BBQ Marinated Beef Fillet cooked to give you probably the best tasting beef in the world

This timeless classic perfectly cooked Roast Beef Fillet, tender succulent is as good as it gets. It is a perfect with Yorkshire pudding, crispy roast potatoes, Broccoli and some leaks in a cheddar sauce.

2 1/2 kilos fillet of beef (remove any fat or sinew).
8 cloves garlic (crushed).
1 red chili (chopped fine).
2 cups soy sauce.
1 cup wine vinegar.
1/3 cup balsamic vinegar.

Into a large a bowl mix soy sauce, cider, and balsamic vinegar. Pour over beef the mixtures of garlic, chili and sugar together and rub over beef piece then cover with tin foil and leave overnight.

Remove from marinade and cook on medium to hot BBQ (turning regularly) for as follows 25 for rare to medium, – 35 for well done).

IMPORTANT to Note when Cooking on a BBQ

Put up to a least 3 to 4 Layers of coals on one side of a dome shaped BBQ.

And wait until white ash has formed over most of the surface of the coals before you start to cook.

Place the any large piece of meat for cooking on the opposite side to the coals (the side with no burning coals underneath.)

It is important to try to cook the meat without causing any fat from the meat flaring up and burn the meat or causing black smoke marks on your meatwhich can affect its taste.

The same applies cooking process is better for a gas BBQ cooker You rely on the heat within the dome or lid of the BBQ to retain all cooking heat to cook with, (similar to conventional electric cooking principles. )

The advantage of an outdoor BBQ is apart from the great eating outdoors atmosphere that is created.

It is that wonderful almost smoky flavour added to the cooked food and of course most BBQ have a rotisserie turning rod to let any juices cook as it turns.

Again slice fairly thick slices of the tender BBQ beef.

For a BBQ this can be accompanied by baked potatoes with grated cheese and a mixed salad of chopped celery, lettuce, cucumber quartered tomatoes have you thought of adding fruit to a salad sultanas, chopped apple they are great.

Of course you need to add an added salad sauce of your choice.

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