Showing posts with label Broiling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Broiling. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Bruschetta Goat Cheese Sliders

With Super Bowl Sunday coming right around the corner I am always looking for great recipes to serve at my super bowl party and this is a old one but a great one.  I thought to my self what do I have in my freezer that I could make that had the burger feel. However, because I live in the land of La La, I try to watch what I eat. So when I am making burgers, I always try to do sliders. This way I get to eat the guilty pleasure of a burger and it is not supper big. So if I eat one slider with fries or chips I am full.

Tip Of The Day: Before going to the Market Check the sale advertisements
mine comes out On Tuesday Night at Midnight online for my local Ralph's or Vons Markets. I See what is on sale and stock up on my Meat Poultry and Fish and I freeze it. This way when you have that inspiration or are reading a recipe on my website you already have the ingredients available.

Bruschetta Goat Cheese Sliders

Makes 8-10 Sliders

1 pound Ground Sirloin
½ chopped Red Onion about 1cup finely chopped
1 teaspoon garlic powder
½ teaspoon Salt
½ teaspoon pepper


8-10 ½ teaspoons of  Bruschetta spread make sure it's gluten free
8-10 ½ teaspoons of Goat Cheese

1 Bag of Gluten Free Dinner Rolls Sliced Horizontally


Grill, Frying Pan or Grill Pan
Large Bowl for Mixing
Platter or Plate one for patties Cooked one for Raw patties

Mix first 6 Ingredients together in bowl. Next form16-20 thin patties, so you can meld together after placing filling on top. Next sprinkles Bruschetta and goat cheese on top of thin patty.

Then place other patty on top and squish together so you do not see the filling. Next place on grill for 3-5 min a side until desired wellness. When Cooked place on Gluten Free Roll and serve with chips

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Cowboy Steak or Tri Tip a meal anyone will enjoy on the BBQ

So Summer has come upon us and here in Southern California we are in the middle of June Gloom the Sun might come out after 4 p.m.; if we are lucky  However, with Fathers day just yesterday I thought well I better share with you what I served last year for my hubby and Miss J for fathers day. This is a great recipe to grill either with your broiler or with your outdoor grill.  I love using my broiler, hubby does have the traditional Weber Grill that burns wood or brickets. However, I love my broiler and its very little clean up.  I also served it with creamed corn .

Plus a simple spinach salad with sliced eggs, crumbled  bacon and this dressing.

Tri-Tip with a simple Dry Rub(1) 3 pound Tri-Tip
3 tablespoons Granulated Garlic
3 tablespoons dried onion
2 tablespoons Salt
2 tablespoons Pepper

Preheat Broiler or Barbecue to 500+ Place Broiler on lowest setting.

Take Meat and Bring to room temperature this takes about a hour or so before cooking it could take up to an hour and a half with a 3 pound Tri-tip.

Next start Seasoning with Garlic, Salt, Pepper and Dried Onion on both sides

After meat is room temperature take a Instant Read Thermometer I use an All Clad Meat thermometer I really love it. Next place in the middle on the side of theTri-tip so probe is perfectly centered in beef both horizontally and vertically.

Cook at 5 min per side per pound so I cooked mine about 15 min a side 

Until meat thermometer reaches 145-155 that's medium will be brown on edges and pink in center.

Let rest 20 Minutes before cutting and serving.