My family wanted grilled chicken wings a few weeks ago but I didn't have any sauces I really wanted to use. After an afternoon of playing around this is what I came up with, and it worked very nicely.
*Just as a note, I've never been one to measure precisely so some minor adjustments to the seasoning may be required.
Got this recipe from June 2009 issue of Real Simple. My boyfriend refuses to eat mayonnaise so I have to find a way to get around that and still serve my favorite dishes. I am very excited to try this! You can make this dish the night before but just wait until serving time to add the bacon so it is nice and crisp. Enjoy.
This is a combination of different recipes I have tried over the past couple of years, keeping the elements I like the most. Everyone asks for the recipe so here it is! I like a spicy sauce. It's not too hot, but not sweet like most sauces out there. I'm still playing around with it, but I like how its going so far! ** update ** I have decided that perhaps pureeing the onions and garlic might be beneficial because most barbecue sauces don't have chunks of onion and garlic! I will work to change test and change this soon (3/2/10)
I accidently ROYALLY messed up the recipe to a marinade I had and had to fix it... and it turned out even better! You can obviously put any vegetables you like on the skewers, these are just my preference. Prep time is time to marinade.
Delicious, different and healthy way to enjoy corn on the cob. I prepare mine under the broiler, but you could easily grill this outdoors on the BBQ if you please. Got this recipe from my mom, who says she got it from Cooking Light.
This recipe appeared in my local newspaper as part of a syndicated column "Fave Foods of the Famous." This recipe is from the Academy-Award-winning deaf actress Marlee Matlin. This is one of my favorite flank steak recipes, and worth the trouble to find Chinkiang Vinegar (try Whole Foods or The Fresh Market, if these stores are in your area).
A friend I worked with long ago brought this to a potluck. We begged her for the recipe, but she was reluctant to give it up. We wore her down and she finally gave in. This is a different type of cole slaw that really makes a pretty dish. I love the variety of textures and flavors with the beans, cabbage and bacon.
This is a great recipe. It was given to me from a very dear friend. I use it on babyback ribs that I put in foil pan and cover with onion and sauce and cook on the grill on low for 4-5 hours. Hope you enjoy. For hot and spicy bbq sauce add optional tobasco. Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration
This recipe comes from the famous Threadgill's Bar and Grill in Austin. Back in the 50's it was in an old renovated gas station. Now it has moved, but the food is still Texas Country good. I must warn you that it is very spicy. Great with BBQ.
NOTE on prep time for this: The time listed does NOT include marinating time for the beef! For that, plan 4 hours-overnight
This marinade creates a nice crust on the flank steak when grilled. It's got a bit of sweetness to it from the chutney, so balance it out with your accompaniments.
Note on ingredients: any soy sauce is fine, but I am partial to Pearl River Bridge Superior Dark.