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Outdoor cooking

65 items total
Kerosene lamp HK50, chrome plated brass, Petromax PET700013
Charcoal table grill ATAGO, Petromax
271 €
PET701218
Grill plate over open fire FS56 56 cm, Petromax PET701683
Grill plate FS48 48 cm, Petromax
111 €
PET701720
Outdoor roasting pan K8 4,95 l, Petromax PET707135
Outdoor cooking pot FT6 7 l, cast iron, Petromax PET701478
Outdoor cooking pot FT4.5 4,5 l, cast iron, Petromax PET730669
Grill plate over open fire FS38 38 cm, Petromax PET701560
Tripod for cooking over fire, Petromax PET701256
Outdoor bread pan K4 3 l, cast iron, Petromax PET701607
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Outdoor cooking – grilling, smoking, and roasting

What does outdoor cooking mean?

Are you fed up with eating the same old boring cuisine in your kitchen? Do you like to spice up your meals with some thrill and adventure? Then it's time to put your cooking skills to the test in the great outdoors!

There's no better way to cook than with the wind in your hair, the sun on your face, and the aroma of sizzling meat in the air. And, let's be honest, everything tastes better when it's cooked outside.

So grab your apron, fire up the grill, and begin cooking, whether you're a seasoned veteran or a newcomer to outdoor cooking. Petromax's outdoor cooking essentials, as seen on Kulina’s website, are the finest companions for this adventure.

Outdoor cooking encompasses a wide range of methods and techniques for preparing food in an outdoor setting. Here are some of the main types of outdoor cooking:

  • Barbecuing: Barbecuing is a slow-cooking method that involves cooking food over low, indirect heat for an extended period. It's often associated with smoking and uses wood or charcoal for flavour. Barbecue dishes can include ribs, pulled pork, brisket, and more. See the grills in our offer for many grilling options.

  • Smoking: Smoking involves cooking food using smoke from burning wood chips or chunks. It's a slow-cooking method that imparts a unique smoky flavour to the food. Smoking can be done using a smoker, smokehouse, or even a grill with a smoker box.

  • Campfire Cooking: Campfire cooking is a traditional method where food is prepared over an open campfire. Techniques can include roasting food on skewers, wrapping items in foil and cooking in the coals, or using cast iron cookware directly on the fire. Here you will find a selection of accessories that will make cooking over open fire possible, attractive and stylish.

  • Dutch Oven Cooking: Dutch oven cooking involves using a heavy cast iron pot with a lid, called a Dutch oven, to cook food over an open flame or coals. It's versatile and suitable for a wide range of dishes, from stews to baked goods. In Kulina you will find famous dutch oven pots by Petromax brand.

  • Rotisserie Cooking: Rotisserie cooking involves skewering meat on a rotisserie spit and slowly cooking it over an open flame or heat source. The rotating motion helps evenly cook and self-baste the meat.

  • Outdoor Stove or Burner Cooking: Portable outdoor stoves or burners are commonly used for camping and outdoor cooking. These stoves are fueled by propane or other fuels and can accommodate various cooking techniques, from boiling and frying to sautéing.

  • Picnic and Portable Grills: Portable grills are designed for picnics, tailgating, and other on-the-go cooking situations. They come in various sizes and fuel types, such as charcoal, gas, and electric.

  • Wood-Fired Ovens: Wood-fired ovens are outdoor structures designed for baking pizzas, bread, and other dishes. These ovens use wood as a heat source and can reach high temperatures for quick and even cooking. If you feel like taking the grill with you to the beach or lake, check the offer by LotusGrill.

Each type of outdoor cooking method offers its own unique experience and flavour profile, allowing you to explore a variety of culinary techniques and create delicious meals in an outdoor setting.

What are the benefits of outdoor cooking?

Outdoor cooking has many advantages, including:

  • Cooking and dining outside could be a joyful and memorable experience that will help you connect with nature and cherish the great outdoors.
  • Outdoor cooking also allows you to use a wider range of cooking techniques, such as grilling, smoking, and campfire cooking, that you might not be able to do indoors.
  • Cooking outside can give bigger room for bigger parties or family events, making it easier to prepare and serve meals for everybody.
  • When compared to using an inside oven or stove, using outdoor cooking equipment can help you save money on energy expenditures.