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11 spiced bbq porkchops


Want something new on your dinner/lunch menu? Something that has the restaurant flavour but easy to prepare and execute? Well, if that sound you, you need to try this recipe. Its as easy as one two three… as we continue to create recipe on our 11 spice hotchips powder/bbq rub, we would like to share this recipe to you guys. . . . But before that, we will go with some healthy benefits of what ingredients we were using…Did you know that this recipe is mainly made with lots of garlic. Garlic can improve a person’s immune system. It has anti-cancer components that can prevent colon cancer and stomach cancer. People with more garlic in their food intake or diet have less riskof colorectal cancer or pancreatic cancer. Garlic supplementation can also reduce the development of cancer cells among people with family history of breast, prostate and throat cancers. Also, it is found that aged garlic lowers heart and intestinal damage common to chemotherapy patients…

So here is the recipe:

1 whole garlic chopped

2 tbsp 11 spice hot chips powder

1/4 cup light soy sauce

Salt and pepper

1 whole lemon juice

1 kg pork chops

4 tbsp olive oil

1/2 cup water

Procedure:

1. Marinade by combining all ingredients together. (Mix all ingredients except pork and mix well, then combine pork) Let it set for 24 hours or overnight

2. Your choice- pan grill or bbq.

3. Brush with remaining marinade mix. Enjoy!!

GP’s Oven Grilled Pork Ribs


Hello guys…. Want that restaurant style bbq pork ribs but dont know what to do and where to start! Wanting that amazing flavour and spice to that pork ribs? With our goal of “bringing the restaurant flavour to your home” by using our range of GP kitchen products, we will make that dish happen. Thanks to our GP kitchen Chef Noris, making your life easy in the kitchen by using one of the GP kitchen sauce- The Vinegar Dip & Marinade. … Ok, We are so excited to share the recipe, are you ready??here we go: All you need is ff:

1 x slab pork ribs, salt and pepper, 3 tbsp soy sauce, 3 tbsp raw sugar, 1/2 cup GP’ Kitchen Vinegar Dip and Marinade…

Procedures:

In a tray, rub all ingredients together and set aside for atleast 1 hr. pre-heat oven at fan grill settings at 250 degrees celcius. Oven will he really piping hot and Carefully place the tray inside oven and timed for 12-15 mins, flip and time for another 10 mins. Thats it, Yes, its easy as as that. Served with your favourite blanched or steamed vegetables and GP’s Kitchen Vinegar Dip and Marinade… enjoy!!!

Bbq Chicken Wings


bbq……..Who can resist a chicken barbecue? If you can, well I can’t!!!! Its my favourite! We, Filipinos loves to eat barbecue especially when there is a family or group outing, barbecue on the beach, on the park or even barbecue at hone. For me, the best part of chicken when it comes to barbecue is probably the “wings”. Aside from its easy to be cooked, I like deboning while eating it. Believe it or not, my little daughter can finished this chicken barbecue wings (yes, as shown on the picture) . How about you? Do you love barbecue?………………………. Did you know that chicken is rich in selenium, another antioxidant-rich nutrient. Selenium in chicken has been shown to induce DNA repair in damaged cells and eliminate abnormal cells. This nutrient also activates an important antioxidant vital in cancer prevention, known as glutathione peroxidase, from proteins. Consuming chicken may help in the prevention of cancers.

Ingredients: makes 12-15 skewers

  • 1 kilogram chicken wings – cut in half
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup sprite or soda
  • 1 tbsp lemon or calamansi juice
  • 1 tbsp fish sauce
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup ketchup
Dipping sauce:
  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 1/4 vinegar
  • 1 small shallots chopped
  • 2 pcs chopped chillies
  • 2 pcs minced garlic
  • salt and pepper

Procedures:

  • in a container, mix all ingredients except pork meat. mix well then add in chicken and rubbed evenly
  • place 4 pcs of chicken wings meat on a skewer(bamboo stick should be soaked to water for at least 2 hours to prevent from burning)
  • best marinate for atleast 3 hours before grilling. brush the remaining marinade mix upon grilling your bbq..
  • Enjoy!!

Kid’s Pork Barbeque


It’s my version of pork barbeque, specially made to catch the attention of kids. On my observation, In general most of the children loves to eat something sweet. Who’s children cant resist on a marshmallows, chocolates and many more. So I made this barbeque more on the sweet and saucy side. It is a combination of soy sauce and banana ketsup with an asian twist by adding a fish sauce on the marinade mix. believe me, once you place this on a charcoal grill, every single car or vehicle that pass by on your garage will smell this wonderful barbeque aroma………………..Did you know that pork lessen its fat contents by the method of charcoal or oven grilling. Although pork is associated with lots of heart related diseases such as arising of hi-blood pressure. You might also consider that pork is a good source of vitamins and minerals such as riboflavin, potassium and thiamine. Thiamine, along with other B vitamins, works to produce energy from the carbohydrates you eat. It also helps to keep your eyes, skin and hair healthy and works to maintain your nervous system………..

