This is the beef that I BBQ’d last night…
I had a mock tenderloin, I put it in the marinade with soya sauce & ginger overnight. Then, I took the meat out of the marinade (discard the marinade) & put the meat on the BBQ. I seared the meat on all sides, then moved it off the heat to continue cooking. Using an instant meat thermometer, I checked the temperature a few times as I did not want to overcook the meat. It came out perfect & delicious.
Many people ask me "how did you do that?" "will you show me how?' So I decided to make a blog about what I cook and bake. I am in no way a professional cook, but I love to feed people and try new things as well as making the "old foods"
My friends are wonderful cooks, each with their own 'specialty' and i will be having guest cooks here, showcasing their favourite things to cook as well!!
I hope you enjoy this blog and maybe decide to make some of these foods yourself! I am always available to answer any questions you might have about anything you see here. Some of my recipes are unique to me but most are not. They are all recipes I have found in a variety of ways, some are old family recipes that date back decades and some are new ones!
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[…] I am sure that this marinade would be good on chicken as well. There is vinegar in it so I think that it might not be good for a soft protein like fish, if you do want to use it on some salmon, I would not marinade it for long…but I bet it would be good on tofu!!! Then you can grill the pieces of tofu or roast the tofu in the oven! Here is a link to the beef I made with this marinade Beef on the BBQ […]
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