ChillaxBBQ Sunday Dinner for the family: definitely one to copy
Off we go today for fun and frolics at East Coast Lagoon. Incredible food at some of our favourite eating places on the planet. But then on the way home, whilst having giggles about Jude’s buggy being an airplane and me being the pilot, Jude asked the pilot to have dinner at home.
Of course, the logical thing to do was got have a ChillaxBBQ Sunday Dinner for the family. And so we did, in super fast time too. I impressed myself!!!
I literally sprinted to Cold Storage and grabbed what I could to make a fairly original menu today for ChillaxBBQ Sunday Dinner for the family;
- Heirloom tomato salad with balsamic dressing;
- Potatoes roasted with Ghee and Serrano Ham;
- Salami nibbles with Manuka honey and lemon juice;
- Wagyu steak with sea salt and Kampot pepper served with Hollandaise and fresh herbs; and
- Garlic bread.
I tell you what that is not bad for an impromptu knock-up for a Sunday feast, is it? Let’s have a looksie: ChillaxBBQ Sunday Dinner
Cube some salami get it in a pan with some Manuka honey and lemon juice, and marinate it. I could only do it in the pan as no grill on my BBQ. Charring is best, but not essential. Cook this until that honey is frothing and sticky. Hell yes: a cracker for the ChillaxBBQ Sunday Dinner.
Cube some salami get it in a pan with some Manuka honey and lemon juice, and marinate it. I could only do it in the pan as no grill on my BBQ. Charring is best, but not essential. Cook this until that honey is frothing and sticky. Hell yes!!! ChillaxBBQ Sunday Dinner.
A cracker of a dipping sauce. Chop up some fresh parsley and oregano, and stir in to some fresh Hollandaise sauce. BOOM ALMIGHTY!!! Great with the spuds and/or the steak. Just quality!!!
Here’s that tomato salad for ChillaxBBQ Sunday Dinner– ding dong. Some crunchy Romain lettuce, slide some Heirloom tomatoes, Spring Onions, and red onions. Drizzle with Olive oil, Balsamic, and lemon juice. Sprinkle a wee sea salt and Kampot black pepper on it, and give her a toss. Job done. Bloody brilliant my friends.
Oh my goodness, you have to try these spuds. Cleaned but unpeeled potatoes. Cube then and par-boil in slightly salted water. Drain and get in a roasting tray with a good wedge of Ghee, rip up a load of parma ham on top, and sprinkle with S&P. In an oven at 200 degrees until all are nice and crispy.
This is DROP DEAD, especially with that acidic dippy sauce. Die-die must try. It’s a belter!!!
I love my new BBQ on the balcony. Frying, baking, and BBQ’ing all in one. Love it. Beard is happy!!!
Ollie was there too – again on the camera tools. Happy camper family too. Jude made a good choice it seems, and everyone was happy to have their very own ChillaxBBQ at home for once. And Beard was happy to cook it too!!! Happy family dinners!!!
Busy grill. I like it!!!
For sure showing off with slapping the meat on the grill flaming. Love it, haha!!! Come on it was for Jude…
OK, OK, this one was for me.
The Salami nibbles came out dreamy. Honey glazed wither a little sour from the lemon. So, so good.
2 steaks. One well done for Mary and the kids. One medium-rare for Ollie and I. Ding, dong. Although Cold Storage your Wagyu has a long way to go to catch up to FoodieMart – big time. Anyways still came out absolutely cracking!!!