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The Different Possibilities with Spiducci BBQ

Also known as arrosticini, the original Italian recipe for the grill is Spiducci BBQ. The traditional recipe uses sheep or lamb, but you can certainly use your preference. There are plenty of versions of spiducci recipes out there, the question is how to make your own.


With Hitek Milan’s custom fabricated grills and accessories, you can make Spiducci BBQ to perfection, evenly grilled over coal.


Spiducci BBQ is usually made with lamb. It’s best to choose cuts of meat with about 25% fat, to make sure that the finished skewer is crisp on the outside and tender in the inside. If you’ve got leaner cuts, you can alternate them with thin layers of fat. This will help baste the lamb during grilling.


The traditional way of cooking arrosticini is to keep it essentially unseasoned until it’s about to cook, adding only a sprinkle of salt. Rosemary leaves are used to add some flavor, along with virgin olive oil. To make a variation, you can marinate using your own favorites to enhance its flavor. You can use olive oil, rosemary sprigs and some lemon juice, for example. Marinate in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes before you skew and grill them.


While not traditional, chicken can taste as amazing as lamb meat. Since it is very lean and drier than lamb, its best to marinate it well to keep it tender and savory. You can use the same seasonings or an herb mixture instead, with oregano and basil, garlic and olive oil.


If you use the traditional wood skewers, it’s a great idea to to soak them in water to avoid them getting scorched on the grill. With the Milano grills you won’t need to worry about this, as they are designed to hold skewers at a perfect distance from the coal, as well as any other cut of meat. The Milano series are specially designed to give your Spiducci BBQ a perfect taste!

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