BBQ'd Beef Skirt and Portabella Aspic

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BBQ'd Beef Skirt and Portabella Aspic

Post by Keymaster » Thu Jun 14, 2012 16:56

First I would like to thank the person who posted pictures of their aspic eggs that I sorta copied :grin: I cant find that post or would say who it was.
Heres my entry for an Iron chef contest on another forum ;)

BBQ'D Beef Skirt and Portabella Aspic

The required ingrediants

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Lets start with making some cornmeal Crackers

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Then on to the Skirt steak and Portabellas drizzled with Annies Garlic

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A quick use of the dremel made a easy job of opening the egg shells, emptied eggs and sterilized. Now let dice and slice and fill them eggs up.

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Don't forget the beef broth on the Primo Grill

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Add a little gelatin to the Beef broth and fill up the eggs.

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Heres the Crackers and Brie cheese

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I present to you, BBQ'D Beef Skirt and Portabella Aspic

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Post by w1sby » Thu Jun 14, 2012 17:36

That is awesome!

I am going to have to try something similar come Easter...
I already have planned on beet tinted (purple) deviled eggs.
Folks just never can tell what they may get when I am providing food. And they very seldom complain :grin:


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Post by ssorllih » Thu Jun 14, 2012 20:27

I love the presentation.
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Post by DLFL » Fri Jun 15, 2012 00:00

That makes a great item to catch your eye!
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Post by Keymaster » Fri Jun 15, 2012 00:18

The rules are you have to be able to taste all three required ingrediants in one bite and 80% of the cook must be done on the BBQ/Smoker.
I've made better tasting things on the BBQ thats for sure :smile:

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Post by Chuckwagon » Fri Jun 15, 2012 04:03

Hey everyone... Let's all vote for Aaron's (Keymaster) recipe in the BBQ Cookoff at this link: http://addictedtobbq.proboards.com/inde ... read=10718
He did a beautiful job. My vote puts him ONE ahead of his nearest competition... making Keymaster the leader ... SO FAR. He needs YOUR vote. Let's support our fellow member by clicking on the site and voting for his beautiful presentation.

Oh yes, and Aaron... you asked about the person who posted the original recipe... it was by my secret love... Malgos (Margaret), a moderator on the Polish speaking division of Wedliny Domowe. She's also registered on this site (English speaking). She is a beautiful woman with a wonderful spirit about her and a friend to all. Her post is here: http://wedlinydomowe.pl/en/viewtopic.ph ... ight=#9862
Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page and then turn over two more pages in the post.

To visit the Polish-speaking site of WD, simply click on the waving Polish flag in the upper right-hand corner of the index page. Good luck with the contest Keymaster.

Best Wishes,
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Post by Keymaster » Fri Jun 15, 2012 14:07

Thanks a lot Chuckwagon and Thanks so Much Malgos for the great Idea!! If anyone is inclined to vist the Addicted to BBQ forum I would only ask that you vote for the entry you think you like the best. A lot of these friends spent a lot of time and money to place a entry on the forum. Atleast visit the forum and check out the other entrys, some are really good!!

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Post by NorCal Kid » Fri Jun 15, 2012 17:17

Those look great, Aaron!
A lot of work ,but it shows in the final presentation!
:grin:

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Post by Maz » Fri Jun 15, 2012 18:30

Done :smile:
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Post by redzed » Fri Jun 15, 2012 19:57

You are quite creative KM! I checked out the original aspic egg recipe on the Polish blog that Malgos provided the link to and never, in a million years, would have associated it with a grilling recicipe! You are one that certainly thinks outside of the box.
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Post by ssorllih » Mon Jun 18, 2012 17:03

The vote is 8 to 6 advantage :keymaster.
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Post by Chuckwagon » Tue Jun 19, 2012 04:35

Yes! :lol:
Keymaster for Vice President! Hip, Hip, Hurrrrah! :roll:
Sorry Aaron, but we've already got DaveZac on the ticket for Pres. (2 yrs. ago)
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it probably needs more time on the grill! :D
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