Chef Brandi's Blog:
So many different companies are making BBQ grills with rotisserie built in or as an add on accessory, and a lot of customers are asking themselves if they will ever use it. I love it and would recommend using it a lot more than you may think and for more things than you can imagine.
When you think of rotisserie does it conjure images of the supermarket chickens or whole pigs? You can cook chicken, pigs, turkey, and most dense meats such as prime rib, roast, and even ribs. However, some of my favorite things to cook on a rotisserie are not even meat at all. I love cinnamon and brown sugar rubbed pineapples, buffalo cauliflower, garlic butter rolls, and a block of cheese that I place potatoes under. I use the rotisserie to bring home the Brazilian Grill churrascaria style cooking.
BBQ grills even have rotisserie cages for vegetables, chicken wings, or delicate fish. Using the rotisserie accessory is not only adding flavor to food it is also frees up space on the main grill for you to add more items. I love to fill our Napoleon grill with pork loin, and cheese block on the rotisserie, and potatoes and broccoli in a tin pan or cast-iron skillet underneath the cheese so that melts all over them. Bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers under my pork loin, a nice hearty ciabatta bread, and fresh peaches in the center for dessert! It allows me to have an appetizer, dinner, and dessert all on one space.
If you have stored away the rotisserie accessory for your grill go hunt it down and find it. There is no limit to what you can cook with this accessory. Be creative and make sure to tag #Kamappliances and #brandichef on Facebook and Instagram to show us what you made on your rotisserie.