Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Super Bowl Recipes from the Chef's At The Chef's Academy Morrisville

Chef Eric's Beef satay and Pickled Jalapeno Buffalo Wings with Green Chili Ranch
Beef Satay
Skirt steak  1#
(or whatever cut you have around does not need to be tender)                                               
Soy sauce 1C
Ginger 1T
Garlic 1t
Scallion sliced  1T
Red onion 2t           
Sweet Chili or chili paste 2T
Parsley, chopped  1T

Place the beef strips in a medium-sized bowl and pour all ingredients in. Let soak for 1 hour. Grill to medium rare and pound flat. Cut the meat into strips as to fit on your squares. Refrigerate until service. Reheat in oven with a dollop of your favorite sauce on each piece of meat. Leave in oven just enough to heat the center. Remove and hit with the chopped parsley, enjoy!

Coffee BBQ Sauce
espresso  1/2 cup brewed
ketchup 1 cup
cider vinegar  1/2 cup
light brown sugar 1/2c
onion, white 1 cup
Garlic  2 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
Jalapeno  2ea.
dry mustard 2T
Worcestershire sauce 2T
ground cumin 1T
chili powder 2T

Simmer all together for 20 min over moderate heat, puree and strain then cool.


Pickled Jalapeno Buffalo Wings with Green Chili Ranch

Chicken wings, tips cut off: 18 each
Pickled Jalapeno Juice: 4 cups
If you cannot get enough juice from the pickled jalapeno jar, bulk up the jalapeno juice with white vinegar and pickling spices.
Wing Directions:
Line up the chicken in a large shallow dish, and then poor over the marinade or combine all in a zip lock bag. Make sure all wings are covered by the pickling liquid and place in the fridge for at least one hour. Do not let the wings marinate more than 24 hours as the juice will begin to cook the chicken.
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.  Oil the rack set of the oven and place a foil-line roasting pan below it.  Arrange the chicken on the rack and bake for 30 to 35 minutes, or until cooked.
If you would prefer to fry the wings, go for it!
Green Chili Ranch:
For every 1 cup ranch, blend ½ cup canned green chilies.

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