Weber Q1200

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Weber Baby Q1200 Black Portable BBQ with Stand


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Weber Baby Q1200 Black Portable BBQ with Stand

The Weber Baby Q1200 Black Line is a superb barbecue that is big enough to cook food for a whole family. 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 frame.

• 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: 51010374
  • Barcode: 077924025280
  • Shipping Weight (kg): 20
  • Main Cooking Area: 39cm x 54cm
  • Catagory: Weber > Barbecue > Gas > Weber Baby Q1200 Black Portable BBQ with Stand
  • Price Each: £ 389.99
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"Mulled Wine Soaked Figs with Goats Cheese and Parma Ham"
Ingredients:

1 bottle of red wine, Carmenere
200ml water
1 orange, finely sliced
2 sachets of mulled wine spice mix
9 fresh figs
225g crumbly goat’s cheese
140g Parma ham
Salt and black pepper to season

Must have accessory: Weber® Style™ Grill Pan
Method:

Place the red wine, water, orange and spice sachets into a large container. Take the figs and slice into quarters, without cutting all the way through. Submerge the figs in the mulled wine mix and leave for 1 hour to soak.
Set up your gas or charcoal barbecue for roasting (indirect) at a medium heat (180°C).
Remove the figs and place onto a Weber® Style™ Grill Tray. Crumble the goat’s cheese over
each fig and wrap with a slice of Parma ham.
Roast for 10-15 minutes, or until the figs have softened and the goat’s cheese has melted.
Meanwhile place the mulled wine mix into a saucepan and simmer for 10 minutes to reduce and thicken slightly. Add light brown sugar to sweeten, if desired.
Serve the figs with baby salad leaves and a drizzle of the mulled wine reduction