Just because you're cooking on a barbecue, that doesn't mean you can't use a frying pan. It's one of my favourite tools as it can help keep ingredients separated while taking advantage of the comparatively moist cooking environment.
¼ cup good-quality olive oil
5 zucchini, cut into irregular chunks about 4cm long
salt and black pepper, to season
1 tbsp good-quality white wine vinegar
2 pieces (about 220g) of buffalo mozzarella in whey
½ cup loosely packed basil leaves
1. Heat a frying pan on your barbecue grill. Add half the oil and zucchini and season well with salt. Slowly fry the zucchini for about 10-15 minutes until it is browned and slightly caramelised. Add the white wine vinegar to the pan and toss to combine. Spoon the zucchini onto a serving plate and tear the mozzarella over it. Spoon over the juices from the pan and drizzle with the remaining olive oil. Scatter with the basil leaves and finish with a generous grind of black pepper.
Adam's tip: A stiff wire brush is the best barbecue cleaning implement. Just burn the barbecue for a while and then brush it to remove the charred bits. A wipe with newspaper can help to clean up any last bits of blackened oil.
Find more of Adam Liaw's recipes in the Good Food New Classics cookbook.