Here is a really easy to make Cheese Steak recipe. This was inspired by Steven Raichlen, author of The BBQ Bible. As you’ll see, I substituted a beef fillet for a whole beef tenderloin.
Other ingredients include : Provolone Cheese, Grilled Onion, Poblano Peppers, and a homemade chipolte mayonnaise.
Here’s a really good twist to traditional stuffed peppers. We substituted spicy turkey sausage for the beef and used Cubanelle peppers instead of green peppers. This is by far the best stuffed pepper recipe I’ve tried… you will definitely want to try this one after watching the video.
* 6 Cubanelle peppers or mild banana peppers
* 1 egg
* 1/4 red onion, diced
* 3 green onions, chopped
* 1/2 package chopped spinach, drained
* 1/2 red pepper, diced
* 5 pre packaged Italian turkey sausages (casings removed)
* 3/4 cup Italian bread crumbs
* 1/2 cup cooked brown rice
* 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
* Cut tops off peppers and remove seeds. In a large bowl, combine the eggs, onions, turkey sausage, bread crumbs, cheese, spinach, red pepper and rice. Spoon into peppers.
* Coat the peppers with extra virgin olive oil and place on grill
* Cover and turn peppers until all sides have been slightly charred. Turkey meat should reach an internal temp of 170 degrees
* Serve with your favorite side dish
I had a lot of fun putting this video together for the Ballistic BBQ – “Youtube Outdoor Grilling Contest.” It was really nice to get outside and make something that reminds me of summer time. Babyback Ribs & Steak on the Weber grill… yum!!!
Hope you enjoy the video.
The grand prize winner gets a cast iron grill grate from craycort!!!
Dont feel like making a Taco Bell run? Try this Spicy Chicken Taco recipe and change things up a bit. This recipe is super easy and tastes really good.
All you’ll need is two split chicken breasts, taco shells, taco sauce, onion, hungarian hot peppers, yellow pepper, cheese, and lettuce.
If you are looking for County Style BBQ Ribs that fall off the bone and melt in your mouth, this is the recipe for you. All you’ll need is a package of Country Style Ribs, BBQ sauce, and some beer (or apple juice if you dont like beer).
“Country-Style” ribs are not technically ribs. They contain no rib bones and are cut from the blade end of the loin (close to the pork shoulder). They are meatier than other rib cuts which makes them great feeding a large group of people.
If you’ve never had Country Style Ribs, they are more like pork chops…more meat and less fat than real ribs, and should be cooked like chops, not ribs. Because they vary in size and thickness, they are hard to cook to an even doneness. They should be cooked low and slow in your favorite BBQ Sauce as you’ll see in the video.
I would say the average cooking time on a low heat or in a crock pot is about 2hrs.
Wow. Its been a while since Ive been able to put a new video together. Bad weather and a busted computer had me on the side lines for a while but we should be getting back into high gear within the next few weeks.
So to start things off, we decided to make a beef roast in the oven. This was extremely easy and you can use whatever seasonings you like. Hope you enjoy the vid and we’ll be back outdoors soon.
This video is off the hook! Wish I could take credit for it. Do not watch this if you have little self control!!!!!