Posts Tagged ‘grilling’

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Wood Grilled Beef Roast

August 4, 2012

This was totally a spur of the moment thing so I might adjust and post this recipe a bit more later as I experiment with it.

Get yourself a beef roast, should be easy enough, go visit a butcher or your local grocery store. Now that you’ve obtained your roast, poke some holes in it with a fork. In a large freezer bag pour some soy sauce (I would prefer Worcestershire sauce but my wife hates it so I used soy), garlic, onions and just a touch of lemon juice. Put the hole-riddled roast in the bag, seal it and then turn it upside down and back a couple of times. Put it in the fridge for about an hour to allow the sauce and spices to really soak in. Once ready throw it on the grill and sear all four sides. This will BURN quickly so if you have a roasting rack on your grill then use that to slow roast it. Searing locks in the juices and can rescue even the worst cuts of meat from flavorless limbo. Anyway, after searing roast until it is to your preferred temperature, mine is medium for roast and then enjoy.

 

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Wood Grilled Zucchini And EggPlant

June 25, 2012

Chop zucchini and eggplant, put in a dish, coat with olive oil and season with black pepper, garlic, ginger and just a sprinkle of brown sugar (I use the Splend Brown Sugar Blend), toss vigorously. Put in a grill-safe basket and place over wood fire, stirring/moving around frequently to avoid major burning. Once veggies are tender, serve. I think the next time I’m going to make a sauce to go with them but they were pretty good this time, here they are with my previously posted Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin  Enjoy.

 

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Wood Grilled Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin

June 25, 2012

Acquire some pork BBQ rub or simply use some asian spices as a rub (I used ginger, black pepper and dry mustard) and rub down the tenderloin then marinade (12 hours or so) in low sodium teriyaki sauce in the fridge.

Get some fire wood, start a fire (fun for pyros everywhere) and a grilling grate. I use a triangle camping grill over a fire pit. Sear the tenderloin, then move from direct heat to allow thorough cooking. Cook until done safely.