This BBQ disc blade is also known as a discada, disco, cowboy wok or plow disc cooker. The basic discada design is a 24 inch steel harrow disc blade that has two welded handles for lifting. The contour design of the disc blade provides plenty of cooking surface area and the discada concavity allows you to fry, stir-fry and sear your favorite breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes. We added a “shelf” to the design to act as a table for adding ingredients or placing cooked ingredients while off to the side while a batch finishes. The “shelf” also doubles as a spout when discarding frying oil. The BBQ disc blade or Discada is the cutting edge of outdoor, live fire, skillet cooking. Normally, when you use a discada you use a propane burner. Jack and Bill had John Haney, from Alveron Cookers, fabricate our discada to fit on a Weber Smokey Mountain (WSM) bullet smoker.
We needed the fuel system to get hot enough for cooking vessel to be able to fry chicken.
We made Chicken & Waffle Tacos with Fresh Potato Chips. Delicious!!
Enjoy the Discada Episode.