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Top 10 Charcoal Grilling Tips for Beginners

Miguel Chavez
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I want to apologize in advance about the audio, I am still learning how to make videos and my neighbor has a rusty whirly attic fan that you can hear whistling in the background.
I have been grilling using a charcoal weber grill for about four years now and in this video I share with you my top 10 Charcoal Grilling tips. I made this video to help out people that are new to charcoal grilling. There's a nice aroma and experience that comes from grilling on a charcoal grill versus a gas/propane grill.
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6/08/2017

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Tom Jackson
Tom Jackson 22 घंटे पहले
Thanks man
Shachar Petrushka
Shachar Petrushka 5 दिन पहले
Oil spray tips: Do not spray over got anything! If it catches fire while you spray it will instantly reach and ignite your oil canister creating a small fire bomb and you'll find yourself in the hospital with Burns! You can spread oil like in the video with a napkin holding it from a far or simply spray your food (again not over hot stuff) Check your type of oil: canola oil reaches 204c/400f Soon flower oil reaches 232c/450f Refined Peanut oil reaches almost 232c/450f If possible use high temp oil
Shachar Petrushka
Shachar Petrushka 5 दिन पहले
@Miguel Chavez nope, but saw someone on IN-vid do it against a hornet nest
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 5 दिन पहले
I take it you never did the hairspray torch in the 90s.
anton pillay
anton pillay 6 दिन पहले
Use wood
Mohamed aziz
Mohamed aziz 15 दिन पहले
I feel like a real man now
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 12 दिन पहले
It certainly helps increase your confidence when you learn how to do things that make you independent of others. I feel the same way when I do my own maintenance on my car.
Robert Esquilin
Robert Esquilin 18 दिन पहले
Just watched your video after ording a Weber grill! THanks for the tips here! I only went with the 18 inch one , it doesnt have the temp gauge like the larger one is. I assume that it isnt a deal breaker but just didnt need a larger one. :/
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 18 दिन पहले
Congrats on the new purchase. I believe you can drill a hole and attach a temp gauge to any grill. Here's one I found on amazon amzn.to/34jgTeL
Erick Herrera
Erick Herrera 20 दिन पहले
Is kingsford coal's good? Asking always cooked with mesquite
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 19 दिन पहले
Kingsford original is a good starting point for beginners. If you're already cooking with mesquite, there's no reason to switch. The only benefit would be money savings as Kingsford original briquettes are cheaper.
amuro996
amuro996 26 दिन पहले
Papi!🔥🔥🔥
TheHilarious GoldenChariot
TheHilarious GoldenChariot 28 दिन पहले
So why for tip one
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 25 दिन पहले
I recommend beginners start with a good, cheap, and simple baseline coal. The Kingsford Original is a good baseline charcoal as its the original formula and costs cheaper than their other formulas. From there you can venture to other formulas and you will appreciate them more.
Hammer_of_creation
Hammer_of_creation महीने पहले
I wound up getting a Oklahoma Joe's bandera smoker. I nearly got a Weber, in order to smoke as you do. None the less, I'm gonna use a lot of these tips when I'm camping. Thanks for the great video!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 29 दिन पहले
That's awesome. When I go to my parents house they have a grill that's a different brand and I can still use it. As long as you understand the basics, you can grill on anything.
NebulaM57
NebulaM57 महीने पहले
This was great info! Thanks for the posting!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez महीने पहले
You're welcome! Cheers to good BBQ.
MtnXfreeride
MtnXfreeride महीने पहले
I feel like Randy on south park in the creme fraiche episode...
Lucy-Anne aka LuAnne Codner
Lucy-Anne aka LuAnne Codner महीने पहले
BEST tips dude 10 out of 10 for great hints, i just put our first Barbie kettle grill together and about to cook with it for the first time and you prob just saved me from it being a disaster.. I will comment again after we finish cooking and eating what we cook and let you know how it tastes..CROSSED FINGERS that I get it perfect Miguel... Ps: Im a single widowed Mum of 2 and its my first time cooking a bbq since my Husband passed away 10yrs ago..
Uncle D Link
Uncle D Link महीने पहले
Vegan Alarm: REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! I never bbq-ed anything before. A little bit more confident now but will save for future reference.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez महीने पहले
Haha, vegan alarm. I need to learn how to integrate vegetables with my grilling. I have so much to learn, but I am motivated.
murra yucauka
murra yucauka महीने पहले
I just wasted 7 mins of my life....damn...
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez महीने पहले
There's 1,440 mins in a day. That's not so bad.
