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Rotisserie chicken, beef or pork doesn't have to involve a complicated set-up. With Weber's latest master tool, you can turn your barbecue into a slow-turning spit roast, capable of delivering flavour and tenderness right from your back-garden or terrace.

Easy roasting for mouthwatering results

The possibilities are endless when using a rotisserie: a chicken or turkey with crispy skin, a leg of lamb, porchetta with crackling and smoked pork shoulder to name a few. The process yields amazing flavours you just can’t get any other way.

The rotisserie gently rotates the food above the cooking grate, evenly distributing heat constantly, producing self-basted meat with juicy results every time. Weber has a rotisserie for most Weber barbecues; the Q, Pulse, Spirit, Genesis, and a rotisserie ring for charcoal grills. No matter which one you own, the results will speak for themselves.

Rotisserie features

Rotisserie

Built for 57 cm charcoal barbecues

€ 199.99
incl. VAT
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  • The spit can even accommodate big birds: simply remove the cooking grate and drip pan from the barbecue, and let the grease management system take care of the rest.
  • The stainless steel forks are designed to hold both large and small cuts of meat.
  • Minimal effort: load the food onto the spit, fork it, and let the motor function do the work.
  • Weber offers a matching rotisserie for every barbecue type.

Easy roeasting for mouthwatering results

How it Works

1. Remove the cooking grate and put the ring/shield in place if using a kettle barbecue or Weber Q-model.
2. Attach the motor to the bracket.
3. Place the inner fork on the spit. Slide the food onto the spit and over the fork, then tighten in place.
4. Slide the second fork onto the spit, press it into the food, and tighten.
5. Place the tip of the spit in the motor, lie it down and let it slide into place.
6. Connect to the power supply, press the button so that the meat rotates, and put the lid on.

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