How to BBQ our products August 3, 2017 08:00

One of the great things about Linda McCartney burgers and sausages is they stand up extremely well to barbecuing. Learn how to get the best out of them with this how-to guide.

Veggie burgers

Vegetarian Burgers
Vegetarian 1/4lb Burgers
Vegetarian Mushroom & Spinach Burgers
Vegetarian Pulled Pork Burgers

Heat the grill and make sure the metal is extremely hot before adding your food. Brush the burgers generously with a high-heat cooking oil (such as sunflower oil or coconut oil) and cook over medium heat (move the burgers to a cooler part of the barbecue if necessary), turning once.

Try not to cook the burgers on very high heat, as the outside will burn and dry out before the middle is cooked through.

The Vegetarian Pulled Pork Burgers are a little more sticky, due to the lovely caramelized seasonings, so brush with oil first and make sure the grill is very hot before adding the products – this will sear them a little and help prevent them sticking.

Top tip! Mary McCartney wraps our burgers in foil before cooking, opening up for the last five minutes, to keep them nice and juicy!

Sausages

Vegetarian Sausages
Vegetarian Chorizo & Red Pepper Sausages
Vegetarian Red Onion & Rosemary Sausages

Heat the grill and make sure the metal is extremely hot before adding your food. Brush the sausages generously with a high-heat cooking oil (such as sunflower oil or coconut oil) and cook over medium heat (move the sausages to a cooler part of the barbecue if necessary), turning frequently.

Try not to cook the sausages on very high heat, as the outside will burn and dry out before the middle is cooked through.

Things to brush on for extra flavour

Butter
Mustard
Sriracha chilli sauce
BBQ sauce

Get more brilliant vegetarian and vegan barbecue ideas.

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