Heat Beads® 10kg Coconut Shell Charcoal BBQ Briquettes
Open lid and, using a tool, lift the grill plate off to access the charcoal chamber.
Using a chimney, pour your lit charcoal briquettes into the chamber. (You'll want to use half to a full chimney depending on the amount you are cooking.)
Place your grill plate back on. For grilling, just let your plates come up to temperature and you're ready to go.
You can control the heat levels through your cook using the vents on the top and bottom of the unit. Open the vents to increase airflow and temperature. Close to reduce and completely shut to extinguish.
Ready to get started barbecuing or smoking your favourite food? Check out some our recipes and ideas to get you started. Or, take a look at our great range of barbecues and smokers and you'll be cooking in no time!
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