Ingredients: makes 15-20  sticks depending on your desired size of barbecue

  • 1 kilogram pork meat – thinly slice
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 1/2 cup dark soy sauce
  • 1/2 tsp achuete powder
  • 1 cup sprite or 7 up
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp fish sauce
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 1 tsp of salt & pepper
  • 3/4 cup banana ketsup

Procedures:

  • in a container, mix all ingredients except pork meat. mix well then add in pork and rubbed evenly
  • place 4-5 pcs of porkmeat on a skewer(bamboo stick should be soaked to water for at least 2 hours to prevent from burning)
  • best marinate for atleast 3 hours before grilling. brush the remaining marinade mix upon grilling your bbq..
  • Enjoy!!

Pork Barbeque on sticks


Pork barbeque….this is a very popular street food in my country. You will find this food in almost every corner of streets especially during afternoon time. It is great for snack and “pulutan” (appetizer) for alcoholic beverages such as beer and wines. On that same food stall, we are also selling all kinds of BBq, to name some, we have, Paa ng manok(chicken feet), Betamax (blood of pig), Bbq intestines (chicken or pork) and more….

Did you know that Pork is the number one dietary source of thiamin and it offers an impressive amount of vitamin B as well. Pork is naturally low in salt and a rich source of good quality protein…But too much eating of pork especially its fat can lead to some serious health problems.

Ingredients: makes 12-15 skewers

  • 500 grams pork meat – thinly slice
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup sprite or soda
  • 1 tbsp lemon or calamansi juice
  • 1 tbsp fish sauce
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • 1/2 cup ketchup

Procedures:

  • in a container, mix all ingredients except pork meat. mix well then add in pork and rubbed evenly
  • place 4-5 pcs of porkmeat on a skewer(bamboo stick should be soak to water for atleast 2 hours to prevent from burning)
  • best marinate for atleast 3 hours before grilling. brush the remaining marinade mix upon grilling your bbq..
  • Enjoy!!

 

Kid’s Party Chicken Barbeques


kids barbequed wings (683x1024)Kid’s Chicken Barbeque…………Still part of my daughter’s kids menu, I already post starter’s such as “fried wonton and vegetable sticks” and posted desserts such as fruit kebab and kids cupcake. Now lets go with my kid’s little main dish. Barbecue wings. (oooppss, sorry it’s not in order, should be starter, salad, main and desserts etc).  As we all know, most of the children can not say no to barbecues, we’ll my daughter can’t! To attract the children’s palate, I used banana ketsup as add-ons to my marinade mix, banana ketsup simply have a very good smell and sweet flavor once you grill your chicken barbeque. Must try!…………………………….Did you know that chicken is rich in selenium, another antioxidant-rich nutrient. Selenium in chicken has been shown to induce DNA repair in damaged cells and eliminate abnormal cells. This nutrient also activates an important antioxidant vital in cancer prevention, known as glutathione peroxidase, from proteins. Consuming chicken may help in the prevention of cancers.

Ingredients:

  • 1.5 kilogram chicken wings – cut in half
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup sprite or soda
  • 1/2 cup banana ketsup
  • 1 tbsp lemon or calamansi juice
  • 1 tbsp fish sauce
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • salt & pepper to taste

Procedures:

  • in a container, mix all ingredients except pork meat. mix well then add in chicken and rubbed evenly
  • Best grilled using charcoal. or just simply use oven barbeque.
  • best marinate for atleast 3 hours before grilling. brush the remaining marinade mix upon grilling your bbq..
  • Enjoy!!

Restaurant Tour – Food City


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Last week I posted on my restaurant tour – Nandos chicken, If you will recall, The reason why I am only posting 5 recipe each week is because of the peri peri chicken which has been part of our weekly cycle menu. Today, I will be posting the other reason – The Food City in Northcote shops. My family is very addictive to this meal. Its a chinese – hongkong style roast pork with bokchoy and soy noodles. Valued at only 8.50 nzd, believe me, you can not finish the meal as it is good for sharing. So we share this meal as I add 4 pcs of honey chicken barbecue to complete a very reasonable and huge dinner. The line up of their menu is just priced at 5.00 nzd to 11.50 nzd on which you can choose a wide variety of asian – hongkong cantonese style cooking. the restaurant might not suit for special occasion as the ambience is food court. But for those family who had a tight budget and want to enjoy the same cooking in higher class restaurant. this is the place to be……………

They are located at:

Food City

Northcote shopping Center, northcote Shops

Food City has twelve outstanding food outlets on two levels:

Level 1

Curry Corner – Indian Food

Thai’d Krub

Curries & Kebabs

Saika – Japanese  Cuisine

Khun Pun – Thai Food

Jiang Nan – Chinese Cuisine

Level 2

A & P Café n Bar – Drink & Desert House

IndoPlus Foods

Britomart Japanese Food Bar

Fu-u Roast & BBQ

Malaysian Noodle Bar

Price Range: Average meal costs $5 – $12

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