Gas Spit Rotisseries

Everything You Need to Know About Gas Spit Rotisseries

Do you love roasted chicken? What about a juicy, delicious pork belly? If so, a gas spit rotisserie is the BBQ for you! A gas spit rotisserie is a great way to cook up your favourite meats with ease. We are proud to offer the only licensed AGA-approved gas spit rotisseries in Australia. 

What is a gas spit rotisserie?

A gas spit rotisserie is a type of BBQ in which meat or vegetables is placed on a metal skewer that is rotated slowly over a heat source. This type of cooking method results in evenly cooked, juicy, and flavorful meat. It also helps to keep the outside of the meat from drying out.

What are the benefits of using a gas spit rotisserie?

There are many benefits to using a gas spit rotisserie. First, it is a great way to cook evenly cooked, juicy, and flavorful meat. Additionally, it helps to keep the outside of the meat from drying out. They are extremely handy on total fire ban days where solid fuel such as charcoal can’t be used. Finally, it is an easy way to entertain guests or cook for large groups of people.

How do I choose the right gas spit rotisserie for my needs?

When choosing a gas spit rotisserie, there are several things you should keep in mind. First, consider the size of your unit. Currently, we have 2 great options in our range of gas spit rotisseries. The Dual Fuel 1000mm is perfect for smaller cuts of meat and the Dual Fuel 1500mm which can accommodate your full animals like lambs and pigs. When you know what you will be cooking, ensure to pick the spit that caters for those needs. 

Choose the unit that has the features that are most important to you.

If you have any questions contact our friendly expert staff on 1300 002 771. We offer great advice, a 60-day money-back guarantee and 24 months warranty on our motors. We’d love to help you find the right gas spit rotisserie. 


Gas Spit Rotisseries FAQ

Both our SPG 1000 & 1500 can use gas or charcoal however they work independently and cannot be used together. 

While it’s not essential to use a counterbalance weight, we HIGHLY recommend you do. Consider it an insurance policy on the health and longevity of your motor. A counter balance weight will stop the ‘flopping’ of the heavy side of the animal when spit roasting to ensure you have evenly cooked meat.

Yes - the Flaming Coals Gas spit rotisseries are compatible with your standard LPG gas bottle. 

Charcoal will be hotter than gas when cooking on your gas spit rotisserie. 

Yes - you absolutely will. The advantage of having a hood and cooking will be a huge reduction in fuel consumption and the fastening of your cook times.

It depends on what you are planning to cook. For full animals like lambs or pigs, we recommend two large prongs, a back brace, a set of leg braces and a counterbalance weight. However, for smaller cuts of meat and chickens, a set of chicken prongs will suffice. If you want to make gyros, we highly recommend gyros discs as this will be much easier to carve against. Baskets are also another hugely important accessory that really opens up a lot of possibilities. They allow you to spit roast anything that can’t be put on a skewer, like fish, vegetables, pork belly etc.

Our SPG1000 comes with a silent 10kg which is perfect for all your cuts of meat, gyros, vegetables and so much more. You can also upgrade your SPG1000 to the deluxe model which comes standard with a 22mm skewer and a 30kg motor, which is perfect for people who need a little more flexibility. 

Our SPG 1500 comes standard with a 30kg motor, which in most cases will be 100% sufficient. However, if you are looking to spit roast really large animals we also have options for 60 or 100kg motors. The choice is totally up to you.