List of barbecue dishes

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Asado on an open pit

This is a list of barbecue dishes, comprising barbecued dishes and foods, along with those that are often barbecued.

Barbecue foods

Kai yang at a street market in Thailand
Chicken kebabs being barbecued
Barbecue spare ribs
Spanferkel, a version of suckling pig in German cuisine

See also

References

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