Friday, October 07, 2011

The grillin goes on...


Two days ago I made a postin with some of the stuff I grilled durin that summer and I tought the grillin season is over more or less...

But yesterday evenin I tried something that was too good to keep it secret.

The Laphroaig Live event which was held in Sidney gave me some inspiration... they'd some recipes on the homepage where they worked with the help of Laproaig Single Malt Whisky...

At home I took me new cookin book and found a suitable recipe... instead of marinatin the onions with Jack Daniels, I used a Laphroaig 7 yo, Douglas Laing´s Premier Barrel Selection for the marinade.

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Whisky and steak - good combo

For the first try I took only one piece of entrecote, put it on the grill and seared it from each side. After that I put it on a water-soaked piece of cedar wood, covered it with the onions and put it back into the grill on medium heat to finish it to a core temperature of 58 °C / 136 F.

The smell which hit my face was incredible when I opened the lid of the grill....

It was the first time that I used some Single Malt for cookin but it'll definitely not the last...

A glass of Laphroaig was a good company for that dinner...

The smell's awesome

Ready to eat, looks perfect


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