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Favorite BBQ Recipes....

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  1. jebfour

    jebfour Turbo Monkey

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    I just picked this up yesterday...




    Now I need your favorite BBQ recipes! Chicken? Steak? Fish? Veggies? Favorite marinades? It's all good.....so post up your fav's!
     

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  2. gonefirefightin

    gonefirefightin free wieners

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    I have the best burger

    take a pound of lean ground (makes 4-5 burgers)

    throw it in a bowl,

    mix in a few pinches of

    garlic pepper

    season salt

    1 raw egg

    @ cup of terriyaki sauce (enough to make the meat brown)

    and a cup of some shreeded cheese if your not making cheeseburgers. otherwise add a slice of cheese on the grill.

    you will never have regular burgers again



    if you like fillet mignon, then you should soak them in a worstishire, terriyaki, brown suger brine over night and wrap the sides with bacon and secure with toothpicks.

    most tender tasty goodnes you will ever have.

    not sure with gas though, I am a charcoal and woodchips cooker
     
  3. stevew

    stevew unique white person

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    Why fvck up a hamburger with cheese?
     
  4. jebfour

    jebfour Turbo Monkey

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    Buying the ingredients for this tonight - taste testing tomorrow night. I'll post a critique of it :biggrin: Sounds good though!!
     
  5. OGRipper

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    There are so many, but here are a few:

    Marinate shrimp in a mix of decent dark rum, pineapple juice, a little sugar, salt and pepper, along with a little garlic and some hot chili paste or hot sauce of some kind (chipotle is good but anything to give a little heat). Let 'em marinate for at least an hour, then skewer and grill, basting with a little of the marinade as you go.

    Marinate cleaned lamb rib chops in a mix of honey, mustard, olive oil, garlic, rosemary, mint, salt and pepper for at least an hour or more, then hit 'em quickly on the grill.

    Tandoori style for chicken (or other meat): In a clean dry pan toast a mixture of coriander, cumin, ground ginger, turmeric, chile, and lots of paprika. In a large bowl add the spice mixture to plain yogurt along with some garlic, chopped fresh ginger, and some parsley or cilantro. Marinate chicken pieces in this mixture for a few hours, then grill as usual.

    Sorry to not give precise amounts, I don't really measure this kind of stuff.
     
  6. eaterofdog

    eaterofdog ass grabber

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    Cut a london broil into 1" cubes.

    Marinate for one day in:
    1/2 cup soy sauce
    1/8 cup whore sauce
    2 crushed garlic cloves

    Stick em on wooden skewers and grill to your liking.
     
  7. jebfour

    jebfour Turbo Monkey

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    Nice to see some activity in this thread!

    The burgers were GOOD. Thanks!
     
  8. BadDNA

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    FYI - That's grilling, not BBQ.

    Burgers - Ground beef, Worcestershire sauce, S&P, shredded pepper jack or habenero cheddar - mix well, form into patties and grill.
     
  9. jebfour

    jebfour Turbo Monkey

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    My bad. Guilty as charged....
     
  10. drumbum540

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    My burgers,

    1. get as much ground beef as usual ( dont know how much you use)
    2. make into little round balls, then poke your thumb into the center so it looks like a pinch pot from forst grade art class.
    3. pour worstishire sauce ( about 1 tsp.) into the little hole
    OR
    3. pour the same amount of A1 sauce in the center. some people think it ruins a good burger but it tastes good every once and a while.
    4. form into patties, it does not matter if the worstishire come out of its little bowl.
    5. grill to your liking, for me, about medium rare
    6. put cheese on if you want to

    Let me know if any body uses this, and tell me how it tastes.
    -drumbum540
     
  11. crashdwn22

    crashdwn22 Chimp

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    flank steak--
    pick up a bottle or so of pineapple teriyaki marinade from the store or make it yourself
    1/2 cup vegetable oil
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    5 ozs soy sauce
    3 cloves garlic, chopped
    1 cup pineapple juice
    and let the flank steak marinate overnight in a bag. Grill to desired doneness. As the steak is resting, throw a few pineapple slices onto the grill. Slice the steak against the grain and not too thick.