Weber Midi Q2200 Black Barbecue with Leg Stand

(Weber 54010374)
Weber Midi Q2200 Black Barbecue with Leg Stand


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Weber Midi Q2200 Black Barbecue with Leg Stand

The Weber Q2200 Black Line is a superb barbecue that is big enough to cook food for a whole family. Rolling permanent cart with Cast aluminium lid and body with drip ducts. Enamelled cast iron cooking grate. Folding work tables with tool holders, built in carry handles, Tall lid profile with built-in thermometer with electronic ignition & infinite control burner valve. Heat resistant, glass-reinforced nylon leg stand.

• Leg Stand
• 5 Year warranty
• Stainless steel burner
• 12000 BTU per hour input (3.51kW/h)
• Cooking area: 280inch 2 /1806cm 2
• Removable drip tray
• Weber instruction manual and recipes
  • Part Number: 54010374
  • Barcode: 077924025112
  • Shipping Weight (kg): 30
  • Main Cooking Area: 39cm x 54cm
  • Catagory: Weber > Barbecue > Gas > Weber Midi Q2200 Black Barbecue with Leg Stand
  • Price Each: £ 379.99
"Grilled Smoked Salmon Wraps"

8 soft flour tortillas
225g thinly sliced smoked salmon
8 fresh dill sprigs + garnish
Vegetable oil, for brushing
Lemon wedges
For the filling:
175g cream cheese
1 small red onion
1 tsp lemon juice
1 tsp black pepper

Must have accessory: Weber® Non-Stick Spray

Prepare the filling: in a small bowl mix all the ingredients until evenly combined.
To make the roll-ups lay each tortilla on a clean work surface. Spread a thin even layer of the filling over the top, and then place a piece of smoked salmon on top. Put a sprig of dill on the centre of the salmon. Roll up the tortilla.
Working with two roll-ups at a time, pierce one pre-soaked skewer through one and then the other roll-up, 5cm from the ends. Repeat on the other side. Continue with the other three parts.
Brush the roll-ups lightly with oil. Place each set of roll-ups on your barbecue over direct medium heat, for just long enough to warm and score the tortilla, approx. 4 minutes, turning once halfway through the cooking time.
To serve, carefully remove the skewers. Slice into halves or thirds and arrange on a platter and garnish with dill and lemon wedges