TaureanKing
TaureanKing महीने पहले
What's the purpose of wraping the meat in aluminum foil after cooking it? Thanks.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez महीने पहले
Here are some purposes. Covering your food with foil after you pull it from the grill prevents loss of heat. When you first pull the meat from the grill, the temps in the meat will continue to rise a few degrees. So wrapping your meats in foil after pulling from the grill will further tenderize the meat. When you grill/smoke ribs, wrapping the ribs in foil for an hour or two during the cooking process will help tenderize the meat faster, I've heard some people call this method the Texas crutch.
ICD
ICD महीने पहले
You’re awesome, thanks for this
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez महीने पहले
You're welcome!
Jose Magdaleno
Jose Magdaleno महीने पहले
About to cook some carne asada in Panama City Beach! 🏖 🥩 😋
Jose Magdaleno
Jose Magdaleno महीने पहले
Yea thanks
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez महीने पहले
Awesome! Never been there but I googled some photos of that place and its beautiful! Enjoy!
acmf74
acmf74 2 महीने पहले
This guy just simplified all the Weber kettle videos on IN-vid in a few minutes. Thank you!
Ben Turner
Ben Turner 2 महीने पहले
Great video, Miguel! I've been meaning to make one myself for friends and family new to the grilling/smoking/bbq world.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Thanks for the feedback bro! Great minds think alike!
Llathrum Marine Mechanic
Llathrum Marine Mechanic 2 महीने पहले
Excellent Thank you
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
You're welcome brother!
Saf Khan
Saf Khan 2 महीने पहले
Next video should b actually showing how to just barbecue chicken with every little details plz.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Here's a video I did on grilled chicken in-vid.net/video/%E0%A4%B5%E0%A5%80%E0%A4%A1%E0%A4%BF%E0%A4%AF%E0%A5%8B-KmNJ0B37ct8.html I plan to do another video making simple bbq chicken.
Minkah Ali
Minkah Ali 2 महीने पहले
Miguel Chavez for for President !!!!! Starting the Damn Campaign right Now !!!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Let's start the damn thing!! Hahaha.
Jeffrey Siegle
Jeffrey Siegle 2 महीने पहले
Awesome video. Whisky over beer, but yeah, time to drink with this dude. Seriously, thanks for the tips!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Whisky is good too! Jack Daniels and coke =) !
Richard S
Richard S 2 महीने पहले
Searing does very little if anything to seal in juices. It's all about creating a 'crispy' layer. First time I did correctly with 2 zone cooking, felt like I burned the meat but it came out so crispy and juicy.
tab abery
tab abery 2 महीने पहले
Put the tips of your tongs under the lid when you close it for half a minute heat kills all germs. Great video
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Good point! roast those germs.
Adam Bush
Adam Bush 2 महीने पहले
Didn't get all the science correct, but the content is spot on. Great video!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Thanks for the feedback! Takes a lot of research and time to process new information to get all the science correct, I try but I don't always have the time to get everything correct. That's why I welcome ppl's knowledge and I'll pin the comment if its helpful.
kitchen tv
kitchen tv 2 महीने पहले
❤️😍❤️😍❤️😍
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Thanks for the love!
Bud Yeddi
Bud Yeddi 2 महीने पहले
I grilled for the first time yesterday and I'm hooked!! Great tips :) 👍
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Yass!! You get hooked and you can never undo it. Its a wonderful thing to do when you have free time and are stress free.
Boo Ya
Boo Ya 2 महीने पहले
THANK YOU... THANK YOU.!!! I've seen SO MANY videos on 'how to Bar-b-que', and they show you how to prepare & cook the meat BUT, they NEVER explain how & why to prepare the grill itself.!! It was a THOROUGH video... applause.!!
Boo Ya
Boo Ya 2 महीने पहले
@Miguel Chavez well you already know grill preparation 101, so i'm sure you'll master griddle & smoker. the important thing is to be thorough & simple and not to skip even the smallest detail because many of us are still learning, which you understand. And yes, i will buy me a Weber Grill. After watching so many video's & then your recommendation, i am convinced that is the "go to grill". I just did a party & ruined it. i used a local grill i bought & i was smoking the brisket for about '7'' hours & still wasn't done.!!! Questions- A) so you use the same amount of Briquets & lump coal on a brisket? B) do you use a water pan? oh by the way, how long do i sear the meat?.....thanks..
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Thank you for the kind words! I wanted to focus on charcoal grilling because I realized not many of my friends and family knew how to use a charcoal grill. Over time a few of my friends and family have expressed more interest in grilling. What's next for me is learning to use a griddle and a smoker.
Daniel Acosta
Daniel Acosta 2 महीने पहले
I agree on the Weber, I have a 26 inch and it's the one of the best purchases I've done !! Cooking a brisket right now!!! Keep it up dude!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
You making me hungry talking about that brisket. I've made a brisket once and felt it could have been better so I gotta try it again.
