I seen this recipe a while ago and decided to try it this weekend. Super easy to make, this sauce is perfect for grilled chicken, steaks and seafood. I had it on the side burner of my grill on low and let it reduce down which made for a great glaze as I was finishing up the chicken wings.
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Here’s a new sauce I tried this week that is a great spin for grilled fish or chicken. You can forgo the chili oil if you want something without any heat but I had to boost it up a bit. I used this as a baste on the grill and it had an awesome flavor that is really fresh and exciting. It can also be used as a dip with some fried wontons or white corn tortilla chips. Mix about 2 Tablespoons of this with the juice of 4-5 limes to make a great marinade that works on any meat.
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This is a quick recipe for a new way of doing steak. It’s great for a finger food while you’re kicking back with some cold ones relaxing. You can pretty much have this prepped, cooked and cleaned up within an hour so why not try it one weekend. Mix up a bowl of ranch with some parmesan cheese and fresh black pepper and you have a great dipping sauce for these as well!
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This is a basic Sunday recipe to feed a few people on the cheap. Same recipe as lasagna just with different noodles, so you can make this with just about any type of starch. For a southwest style you can use taco sauce and Cheddar cheese with some Tapatio hot sauce.
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I love making this sauce, it’s perfect on just about everything. I use it on baked potatoes, steak, chicken, fish, shrimp, pizza, french fries, toast, noodles, rice, vegetables….. on and on. There’s a little asian market that as the sweet chile sauce for cheap, which is a great sauce on it’s own. Once you whip this up, you’ll see how great it goes on everything, it’s just a great combination of sweet, salty, and spicy.
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This marinade is perfect for tequila and beer Saturdays. Thinly sliced Skirt or Flank steak, when allowed to marinate for 2 nights, will practically flake at the fork after you throw it on the grill for a few minutes. You can also use it to marinate chicken for great Pollo Asado burritos. If you save some of the marinade, it makes for a great baste while the meat is grilling.
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Nothing says Irish food like Corned beef and potatoes. For St Patty’s day this year, i made up 2 four pound Beef briskets and sliced them up real nice and thin. I’ve had more ruebens in the last 3 days than I have all year. But for the price, a cheap cut of meat like brisket can really be tenderized up by cooking it low and slow. The store had it on sale for about $2.50 a pound so I stocked up and between sides, sauerkraut, bread and meat, it cost me about $25 to make like 8 solid full meals. Not bad at all to help save some money for the Killian’s and Jameson.
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This butter goes perfect with a thick, grilled steak and even on the side smothered on some fresh biscuits. It has just a little bit of kick but a good herb flavor that gives a freshness to any grilled meat or fish. I “roasted” the garlic for this in the microwave. It just takes too long to fire up the oven and have it heat up the house for an hour and half for only a small batch. But you can cut the top of the head of garlic, lightly sprinkle on some oilive oil, kosher salt and fresh ground pepper. Microwave on about 70% power for about 5 minutes, test it after about 3. Once it’s done you can add it to a toaster oven on broil for 5 minutes or so to blacken the top, then you can use it just like normal, at a quarter of the time.
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