La Caja China is one of the best BBQ grills in the market today. This box allows you to cook any type of meat conveniently and deliciously. With its easy to assemble instructions and step by step cooking method, even a newbie would be able to roast in this box easily.
BBQ Grills and Accessories
Aside from the Caja China bbq grill, you will also be needing some charcoal, preferably Kingsford, because it lights faster, burns even and lasts longer. While cooking, you need gloves ($9.99) to be able to protect your hands and avoid getting injured. However, the most important add on for this barbecue grilling box is the wired meat thermometer. ($29.99) With this, there will be no more guessing and you will know when your meat is done.
Using this grilling accessory gives you control on the temperature of the meat. When roasting a pig, you just have to connect that probe of the wire meat thermometer into the ham of the pig. After doing so, add charcoal around seven to eight pounds of charcoal every hour until you reach 187 degrees.
Then, you can open the box for the first time and dispose of the ashes to crispy the skin, so this way it’s foolproof. You can now carefully shake the ashes off the coals on to the grill pan.
Quality Barbecue Grilling Accessories
If your roasting box will be placed outdoors, you will be needing a heavy duty vinyl cover ($35.00). This fits perfectly on your roaster to protect it from dust and water.
Another highly recommended add on accessory is our Top grill ($34.99). This becomes really handy and convenient to allow you to grill burgers, sausages, vegetables and other appetizers while waiting for your meat to be cooked.
When you are done roasting, make sure to get rid of the ashes you have used. With our metal ash disposal system ($89.99), you dispose ashes safely and conveniently. This is easily done by dropping it in the ash bin with the grid inside the box.
“Well, we highly recommend getting a wire meat thermometer. With a wire meat thermometer you always have control and know exactly the temperature of your meat which is very important. That said, having a wire meat thermometer for example when you are roasting a pig, you will connect that probe of the wire meat thermometer into the ham of the pig, and you will just add charcoal, seven to eight pounds of charcoal every hour until you reach 187. At that time it’s when you open the box for the first time and dispose of the ashes to crispy the skin, so this way it’s really like a foolproof. You’re just adding charcoal every hour until you reach you know, the desired temperature. Also a cover, if your box is going to be sitting outside, you definitely will need a cover.
The top grill to me comes very handy because you already have that charcoal going on top of the box and you’re cooking inside, use it to do stuff on the top. Just like a regular grill do burgers or hot dogs or vegetables, and also the new ash disposal system. With the ash disposal system it makes it easier to dispose of the ashes. That way you don’t burn the grass and don’t have to worry about, you know, putting water over so it doesn’t burn anyone. With the ash disposal system, disposing of the ashes is a, it’s a matter of just dropping it in the ash bin with the grid inside the box, flipping the pig, or any other meat, and once you’re ready just bringing out the grid and you keep the old pan with the ash inside and just close it down, so that makes it real, real easy.”