Côte à l'os with puffed garlic on the BBQ


It isn’t a secret that Belgians love to eat meat, and what could be better than a classic côte à l'os on the barbecue? The côte à l'os is the cream of Belgian barbecue beef! A côte à l'os is a rib piece with the bone still on it. The bone gives off a delicious flavour. We choose for Simmental beef in this recipe, because this côte à l'os is usually very fine in structure and has a good fat penetration. Simmental is rich in flavour and doesn’t need any strong seasoning, marinade or extra sauces. This way, you have little work in exchange for a delicious piece of côte à l'os.