I would call or email the PC test kitchens for that one! They are pretty quick to get back to you.bbstephan said:Help! I have a show and the gal wants the sausage/pot kabobs on the new skewers- but she doesn't have a grill. Will I crack the bar pan if I put the food on the skewers, lay them in the bar pan and roast them? Thanks!
bbstephan said:Help! I have a show and the gal wants the sausage/pot kabobs on the new skewers- but she doesn't have a grill. Will I crack the bar pan if I put the food on the skewers, lay them in the bar pan and roast them? Thanks!
To ensure that your meat cooks evenly and does not stick to the skewers, it is important to cut the meat into uniform pieces. We recommend cutting the meat into 1-inch cubes and marinating it for at least 30 minutes before skewering.
Yes, you can use wooden skewers on the bar pan. Soak them in water for at least 30 minutes before skewering the meat to prevent them from burning on the grill.
If you are using wooden skewers, make sure to soak them in water before skewering. This will prevent the wood from burning and make it easier for the food to stay on the skewers. Additionally, try to evenly distribute the weight of the food on the skewers to prevent them from tipping over.
The cooking time will vary depending on the type of meat and the size of the pieces. As a general rule, most skewers will take around 10-15 minutes to cook on the bar pan. Make sure to rotate the skewers every few minutes for even cooking.
Yes, you can roast vegetables on skewers in the bar pan. Just make sure to cut them into similar-sized pieces and marinate them if desired. The cooking time may be slightly longer for vegetables compared to meat skewers.