The Bincho Grill®
Yakitori is a traditional Japanese dish that consists of skewered and grilled chicken. The word "yakitori" means "grilled chicken" in Japanese, and the dish has been a popular street food in Japan for many years.
Yakitori is typically made using small pieces of chicken that are skewered and grilled over high heat, usually using Binchotan charcoal. Binchotan is a type of high-quality charcoal made from oak wood, and is prized for its ability to burn hot and clean, without imparting any unpleasant flavors to the food.
In addition to chicken, yakitori can also be made using other ingredients, such as vegetables, seafood, and beef. The skewered ingredients are often seasoned with a variety of sauces and spices, such as soy sauce, sake, mirin, and ginger.
Yakitori is typically served as a snack or appetizer, and is often accompanied by a cold beer or sake. In Japan, there are many yakitori restaurants that specialize in this dish, and it is often served in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.
Yakitori has become increasingly popular in other parts of the world in recent years, as more people have discovered the unique flavors and textures of this traditional Japanese dish. Today, there are many restaurants and food trucks that specialize in yakitori, and it is a favorite among foodies and adventurous eaters alike.
The perfect idea for backyard family and friends gatherings while enjoying the experience of "cooking your own food" as everyone can interact with his/hers cut of meat or fish. Just like you do in many Korean BBQ restaurants, now you can bring it home and use it as Japanese chefs do in Japan and in Japanese Robata and sushi restaurants around the world.
You can use The Bincho Grill with your favorite type of charcoal or the Binchotan charocal that is mostly use by Japanese chefs.
It's fun, it's interactive, it's enjoyable.
Robata style for restaurants, catering and home. Gather around the table and grill Japanese style together!
Grilling yakitori using binchotan charcoal is a popular cooking method in Japan and is becoming increasingly popular around the world. Yakitori is a type of skewered and grilled chicken that is marinated in a sweet and savory sauce and is often served as a street food or at small, informal restaurants.
Binchotan charcoal is particularly well-suited for grilling yakitori because of its high heat output, long burning time, and the fact that it burns cleanly without producing any harmful fumes or smoke. Additionally, the charcoal's porous nature helps to regulate the temperature of the grill, ensuring that the chicken is cooked evenly and thoroughly.
To grill yakitori using binchotan charcoal, you'll need to start by preparing the marinade and soaking the chicken skewers. Then, you'll light the charcoal and allow it to burn until it's covered in a thin layer of ash. Place the skewers on the grill, and cook the chicken over medium-high heat, turning frequently, until it's cooked through and golden brown on the outside. Finally, baste the chicken with the marinade and continue grilling for another minute or two, until the sauce is caramelized and slightly charred.
Grilling yakitori using binchotan charcoal is a flavorful and healthy way to enjoy this traditional Japanese dish, and it's a great option for outdoor gatherings or for anyone who enjoys cooking over live fire.
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Really enjoyed using the grill for chicken, meat & fish skewers. Found using flat skewers were better to stop them rolling around.
It's a little gem for those who are into the world of yakitori. It works wonderfully on a table and can withstand the super high heat from the burning flame of hardwood charcoal. The double wall construction keeps the surrounding cool enough that your tare container nearby doesn't get warm.
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