Argentina is home to one of the world's most famous traditional barbeque dishes, Asado. Asado is more than just grilled beef, it is a cultural way of life that has been passed down through generations. Asado is the traditional and minimalistic form of roasting beef, typically done on a skewered metal structure known as an 'asador'. The asador is placed very near to a slow-burning fire, with the fire and smoke imparting a unique flavor to the meat. The beef is often cooked on a Patagonian Cross or an Asado Grill with an Ember maker, with the main cuts being prime rib and whole animals. Asado has been a staple of the Río de la Plata populace and gauchos for centuries, and it is still one of the most popular dishes in Argentina today.
Featured below is one our new products called the Flammlach Grill. The Flammlach Grill is specialy designed for grilling fish. The pictures below show salmon being cooked on multiple Flammlach Grills.