BBQ Cooking Charcoal

 

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Chunky Charcoal

 

A Premium Product (Used in Tandoori Style Ovens in Indian Restaurants)

 Chunky Charcoal is charcoal pieces bigger than 7 centimetres. This product is an excellent source of long burning heat. It may be used for cooking or warmth in a brazier, fireplace or internal heating stove, or when camping as a fuel source for an open fire. This product is currently used in Tandoori style ovens in Indian Restaurants.

 Key Features:

  • Large and easy to handle with individual charcoal pieces being larger than 7 centimetres. Please note that some smaller pieces may be found in the bag due to breakages during transport.

  • Clear burning - no smoke.

  • Easy to light

  • Light weight (lighter than wood).

  • Long burning (burning four(4) times longer than wood).

  • Even heat - perfect for cooking. (Caution - good ventilation must always be provided when burning charcoal in an enclosed space or room. Never touch white ash with your hands as often red hot coals are hidden within it). 

IMPORTANT NOTE

  1.  Never use charcoal in a gas or electric oven or stove.

  2. Keep children clear of both charcoal fires and ash.  

  3. Charcoal fires and ash can be extinguished using water.

Available in 10kg and 20kg Bags 

 

 

 

 BBQ Charcoal

 

(Perfect for BBQ‘s and many forms of traditional style cooking)

BBQ Charcoal is perfect for BBQ‘s and many forms of traditional style cooking as well as open fireplaces and other forms of fire heating. The pieces of charcoal are sized at an average of between 1- 7 centimetres long, althoughsmaller pieces can occur as a result of transporting the product. This product is used in Charcoal Chicken shops around Australia as a traditional method of cooking.

Key Features:

  • Clear burning - no smoke.

  • Easy to light.Light weight (lighter than wood).

  • Long burning (burning four times longer than wood).

  • Even heat - perfect for cooking.

IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER

  1. good ventilation must always be provided when burning charcoal in an enclosed space or room.

  2. Never touch white ash with your hands as often red hot coals are hidden within it.)

  3. Never use charcoal in a gas or electric oven or stove.

  4. Keep children clear of both charcoal fires and ash.Charcoal fires and ash can be extinguished using water

Available in 20 Kg Bags

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