maandag 14 februari 2011

"challenge" blood orange&lamb chop's

The Februari "challenge" was not so easy this time...Not because of the ingredients,but some personal problems. I had the flew,and also the kids were sick...after all I made the challenge for the wife and kids in Low 44F rainy stormy weather,and they loved it.(The kids were better) I still had the flew.
Ok back to the "challenge" First I want to welcome Richard from I hope you enjoy it!
Ok we had blood orange,I made a nice sauce of it.
For the sauce you need 1cup of juice from the blood orange,add 125Ml whipped cream and 2Tbsp TiaMaria( a sweet liquor) and heat it up, but watch out!! not cook it!!
The lamb chops I grilled direct ,only with pepper and salt to taste for about 3 minutes each side for a medium/rose lamb chop.
In the meantime make the elbow macaroni as described on the package.
I had to wok the Chinese cabbage with some chestnut champions,shallot and fresh red pepper.

Additional participants in this month’s Ingredient Challenge include:

Bob's brew and 'Que - ENTRY HERE

Bob started Bob’s Brew and ‘Que in August of 2009 with the intent of sharing his views on food and drink. Originally focused on BBQ and Homebrew, it was inevitable that the influences of his upbringing in the San Francisco Bay Area and it’s wealth of ingredients as well as his heritage as an American of Japanese ancestry would help focus his blog, as it has his approach to food and drink.

Robyn Medlyn of Grillgrrrl – ENTRY HERE

Robyn Medlin is the “grill girl” behind Her focus is on healthy, simple and creative recipes on the grill. She encourages women to learn to grill as it a great way to create healthy, flavorful dishes without all the fuss and clean up in the kitchen. This “grill girl” holds quarterly “Women’s Grilling Clinics” as a way to encourage women to not be intimated by the grill. As a McCormick’s flavor correspondent for their “This Week in Grilling Campaign”, Robyn shares fun, tropical video recipes documenting her grilling adventures from her backyard in Sunny, Hollywood, Florida.


The BBQ Grail website was created in 2007, initially to document the author’s quest to find the perfect backyard BBQ experience. Since that time The BBQ Grail has become one of the more popular BBQ blogs on the internet and is listed on as one of the top BBQ blogs.

Chris of Nibble Me This – ENTRY HERE

The Nibble Me This website was created to share Chris’ misadventures in live fire cooking. ”I have no culinary training….I’m just entertaining myself with fire and food”.

Paul Haight of No Excuses BBQ – ENTRY HERE

The No Excuses BBQ website was started in January of 2009 as a way to record the author’s goal of cooking outdoors at least once a week throughout the year and showing the results to the world. Somewhere along the way things got out of control…

Rich Wachtel - ENTRY HERE

I am a young person breaking into the great world of barbecue. I enjoy everything about barbecue from the culture to the food. I am just a regular guy trying to have fun and enjoy the food and the process of cooking the food on the grill. At Grilling with we go beyond just the normal cooking adventures and dig deeper into the large world of BBQ’ing, both professionally and for amateurs. Grilling with Rich focuses on the adventures of a regular guy and his quest to understand and learn as much as possible about the BBQ world.

1 opmerking:

  1. Looks great Marc (in spite of all the other "challenges" you had). I especially like the photo of the lamb chops on the grill.