fried egg, bacon, cheese, salad veggies and your favourite burger sauce. You won’t be heading to a burger chain for a while, if ever again!
Grilling these on your alfresQ has to be the best way to prepare and serve up what is without doubt Australia’s most underrated delicacy. It has a wonderful gamey taste that adds a lot of flavour without being overpowering, perhaps because kangaroos live in the wild and feed on grass and shrubs. The unique marinade enhances what is sure to be a favourite once experienced.
Your alfresQ grill has been largely inspired by the popular Korean BBQ concept and there are many, many Korean BBQ recipes that can be deliciously grilled and shared around it. We have chosen Spicy Korean Grilled Pork (Dwaejibulgogi) as we absolutely fell in love with it and it is an easy way to ease yourself into the wonderful world of Korean BBQ grilling.
Sosaties are a Cape Malay dish and the name comes from the word’s “sate” meaning skewered meat and “saus”, a spicy sauce in Afrikaans. This much loved dish has spread in popularity around the country and the world. They come up an absolute treat on your alfresQ grill with a slightly charred exterior and moist, tender and delicious inside.
These healthy swordfish skewers will take you on a culinary journey to the beachfront trattorias of Sicily. The tapenade combines olives with sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, chilli, smoky paprika and lemon then spooned over skewers of fresh cubes of swordfish and vegetables lightly charred on your alfresQ grill.