COBB COOKER - any tips or recipes

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COBB COOKER - any tips or recipes

Unread post by budgie913 » March 30th, 2013, 8:11 pm

G'Day all,

Well I just bought a Cobb Premier cooker.

I have had one years ago but got rid of it.

Well am married now with 4 kids so doing a roast or pizzas on the cobb is a good option.

Does anyone out there have a Cobb and have any good tips or recipes.


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Re: COBB COOKER - any tips or recipes

Unread post by shakes » February 4th, 2014, 5:55 pm

no good recipes as such.
roast lamb - 7beads and aprox 1.5-2hours for a 2kg leg. If your in a group, shave it, fry with a little chilli and lemon and set on a table with salad stuffs, hommus etc to make 'souva's'

Screaming seeds spice mix. - paella is seriously awesome. aborio rice, heap of seafood or just chicken and chorizo, peas/corn get creative.

Whole chook, can of solo up the bum, and aprox 45mins - 1hr with 6-7 beads.

tandoori paste on a heap of various vegies/meat.

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Re: COBB COOKER - any tips or recipes

Unread post by HDJ_Matt » June 8th, 2014, 10:39 pm

Love my Cobb!
I think I eat better when im camping than at home :D
I usually use a butterfly chickens or lamb and rosemary form Woolworths then roast some veggies.
I like to put the veggies in the well part to crisp them up nicely. To stop them from sitting in all the juice and going soggy I twist some foil up and put it in there first so the veggies sit on that.
With the left over lamb I make pizza the next day. I use a premade plain pizza base then add what I want, cut the lamb up and throw it in the Cobb

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Re: COBB COOKER - any tips or recipes

Unread post by Harb » June 9th, 2014, 8:38 am

Baked dinner in the cobb.........I could eat one now mmmmmm

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