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My new outdoor gas burner...
« on: July 25, 2017, 07:52 PM »
hHi guys sorry haven't been on for a while...Bought this a few months back.......The video itself is not a video tutorial on how to make a curry so it's pretty vague...There are captions just to let people know the list of ingredients...It's merely for demonstration purposes only.....I'm not sure if I should be posting this topic in this section...I apologise for any typing errors in the  video ... Enjoy... Boaby

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGQj1aFhRoI

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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2017, 08:05 PM »
I can certainly see the advantage of cooking outside (no mess in the kitchen, for a start).  I am intrigued, tho',  by the fact that after adding the 300ml of base, you seemed to cook on a very low heat for not very long.  What sort of reduction did you achieve (i.e., of the 300ml, how many ml remained in the final sauce, approximately ?).

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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2017, 08:57 PM »
The portion size was two people..There were long periods when I cooked on high heat to reduce...The video is only 5 minutes long after editing but actually took roughly 30 minutes ..The chicken was on the bone so I needed that length of time to extract the marrow from the bones giving it more flavour...I'm not sure if they serve this dish in a takeaway because of the length of time it takes   ....My intentions was not to post a recipe but merely to show of my new toy.....There's not enough detail on cooking times etc to post it as such....All I can say is because of the high heat etc it tasted a 100 times better than a conventional hob and as you said no mess....Thanks Phill..Boaby...
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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2017, 11:25 AM »
My intentions was not to post a recipe but merely to show of my new toy.....

Can you provide a link to the gas burner you are using, please? It looks excellent, as does the curry.


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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #4 on: July 27, 2017, 07:45 PM »
Thanks George  This is the linkhttps://www.amazon.com/Eastman-Outdoors-Portable-Adjustable-Removable/dp/B003GISCDK...

.I ordered it from Amazon USA ...They ship to the UK..  There is a similar UK version with a smaller BTU ..It looks the exact same ..I had read so many good reviews on the USA version I had to have one....It comes with a USA high pressure propane regulator and does not fit UK propane calor bottles so i had to change to the high pressure UK regulator..Takes minutes to change over...It has to be high pressure for it to work properly....It's  powerful and takes a bit getting use too...Took me a while to master it but i think I'm just about there....Ive cooked loads of Chinese..The results are the exact same a takeaway, same when I cook Indian.....The heat can be controlled from high to low until your up to speed. Bellow is a video trying it out for the first time ...Alex

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxDcKNQsp2g

This also link to me cooking Chinese. ....http://www.curry-recipes.co.uk/curry/index.php?topic=14734.0
I didn't want to post it on this page because it is not Indian....
« Last Edit: July 27, 2017, 08:11 PM by bigboaby1 »

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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2017, 10:28 PM »
This is the link https://www.amazon.com/Eastman-Outdoors-Portable-Adjustable-Removable/dp/B003GISCDK
I ordered it from Amazon USA ...They ship to the UK..

Many thanks, I'm very tempted to order one too because I doubt if Chinese and Indian restaurants use burners which produce more heat than yours, The flame size and flambe effect on your videos are amazing. 

Can you pre-pay duty or VAT on amazon, like one can do on eBay? Or did you just take a chance and avoid any extra import-related charges?

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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #6 on: July 28, 2017, 04:42 PM »
Looks really good and great fun B
How much was the final cost of this 19.05Kw burner
and how stable are the tripod legs, as its my only reservation
as people allways walk into tripods.


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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #7 on: August 01, 2017, 02:22 PM »
Hi Chewy,i've never had an issues with the legs and they can also be shortened. I have mine permantly affixed  to the decking in the corner of my garden out of harms way..Each leg has two small holes at the bottom to insert screws   There's not a lot too the burner itself Three legs and your cooking area..It weighs 12.4 pounds but I've increased this by removing the top brackets and replacing it with a heavy wok ring...This was always my intension before I even bought the burner...My mates a welder and made me one free gratis but this is optional ..There are 142 reviews online I've read them all hence the reason for me having one   Thanks Chewy

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Re: My new outdoor gas burner...
« Reply #8 on: August 01, 2017, 07:15 PM »
Hi Chewy,i've never had an issues with the legs and they can also be shortened. I have mine permantly affixed  to the decking in the corner of my garden out of harms way..Each leg has two small holes at the bottom to insert screws   There's not a lot too the burner itself Three legs and your cooking area..It weighs 12.4 pounds but I've increased this by removing the top brackets and replacing it with a heavy wok ring...This was always my intension before I even bought the burner...My mates a welder and made me one free gratis but this is optional ..There are 142 reviews online I've read them all hence the reason for me having one   Thanks Chewy....

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