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
Smoked Deli Beef
Hunter Pit Beef My mother-in-law introduced me to a Pakistani dish called "hunter beef," which is made by marinating "eye of round" beef in a tamarind paste for several days and then boiling the beef in a pot. I fused her recipe with Meathead's technique for Baltimore Pit Beef (also made from "eye of round"). By … Continue reading Hunter Pit Beef
Tandoori Turkey Breasts and Legs This is the third turkey recipe we tried this past Thanksgiving holiday. This one comes from our Tandoori Chicken Tikka recipe and includes a lemon-garlic butter baste similar to our other turkey recipe. Ingredients: 1 turkey breast (bone-in and skin-on) and 2 legs/drumsticks1/2 packet of Shan Tandoori Masala1/2 packet of Shan Chicken … Continue reading Tandoori Thanksgiving Turkey
Lemon-Garlic Butter Basted Turkey Breasts (and Legs). This was the 2nd of three turkey breast recipes we tried this past thanksgiving. This was a more traditional turkey recipe, basting throughout the cook with a lemon-garlic butter mixture. Ingredients 1 bone-in skin-on turkey breast and 2 legs (optional)1 tspn Morton’s Kosher salt per pound of turkey … Continue reading Thanksgiving Turkey Breasts: Lemon-Garlic Butter Basted
Central Texas Style Turkey Breast. This is the 1st of 3 recipes for turkey breast that will impress your family members on Thanksgiving. Unlike the two other recipes, this one involves skinless boneless chicken breast and a ton of butter! The recipe is adapted from Aaron Franklin's version and Rehan Jaffery's turmeric ghee whole turkey. … Continue reading Thanksgiving Turkey Breasts: Central Texas Style
Brisket is one of the absolute staples of barbecue. That’s why every competition will include a brisket category. For VRIC’s Great Texan Cook-off, we prepared four briskets. Two were cooked in a Big Green Egg XL and two in a Weber Smokey Mountain.