Mouthwatering and made in minutes, it's time to fire up the barbecue

 

1. Watermelon crush

Add a bit of carnival-style fun to a barbecue or garden party with this refreshing drink served in a watermelon. This recipe is for a mocktail, but it's easily adapted to make something a bit more punchy!

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Watermelon crush

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2. Chilli-lime barbecued sweetcorn

Barbecued corn on the cob is great on its own, but even better with chilli butter melted over and a squeeze of lime.

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Chilli-lime barbecued sweetcorn

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3. Passion fruit mousse

This is known in Brazil as mousse de maracujá. The condensed milk and cream make it very sweet, with the passion fruit giving it a pleasing tang.

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Passion fruit mousse

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4. Coconut and black pepper prawns with mango salsa

These barbecued prawns with coconut and black pepper taste fantastic, especially with a mango, chilli and mint salsa.

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Coconut and black pepper prawns with mango salsa

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5. Barbecued bacon and rosemary popcorn

How's this for starters - barbecued popcorn! And why not? This is a brilliant way to make sure your guests have something to nibble on while you cook the main course.

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Barbecued bacon and rosemary popcorn

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6. Ultimate barbecued steak sarnie

Served on ciabatta with a zingy salsa, this steak sandwich with is bursting with fresh, tangy flavours.

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Ultimate barbecued steak sarnie

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7. Barbecued lamb kebabs

Cook these minty lamb kebabs on the barbecue or under the grill and serve in warm pitta pockets.

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Barbecued lamb kebabs

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8. Thai chicken drumsticks

Rachel Allen's tender Thai-inspired chicken drumsticks makes a great dish to cook for a weekend barbecue. Marinate the meat overnight for the best results.

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Thai chicken drumsticks

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