10 (American)

List by: ClaudioRoman, created: 17 May 2020, updated: 17 May 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

List of Essential Barbecue Dishes in America

1. Cornbread

(American)

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2. Coleslaw

Slaw, Cole Slaw (Dutch) (-Worldwide-)

Coleslaw, also known as cole slaw or simply slaw, is a side dish consisting primarily of finely shredded raw cabbage with a salad dressing, commonly either vinaigrette or mayonnaise. Coleslaw prepared with vinaigrette may benefit from the long lifespan granted by pickling. Wikipedia

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3. Bbq

barbecue grill (American)

Barbecue (informally barbeque, BBQ or barby/barbies) is both a cooking method and an apparatus. The generally accepted differences between barbecuing and grilling are cooking durations and the types of heat used. Grilling is generally done quickly over moderate-to-high direct heat that produces little smoke, while barbecuing is done slowly over low, indirect heat and the food is flavored by the smoking process. The word barbecue when used as a noun can refer to the cooking method, the meat cooked in this way, the cooking apparatus (the "barbecue grill" or simply "barbecue"), or to an event where this style of food …

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4. Brisket

(American)

Brisket is a cut of meat from the breast or lower chest of beef or veal. The beef brisket is one of the nine beef primal cuts, though the precise definition of the cut differs internationally. The brisket muscles include the superficial and deep pectorals. As cattle do not have collar bones, these muscles support about 60% of the body weight of standing/moving cattle. This requires a significant amount of connective tissue, so the resulting meat must be cooked correctly to tenderize the connective tissue.

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5. Pulled Pork

(American) (American-Southern)

Pulled pork is an American barbecue dish, more specifically a dish of the Southern U.S., based on shredded barbecued pork shoulder. It is prototypically slow-smoked over wood; indoor variations use a slow cooker. The meat is then shredded manually and mixed with a sauce. It may be served on bread or eaten on its own. Wikipedia

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6. Grilled Pork Ribs

(-Latin American-)

Pork ribs are a popular addition to the Latin American grill. They are prepared many different ways in South America

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7. Baked Beans

(American) (American-Southern) (English) (...)

Baked beans is a dish containing beans, sometimes baked but, despite the name, usually stewed, in a sauce. Most commercially canned baked beans are made from haricot beans, also known as navy beans – a variety of Phaseolus vulgaris in a sauce. In Ireland and the United Kingdom, a tomato sauce is most commonly used, and they are commonly eaten on toast or as part of a full English or Irish Breakfast. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baked_beans

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8. Macaroni And Cheese

Mac & Cheese (American)

dish consisting of cooked macaroni pasta and cheese, most commonly Cheddar cheese, though it can also incorporate other ingredients, such as bread crumbs and flavorful enhancements (see below). Traditional macaroni and cheese is a casserole baked in the oven; however, it may be prepared in a sauce pan on top of the stove or using a packaged mix. It is considered an American comfort food.

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9. Barbecue Chicken

Bbq Chicken (American) (American-Southern)

Barbecue chicken consists of chicken parts or entire chickens that are barbecued, grilled or smoked. There are many global and regional preparation techniques and cooking styles. Barbecue chicken is often seasoned or coated in a spice rub, barbecue sauce, or both. Wikipedia

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10. Barbecue Sauce

BBQ sauce (American) (American-Southern)

Barbecue sauce is used as a flavoring sauce, a marinade, basting, condiment, or topping for meat cooked in the barbecue cooking style, including pork or beef ribs and chicken. It is a ubiquitous condiment in the Southern United States and is used on many other foods as well. Wikipedia

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