This is my version of Bobby Flay's Jicama Slaw. The addition of jicama to slaw gives it a very nice crunch! I've also added 'spice' to this slaw by adding a little shredded poblano pepper. Goes great on Carolina BBQ or Shrimp Tacos.
Another BBQ sauce,but this one isn't your usual sauce!!!! From an episode of BBQ with Bobby Flay,this is an interesting twist on sauces-looks like it is a chicken baster and ulitmately a sauce/dip maybe too? Not sure if I can get anyone else in my house to eat this one with me....but I bet it is Terrific!
This is great for potlucks or barbecues - so much more flavorful than regular coleslaw. The original recipe is from Bobby Flay but I changed it a bit. Note: the farther in advance you make this, the better it gets!
A Southwestern flair to a traditional recipe! Here, the blue corn of the Hopi Indians is used to make fabulous, practically addictive cookies inspired by the famous "twice baked" Italian biscotti. It's this treatment that gives biscotti their distinctive crispy crunch. Good with a cup of coffee. From Bobby Flay.
Most German potato salads are made with mayo, but this one is not. It is by far better than any that I have made with mayo. You must try it! We make this to accompany Recipe #112907. Great for a summer party.
On the recipe that I have, this marinade is used with New York Strip Steaks. They are marinated for 2 days and are turned once after the first day of marinating. Then salt and peppered and grilled. You can also reserve some of the marinade to serve over your steak.
Adopted from the Recipezaar account. The original poster said: From Gourmet's November 2003 issue. Original recipe by Bobby Flay. I love the way the chipotle heat compliments the sweetness of the potatoes. No mini-marshmellows on these, please!
I watched Bobby Flay the other night and they were making the most delicious looking shrimp skewers. I'm posting here so I can save and make the recipe. Looks spicy and delicious! Please note! This recipe is for a large quantity and will feed 25. I plan on using the scale feature to scale this down to 2 servings.
This is a fantastic recipe courtesy of Bobby Flay and the Food Nework. Halibut is the favorite fish of my DH, and this is one of the ways he likes it best! Cooking time (passive time) includes two hours to marinate.