dinsdag 15 november 2011
It is always a "challenge" to get the right ingredients,this time it was hard to get a turkey.
The other ingredients were quite simple,cauliflower,cranberry,and wraps.
This is how I did it.
The first thing I did was the chicken.I stuffed it with lemon,garlic,parsley, and rubbed it in with "butt burners" and let it marinate overnight.
Prepare the Weber for indirect grilling, and set a chicken on a beercan (we had an rose beer) for about 90 minutes.
After grilling you can pull the chicken in small pieces and wrap it in.
The cauliflower was blanched,and finished in the oven,with an cream sauce gratin.
Put the cauliflower in a casserole.Preheat the oven on 200ºc.
In the meantime chop an onion and some garlic and sauté.Add 250Ml cream and 50gr Parmasan cheese and heat it up.
Spread it over the cauliflower,and shove in the oven for about 10 minutes.
The cranberry is a pain in the Ass... I hate them,but I give it a try...
It was not bad at all... I put 250gr cranberry's and 250gr sugar in a pan and let it cook for about 20 minutes.Now we had an little bit sweeter jelly..Not bad at all.. Specially If you eat it with the cauliflower,chicken and wrap in one bite.
Please visit the other participants below.
The BBQ Grail ENTRY HERE
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 Alltop.com as one of the top BBQ blogs.
Wilfred Reinke ENTRY HERE
Wilfred is somewhat of a newcomer to the BBQ scene having only done standard grilling for most of his 50 years, He found and became passionate about Low & Slow about 2 years ago. and that passion also morphed into a second hobby which is writing. Oshawa Ogre’s Views News & BBQ’s has been a project that has taken on a life of it’s own and blessed him with many many new friends in the BBQ community on Twitter, facebook and through the blog.
Follow me on twitter @OshawaOgre , friend me on facebook and “like” my blog facebook page
Paul Height from 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…
The Dutchess Cooks ENTRY HERE
After years of cooking, grilling, baking and reading other people’s blogs, Hanneke Eerden thought, “why not start my own blog?”, and she did in 2010. It’s not her goal to publish or come up with fancy and difficult recipes: just good and delicious food with an international twist!