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Making chicken quesadillas on a Weber gas grill is so easy that I hesitate to tell you how to do it…but I’m going to tell you anyway!
Start by grilling a few boneless, skinless chicken breasts using your favorite rub or marinade. If you don’t have a favorite, try Slap Yo’ Daddy BBQ Jailbird Chicken rub. Grill the breasts over MEDIUM heat to 160-165°F, let rest for a few minutes until you can handle the meat, then cut or shred into bite-sized pieces. Continue reading Chicken Quesadillas On A Weber Gas Grill
Do you need a sear grate or griddle for a Weber Genesis II or Genesis II LX gas grill? We’ve got you covered!
Weber has a sear grate accessory and a griddle accessory that fits the Genesis II and Genesis II LX 300, 400, and 600 series grills. Both accessories can be ordered from Amazon.com—just click the links or photos below.
Are the gas grill valves in your old Weber Genesis or Summit grill stiff and hard to turn? Do they no longer lock in the Off/High/Medium/Low positions? Do they not pop back up after being pushed down?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you can probably solve the problem by cleaning and lubricating the gas valves.
I had heard of smashed burgers in the past. I’ve eaten at a fast-food chain called “Smashburger” but didn’t think much of it. When I was a teenager, I worked the grill at Wendy’s and part of the process was to smash the burgers on the flat-top using a trowel-like spatula. And yes, I am aware that the venerable Steak ‘n Shake has been smashing Steakburgers on the flat-top since 1934.
But it wasn’t until The Virtual Weber Bulletin Board member BFletcher started asking about sturdy spatulas for making smashed burgers that I started to investigate these flattened meat marvels. What caught my attention was an article by J. Kenji López-Alt on Serious Eats about making ultra-smashed cheeseburgers. Armed with this info, I successfully made delicious smashed burgers using my Weber gas grill. Let me show you how.
We’re well into Spring and it’s time to give your gas grill the love and attention it deserves with a good spring cleaning. It will thank you with months of great grilling!
It may not seem intuitive at first, but when grilling large cuts of meat, it can be helpful to use both a probe thermometer and an instant-read thermometer to measure internal meat temperature.
Here’s an easy recipe for grilled carrots using a vegetable basket on a gas grill. I’ve got a Weber Style 6434 stainless steel vegetable basket but any similar basket will do.
Here’s what you need:
Do you need a rotisserie for a Weber Genesis II or Genesis II LX gas grill? We’ve got you covered!
Weber has two rotisseries that fit the four sizes of Genesis II/LX grills. Each rotisserie can be ordered from Amazon.com—just click the link or photo below. Continue reading Rotisseries for Weber Genesis II/LX Gas Grills
Do you need a premium grill cover for a Weber Genesis II or Genesis II LX gas grill? We’ve got you covered!
Each grill cover can be ordered from Amazon.com—just click the link or photo below. Continue reading Premium Grill Covers for Weber Genesis II/LX Gas Grills