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Offline MrPepsi

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Share your favorite recipe
« on: August 31, 2011, 04:34:44 pm »
Share your favorite recipe, then post back if you tried one and loved or hated it.
(Ok so this sounds sort of feminine, but it still sounds like fun. Next we'll do quilting techniques)

Here's mine. From a long standing family recipe that is just too good not to share.

FLANK STEAK MARINADE

Buy a nice flank steak big enough for 3-4 people.

Marinade a minimum of six hours before you cook it.
Marinade in a good Ziploc bag, turn over at least once.
Preferably marinate 24 hours
BBQ only.

½ cup of Soy Sauce
2 TBSPS Brown Sugar
2 TBSPS Worcestershire Sauce
1/8 TSP Garlic Powder
½ TSP Ginger
1 TBSP Lemon Juice

BBQ on med-high 6 min. per side flipping every 3.
Cut in thin strips against the grain, cut at a 45 degree angle.


Serve hot, cold, warm, etc.
Serve with baked potato and a nice salad.  :thumbs:
Brent Johnson 
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2011, 04:42:54 pm »
Ok, I'm definately subscribing to this thread, I love food!  :popcorn:
 
I'm already hungry now after just reading Brents post...  :P   :chugbeer:
 
If you have any pics please post them too, my wife often says she want's to try a new recipe and the first thing I ask her is if there are any pics...

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2011, 07:06:55 pm »
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 qt water
shake
enjoy
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #3 on: August 31, 2011, 08:27:03 pm »
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 qt water
shake
enjoy

Hot sauce?
 :stirpot:
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2011, 08:28:50 pm »
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2011, 09:35:53 pm »
Apparently these two can't cook.
Brent Johnson 
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2011, 09:38:59 pm »
1/2 cup Tuscan Italian Salad Dressing
1/2 cup Catalina Salad Dressing
2 TBLS Honey
1 to 2 lbs Chicken breasts
Pierce breasts with fork, add 3/4 of mixture to cleaned breasts in a sealable container in fridge overnight.
Reserve remaining mixture for grilling.
While grilling, brush mixture over breasts, remaining mixture can be used at serving.
Enjoy all   :P
Ride safe also.
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #7 on: August 31, 2011, 10:07:44 pm »
Cedar planked salmon

1 cedar cooking plank, soaked overnight or at least 1 hour (I use left over fence boards)
1/2 cup/125 mL Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey
1 cup/250 mL real maple syrup
1 tsp./5 mL crushed hot red chilies
1 Tbsp./15 mL    butter at room temperature
1-3 lb./1-1.5 kg whole, boned wild salmon filet

kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 tsp./5 mL granulated onion
(or onion powder if you can't find granules)
2 lemons, halved
parsley sprigs for garnish
1 Tbsp./ 15 mL finely chopped flat-leaf Italian parsley

Make the sauce by combining the whiskey and maple syrup. In a small saucepan, bring the mixture to a low boil and reduce by about half, until you have a thick syrup that coats the back of a spoon. Add the chilies and butter and stir until just combined. Set aside and keep warm on the stove top.

Season the skinless side of the salmon with salt, pepper and granulated onion. Let the salmon sit for 10 or 15 minutes at room temperature, until the rub is moistened.

While the salmon is sitting, preheat the grill on medium-high for 5 or 10 minutes or until the chamber temperature rises above 500° F/260° C. Rinse the plank and place it on the cooking grate. Cover the grill and heat the plank and place it on the cooking grate. Cover the grill and heat the plank for 4 or 5 minutes, or until it starts to throw off a bit of smoke and crackles lightly. Reduce the heat to medium-low. Season the plank with kosher salt and place the salmon, skin-side down, on the plank.

Cover the grill and cook for 15 to 20 minutes or until the fish has an internal temperature of 135°F/57° C. Check periodically to make sure the plank doesn’t catch fire, and spray the burning edges with water if it does, making sure to close the lid afterwards.

When the salmon is done, squeeze half a lemon along its length and carefully transfer to a platter. Garnish with parsley sprigs and the remaining lemon cut into slices. Bring the salmon to the table. Drizzle a spoonful of the sauce over each portion as you serve and sprinkle with a little chopped parsley.