Daniel Acosta
Daniel Acosta 2 महीने पहले
Orale Holmes!!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
That's right Holmes!! Haha.
TheJoelpancho
TheJoelpancho 2 महीने पहले
Great tips man thank you
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
You're welcome brother!
Chad
Chad 2 महीने पहले
I’ve got Tip 11 & 12 to add to get that perfect cooking down. Get temp probes (especially if you’re smoking the meat) and always pull the meat off a few degrees prior to the finished temp you want but instantly wrap it. That’s where a lot of your juices are going to stay. When the temp begins to lower, the amount of juice leaving the fat reduces. When you allow the meat to reach final temp in a wrap, you’re able to save a lot of the juices and the flavor it carries. If you care a lot of aesthetics of your food (especially if it’s meat that will develop a nice bark like a brisket) you want to look into butcher paper. Amazon has it pretty cheap, foil will strip the bark away easier.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Those are great tips. That's a good point about removing the meat a few degrees before target temp and wrapping. It makes a difference on beef. I will look into using butcher paper, I have never tried it.
Jake W
Jake W 2 महीने पहले
Why not use the marinade again?
Jake W
Jake W 2 महीने पहले
@Miguel Chavez thanks man, appreciate the response and your insight 👍
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
There is two parts to this. Raw meats can contain bacteria that will result in food illness. Marinade that comes into contact with raw meats can contain bacteria. For this reason I don't recommend reusing the marinade. In order to kill the bacteria you would have to boil the marinade which will make it safe for dipping, but even then the flavor will change and will not be same. The second is due to change in flavor. As marinade ages it's not going to be same in flavor. If you wanted to reuse the marinade with raw meats you won't have consistent fresh taste as the marinade ages, especially with marinades that contain citrus.
Xavier Garcia
Xavier Garcia 2 महीने पहले
Samoa Joe
Michael Oporto
Michael Oporto 2 महीने पहले
Thanks for the tips, dude! Really helpful video.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Thanks for the feedback! You're welcome brother!
Brain Software Upgrade
Brain Software Upgrade 2 महीने पहले
Why do we need tin foil?
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Foil has many uses such as: covering your food with foil after you pull it from the grill prevents loss of heat, wrapping your meats in foil after pulling from the grill cooks it just a lil bit more as temps in your meat will continue to rise a few degrees after pulling from grill, you can add smoke to your meats by lightly wrapping some wood chips in foil and placing them on the hot coals, you can ball up foil and use it to clean the grill. I have a plastic container where I drop in my food after grilling and I always place a sheet of foil inside the container before I drop in my food to prevent loss of heat.
lokpikr999
lokpikr999 3 महीने पहले
Question, if you’re cooking directly over the coals(e.g. With burgers), do you place the vent above or opposite to them?
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
If you're doing direct heat it doesn't really matter. If I had to pick one, I would place the vent above opposite the hot coals just to keep that habit going.
Matthew Chicoine
Matthew Chicoine 3 महीने पहले
Great video, one of the most helpful and instructive videos for amateur grillers like myself. Well done!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 2 महीने पहले
Thanks for the feedback, that's exactly my target audience. Im cooking up a follow up video to this one.
Roimata XX
Roimata XX 3 महीने पहले
Thank you sir, great tips!!!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Thanks for the feeback!
Perpetually Mad
Perpetually Mad 3 महीने पहले
You look like nick frost.
Perpetually Mad
Perpetually Mad 3 महीने पहले
Miguel Chavez 😂😂
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Haha, I had to look up who that is...you're right. I used to wear glasses too!
martinezandy15
martinezandy15 3 महीने पहले
Step #3 is really important so people don’t unintentionally put Salmonella on the cooked meat, Thanks man!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Yes, don't ask how I know lol. No fun getting food poisoning from your own bbq.
Jeep kid
Jeep kid 3 महीने पहले
... as I’m currently using the same tongs for my chicken .
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Haha, it happens. When I can't find my second tongs I just use my hands to drop in the meat on the grill and just use my long tongs for touching meat that's on the hot grill.
xplosivejosif
xplosivejosif 3 महीने पहले
Very informative! Thanks
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Thanks for the feedback!
birminghammanuk
birminghammanuk 3 महीने पहले
Very useful video, many thanks
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Thanks to you for that feedback! Happy grilling!
kleenk8
kleenk8 3 महीने पहले
Excellent...going to grill tonight with my Weber!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Sometimes I grill at night too, but I regret making roasts or ribs at night cause sometimes I didn't eat till 1am, haha.
