Broil King Rotisserie Kit 60508

(Broil King 60508)

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Broil King Rotisserie Kit 60508

Broil King Rotisserie Kit 60508

39.5? universal rotisserie kit includes a battery operated motor (2 “D” cell batteries not included), heavy duty spit forks, counter balancing kit, spit rod, and universal / OEM brackets for Broil King®, Broil Mate™, Sterling® and GrillPro® grills. The spit rod consists of a 33.5? spit rod with additional 6? extension if necessar

Battery Powered Universal Rotisserie Kit

Spit Rod is one section at 100cm with an optional 15.2cm extension if required
1 set of 4 Prong Spit Forks
Counter Balancing Weight
Universal /OEM brackets
2 x D Cell Batteries Requiered (not included)

USING THE REAR ROTISSERIE BURNER
ARRANGING THE GRILL
1. Remove cooking grids and warming racks from barbecue if necessary
2. Centre a drip pan under the rotisserie, positioning it so it will be beneath the centre of the roast
3. Preheat the barbecue with rotisserie burner on MEDIUM HIGH for 10 minutes
PLACING THE MEAT ON THE SPIT ROD
1. Slide one of the skewer forks onto the rod and tighten it securely
2. Insert the spit rod lengthwise into the centre of the roast securing it in place with the remaining fork
3. Tighten the fork securely
TESTING THAT THE MEAT IS EVENLY BALANCED ON THE SPIT
1. Loosen the spit balance
2. Lay the rod over the sink, allowing the heavier side of the roast to rotate to the bottom
3. Adjust the balance to the highest point to counterbalance the weight, and tighten the rod handle
4. Insert the spit rod into the rotisserie motor and turn rotisserie motor on
5. Check to see if the meat turns smoothly while cooking and adjust the balance as necessary
Note: Never let the drip pan run dry as it may cause a flash fire. Keep a pitcher of hot water handy and when the water is running low, carefully refill the drip pan with hot water, using an oven mitt to protect your hand from steam burns.

USING THE ROTISSERIE WITH THE MAIN BURNERS
ARRANGING THE GRILL
1. Remove cooking grids and warming racks from barbecue
2. Preheat the barbecue with all burners on MEDIUM for 10 minutes
3. Turn off center burner(s)
4. Centre a drip pan under the rotisserie, positioning it so it will be beneath the centre of the roast
5. Fill the drip pan to 1? from the top with water, wine or juice and any herbs that might complement the flavours
PLACING THE MEAT ON THE SPIT ROD
1. Slide one of the skewer forks onto the rod and tighten it securely
2. Insert the spit rod lengthwise into the centre of the roast securing it in place with the remaining fork
3. Tighten the fork securely
TESTING THAT THE MEAT IS EVENLY BALANCED ON THE SPIT
1. Loosen the spit balance
2. Lay the rod over the sink, allowing the heavier side of the roast to rotate to the bottom
3. Adjust the balance to the highest point to counterbalance the weight, and tighten the rod handle
4. Insert the spit rod into the rotisserie motor and turn rotisserie motor on
5. Check to see if the meat turns smoothly while cooking and adjust the balance as necessary
Note: Never let the drip pan run dry as it may cause a flash fire. Keep a pitcher of hot water handy and when the water is running low, carefully refill the drip pan with hot water, using an oven mitt to protect your hand from steam burns.
  • Part Number: 60508
  • Barcode: 060162505086
  • Shipping Weight (kg): 4
  • Catagory: Broil King > Barbecue > Broil King Rotisserie Kit 60508
  • Price Each: £ 53.99
Read the Broil King Rotisserie Kit 60508 Reviews (Overall Rating: 10 out of 10)

Completes the BBQ  -  Meat roasts, chickens, turkeys, this rotisserie handles them all, the result is meat so moist you'll not want to roast in the oven again. Ample power and good battery life, no need to mess with electric extension cables. Best bit of BBQ kit I ever bought.
(04/10/2016) Stephen Henderson - Beverley, E. Yorks.
Excellent piece of kit  -  This rotisserie is the Rolls Royce of rotisserie's the strong motor and sturdy construction is superb. I bought it to fit on my Broil King Barbie. The counterbalance on the spit stops excess movement and uneven cooking. Beware when fitting as it comes with several bracket types.
(17/12/2015) A Customer -
MAKE SURE YOU READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!  -  Had a neighbour with me in when it arrive and he insisted that we put it together there and then. After drilling 2 holes in the BBQ things didn't look right. He then left for me to deal with the Heath Robinson set up! I turn the instructions over and he-presto, 2 screws and works perfectly.
(28/04/2015) Col. - St.Neots
An excellent accessory  -  This is the best rotisserie I was able to find. Perfect one piece spit which is very important - roasted the largest leg of lamb I could buy during 'Bertha' at the weekend - nothing stops me bbq'ing!! The rotisserie just 'purred' through the deluge!
(14/08/2014) Mark Braddock - Swindon
Very pleased  -  The delivery was very fast and I have used it with great success to cook a joint of pork and a chicken. Both turned out just as I wanted and the first pair of batteries are still working. Great rotisserie.
(23/06/2014) D Jones - Bedford
Very well made and does the job perfectly  -  Typical high quality equipment from Barbeque Genius/Broil King and worked perfectly. Was a bit worried about battery life but ran for 2 hours without running down the batteries. However, contrary to the advert, you can connect a AC -DC 3 volt adapter as there's a socket on the side for one.
(30/05/2013) David Clarke - Barnet
"Roast Turkey - Rotisserie Method"
Ingredients

Since the rotisserie is operated by electricity, do not use it during rainy or snowy weather. Remember to use a drip pan. Position the pan beneath centre of food. Put half to one inch of water in the drip pan and add cranapple or pineapple juice for added flavour. Do not let drip pan burn dry.
Directions

Lay turkey, breast side down, and stuff. Bring neck skin up over neck cavity. Turn under edges of skin; skewer to back skin. Loop twine around skewer and tie. Turn breast side up. Tie or skewer wings to body. It is important to securely tie the turkey.

Put spit fork on rod. Insert rod in neck skin parallel to backbone; bring it out just above tail. Put a second fork on rod. Insert forks in breast and tail area. Test for balance. Tighten screws. Tie tail to rod with twine. Cross legs; tie to tail.

Test for balance/Spit Balancer. Loosen the rod handle to allow the balancer to turn freely. Set the rotisserie rod in the slots of the grill casting. Let the heaviest side of the meat rotate to the bottom. Adjust the balancer to the top of the rod, opposite the heaviest side of the meat. Tighten the rod handle. Periodically, check to see if the meat turns smoothly while cooking. Adjust the balancer as necessary.

NOTE: If your grill is equipped with a rear rotisserie burner, do not operate main burner when rear burner is in use