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Sweet Baby Ray’s Chicken Wings

I bought a couple of kilos of big chicken wings this morning and was racking my brains as to what to do with them when I remembered I had recently bought a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray’s Honey Barbecue Sauce.

Too easy – I chopped of the ends of the wings (used them for chicken stock) and poured half a bottle of the sauce over the wings and massaged it in.  Left them to marinate for an hour or two then roasted in the oven.  Simply sensational…

Chicken Wings

I lay them flat on baking paper and roast at 180c fan forced for 30 minutes then turn them over and roast a further 20 minutes. Sticky sweet and delicious – and only takes minutes to put together – these are the recipes I love…  🙂

Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Barbecue Sauce

Sweet Baby Ray’s Honey Barbecue Sauce

This sauce is fabulous – you can use it as a marinade or use it to baste your meat and sausages on the BBQ.  My cousin in America tells me it’s one of the best!  I buy this at LaManna Direct in Essendon…

Bon Appetit!

 

**Update – We have an Aldi Supermarket just opened near us and I found they sell Sweet Baby Ray’s Sauces in their American Section.

Teriyaki Beef with Toasted Sesame Seeds

This delicious beef dish is ridiculously easy to make.  We have this a lot in the summer as Simon grills the pieces on the BBQ.  I sometimes thread them onto skewers and serve with a Wasabi Cream.

You can also use chicken thighs if you wish but these have to be left on for much longer to ensure they are cooked though…

Teriyaki Beef

Ingredients:

500g Beef Fillet

1/2 commercially bought Teriyaki Marinade (we use Masterfoods brand)

3 tablespoons sesame seeds

Method:

Cut the beef into large cubes

Marinate in Teriyaki marinade for a few hours or preferably overnight

Grill over BBQ or fry the cubes in very hot frypan for a couple of minutes only – you want the beef to still be pink inside but charred on the outside

Dry fry the sesame seed in a non stick pan and sprinkle over the beef to serve

Serve with roti bread to mop up the sauce

Wasabi Cream:

1 teaspoon Wasabi powder

1 tablespoon of water

1/2 cup of sour cream

finely chopped chives to garnish

Mix the Wasabi powder and water together to form a paste

Stir in the sour cream

Garnish with freshly chopped chives

Bon Appetit!

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