Rinnai Barbeques For The Ultimate Kiwi Summer!
Posted by Fleur Revell
Rinnai Barbeques For The Ultimate Kiwi Summer! The latest range of BBQs from Rinnai can cook enough to satisfy the whole rugby team!
Prawns, beach cricket and Rinnai barbeques – all you need for a great Kiwi summer! Get into the spirit this season with a BBQ that not only performs well but looks good too.
Developed with contemporary design philosophies in mind, Rinnai BBQs enhance any outdoor living environment, no matter what your style.
Show your buddies whose boss with a top of the range Rinnai 4 Burner Stainless Steel Island barbeque with accessories. All models are designed with full stainless steel grill bodies and lids and come equipped with electronic multi point ignition to all main burners – so you’ll be all fired up in no time!
This ultimate big boy’s toy has hotplate temperatures that can reach up to 300C, great for quickly sizzling up those succulent steaks for hungry friends and family.
A fully recessed side shelf also offers the convenience of an extra ledge when not in use while the new slide out drip tray offers less mess and fuss free cleaning.
The Rinnai 4 Burner Stainless Steel Island comes with modular cooking plates in 200mm and 400mm interchangeable sections, enabling you to mix around the hot plate and grilling sections to suit your preference.
If you’re a fan of modern, sophisticated cooking without the fuss then try the handy 17MJ side burner – perfect for stir frying food and cooking messier dishes like eggs and sauces – or the battery operated rotisserie kit for a tasty twist on your Sunday roast.
With twin skin solid doors and a cover to protect from the elements, this impressive solidly constructed BBQ ticks all the boxes for those weekly summer get-togethers.
If you’re after something a little more compact, then the Rinnai 3 Burner Enamel barbeque is the hottest ticket in town – literally!
An ideal patio model for smaller spaces, this model has all of the features you’d expect from a top of the range Rinnai barbeque including a powerful 18MJ burner for better heat distribution, electronic multi point ignition, fully recessed side burners and modular cooking plates in 200 and 400 mm widths. It just goes to show that good things really do come in smaller packages.
The distance between burners and hot plates has been decreased to give
optimum heat and with a 17MJ side burner for proper wok cooking, what more could you ask for?
For a quick and easy summer recipe you can’t go past BBQ Beer Can Chicken courtesy of April Ieremia and the team at Food TV. Simply follow the steps below and you’ll whip up a feast for friends and family in no time!
1 can of Beer
1 tsp Garlic cloves (minced)
2 tsp Sugar
2 Tbsp Cajun spice mix
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
1 Size 13 Chicken (fresh)
Open tab on beer can, use ½ the contents.
Place the garlic into the beer can.
Mix sugar and spice mix together.
Coat the chicken with olive oil, inside and out and then apply your secret flavouring.
Insert beer can into cavity so the chicken is sitting upright, tie the legs together with string.
Cook for approx 2 hours on your Rinnai BBQ till done.
Ingredients – Roast Vegetables
3 Kumara (peeled & roasted)
4 Parsnips (peeled & roasted)
4 Potatoes (scrubbed clean & roasted)
3 Carrots (peeled & roasted)
4 sticks Rosemary (leaves stripped)
1 handful Fresh Thyme
1 head Garlic (smashed, skins left on)
½ Tbsp Sea Salt
4 Tbsp Olive oil
Pre-heat the oven solid top griddle on your Rinnai BBQ.
In a mixing bowl, coat all the vegetables with the herbs, olive oil and sea salt, toss together and grill on your Rinnai BBQ for 30 minutes or until cooked, tossing frequently.
For more information on the Rinnai range of barbeques visit www.rinnai.co.nz/bbqandoutdoor or phone 0800 RINNAI (746 624).