Serves 6 -8.


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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #8 on: August 31, 2011, 10:10:57 pm »
Ok, finally this is taking off in the intended direction!  :thumbs:
 
Jim,
Any chance we can make this a sticky brutha??  :hail:

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #9 on: August 31, 2011, 11:51:34 pm »
Linguine Alfredo with Grilled Chicken Brest

1/2 cup light-medium white sauce. ( 1 Tbs butter, 1 Tbs flour, ~3/4 cup milk)
   Melt butter over medium heat, add flour, then add milk all at once and cook until mixture thickens.
Grate some Parmesano Regiano into white sauce, stirring constantly until creamy.
Mix alfredo mixture into pre-cooked Linguine.
Grill/BBQ one split chicken breast. Slice chicken breast into 3/8" strips cross grain, place on top of Linguine Alfredo.

Accompany with a 'garden' salad, sliced baguette (with real butter), and this author would prefer a light Merlot. Recommend desert would be a raspberry sorbet.

Note that scallops sauteed in a garlic butter may be substituted for the chicken breast. A white wine accompaniment suggested. Pino Grigio often fits the bill.

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #10 on: September 01, 2011, 04:36:05 am »
Very Simple Boneless Chicken Recipe:

I do this for a family of four.  You can bake, grill, or pan fry. 

1 package boneless skinless chicken breasts soaked in about a half a jar of dill pickle juice.  I let it soak for about 3-4 hours before cooking.  The meat will turn a slight green.  I also usually puncture the meat to get the flavor inside also. 

Pan fry:  Heat skillet with small amount of oil to lube the bottom of the pan.  When heated drop in chicken and our in pickle juice.  Cook.  Eat.

Bake:  Place chicken in tall sided baking dish.  Pour in pickle juice.  Cover with foil.  Bake.  Not sure what temp or how long.  I think I usually do 400 degrees and come back 40 minutes later and it's done.  And with the juice in there and it covered, it won't dry out if you leave it in a little to long.

Grilling:  Pretty self explanatory.  I do pour the pickle juice over the chicken occasionally while on the grill.

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2011, 07:36:56 am »
Grate a head of cabbage
chop up an onion
chop up a toe of garlic or two
toss into big pan and steam down
use large amounts of paprika and pepper
cook up some noodles and toss them in
add a half cup or so of sour cream and stir in

pour glass of lemonade
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #12 on: September 01, 2011, 07:42:38 am »
1/2 cup Tuscan Italian Salad Dressing
1/2 cup Catalina Salad Dressing
2 TBLS Honey
1 to 2 lbs Chicken breasts
Pierce breasts with fork, add 3/4 of mixture to cleaned breasts in a sealable container in fridge overnight.
Reserve remaining mixture for grilling.
While grilling, brush mixture over breasts, remaining mixture can be used at serving.
Enjoy all   :P
Ride safe also.
Greg

Admit it, Greg, you just wanted to type the word "breast" a bunch of times. :)

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #13 on: September 01, 2011, 08:13:29 am »
Grate a head of cabbage
chop up an onion
chop up a toe of garlic or two
toss into big pan and steam down
use large amounts of paprika and pepper
cook up some noodles and toss them in
add a half cup or so of sour cream and stir in

pour glass of lemonade
My wife loves cabbage, what type of noodles are you using?
The rest of you oh wow; great recipes.
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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #14 on: September 01, 2011, 09:30:38 am »
My favorite thing to make is a Grilled Pizza on the good wood BBQ. I gill Pizza on a stone or granite.
Simple crust Flour salt yeast and oil. Kneed till it feels like pizza dough. Raise it outside in the sun. toss it into a round flat. Put whatever sounds tasty on it. most recently i built one using Hummus as a sauce. Kalamata Olives, red onions, Roasted Red peppers, sun dried tomatoes, Feta Cheese. Grilled it. then topped it with lettuce and Tzatziki sauce. (Cucumbers strained Yogurt, Garlic and lemon juice with salt and Dill)
Damn was that a good one.
EDIT:
Sometimes I do a deep dish. BBQ sauce. and what ever sounds BBQ like.
Not quite done yet...
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