Tandoori chicken is a classical dish from the Indian subcontinent. But preparing the spices, the marinade, and cooking in the tandoor all take a fair amount of effort and time. My friends know I like the MIME Method - Maximum Impact, Minimum Effort. I want something simple, quick and full of flavors when I cook. … Continue reading Salt. Rub. Fire.
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For the Meat on a Stick competition, I wanted something easy to make that would be memorable. I searched for a flavor profile with a nice, explosive kick. Like always, I wanted to stay MIME (Maximum Impact, Minimum Effort) with simple ingredients and techniques to make kababs like these. Ingredients 73/27 ground beef from Restaurant … Continue reading Kababombs!
Shish Taouk is a traditional chicken kabob best cooked on the grill. This dish - served at nearly every Middle Eastern/Mediterranean restaurant - has a lemony-garlic punch, pairing well with smokey flavors from the grill. I've been perfecting the below recipe for the years. The recipe is easy enough to make at home and doesn't … Continue reading Mediterranean Chicken Kabobs: Shish Taouk