Hootie
Hootie 3 महीने पहले
Beginner here, just ordered the weber 22" premium. The first tip you say don't use lighter fluid, is there a reason why? I think I'll get one of the chimneys anyway but I was just curious. A buddy of mine who's been using weber charcoal grills for a long time uses lighter fluid.
Hootie
Hootie 3 महीने पहले
@Miguel Chavez sounds good, thanks!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Congratulations on your purchase! Aside from the fact that its easier to light your coals with the chimney, I've seen competition bbq videos where the judges can tell when there was lighter fluid used, meaning the chemicals end up on your food. I'd say try it both ways and use whatever method is most desirable to you.
WF Hallbrook
WF Hallbrook 3 महीने पहले
Dude, you remind me of my boys I used to hang with in Cali.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Awesome! You used to live in Cali? What state do you live in now? I've only lived in SoCal all my life.
Abu Ahmed
Abu Ahmed 3 महीने पहले
Bro I think that was an excellent tip you gave on how to control the temperature on the grill that's the most difficult part to understand but you did an excellent job explaining it
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Thanks! It took me a while to learn that I can control the temps using the vents. What I still have a challenge doing is low and slow using this kettle grill. I've see n the BBQ pit boys talk about bringing temps down to 250F but I still haven't mastered doing that. When I do ribs I use the water pan and less coals but still don't have a method that I can teach to others yet.
cemeteryman1000
cemeteryman1000 3 महीने पहले
No wire brushes
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
What do you recommend in place of wire brushes?
John Smith
John Smith 3 महीने पहले
webers are not made as good as they once where !!!!!!!!!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
That's interesting. I haven't been using them long enough to know that but I'll keep that in mind. I did notice some things about the Weber grill that could be slightly improved, it's not a perfect product.
Kammakay
Kammakay 3 महीने पहले
After burning our dinner to a crisp on the grill yesterday I had to come here. Very informative. Thank you!
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Sorry to hear about the crispy dinner! It happens when you're starting. Don't get discouraged though, I've been there myself. Cheers to better grilling days for you!
Darrein Robinson
Darrein Robinson 3 महीने पहले
Dig it
Stephen Arseneau
Stephen Arseneau 3 महीने पहले
Thank you fir the tips. That two zone method works well.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
You're welcome! Yes, it works great and adds that smoky experience to your food.
Ramsey Atuatasi
Ramsey Atuatasi 3 महीने पहले
I feel like after he's done recording he's going to have back problems from bending down.
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
Modern technology has messed up my posture due to always looking down at screens, haha. iPosture.
Elliott Reddog
Elliott Reddog 3 महीने पहले
Sensational Dudee! Nice low key Thanks
D. S
D. S 3 महीने पहले
very good video for the trainees. The long cylindrical style grill is ultimate for the two zone technique. And while your at it, get one with the side fire box, for smoking. Good price on a "Char Griller". Fun fact: I have made the best Texas Style smoked ribs on a table top grill (believe it or not), while camping. Dual zone cooking, sneaking in wood chips, on the side, and smoking for 5 hours. Weber grills are nice (for beginners)
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
I have never used the cylindrical grill, but one day I will. I've smoked ribs using my Weber, I love it. I haven't done it in a while, looking forward to making ribs again.
Nuttymeemps
Nuttymeemps 3 महीने पहले
Nothing tastes better than a good grill & bbq. Add some cold beer and corn on the cob = paradise! 😄
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
You're making me hungry now! haha. You're right on point though, its like a slice of heaven.
Mimontreal
Mimontreal 3 महीने पहले
Great tips Miguel! Learned a lot from it, the only thing missing around here now is ......... a barbecue :-)
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
You're welcome! For awesome recipes check out the BBQ Pit Boys youtube channel.
Tim Duenas
Tim Duenas 3 महीने पहले
How many charcoal briquettes to use 😭
Tim Duenas
Tim Duenas 3 महीने पहले
@Miguel Chavez OK 3/4 filled up then. ..thx buddy
Miguel Chavez
Miguel Chavez 3 महीने पहले
You could fill it about half, 3/4ths or full. It depends on how long you expect to be grilling. Generally I fill it about 3/4ths. If I have a large roast like pork shoulder or full size turkey..I'm going full chimney cause its going to be several hrs of cook time. Over time you'll get a feel for how many to use. You can reuse whatever coals are leftover, just leave them in there after you close the vents when you're done grilling. Next time you grill, dust off the old coals and put your new hot coals over them.
Tim Duenas
Tim Duenas 3 महीने पहले
Okay I'm going to bye a chimney starter today thanks for the advice, I'm a beginner 😨
brady catlett
brady catlett 3 महीने पहले
Tim Duenas Fill the chimney about 3/4ths of the way full. That should be enough!
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