The flank steak is one of those overlooked cuts of meat, but cooking it on a very high heat with the right tips can make this meat perfect as the Carne Asada. Seasoned with cumin, brown sugar, coriander, paprika, and much more, this dish from Chef Billy Parisi is a Mexican favorite. Watch this Grokker Premium video and all of Billy's videos in his Prime Cut series.
2. Easy Dinner: Tender Slow-Cooked Brisket
If you're looking for the prime rib of barbecue, it's the brisket! Given a lot of time, brisket will come out to be one of the tenderest meats you've ever had. Chef Billy Parisi shares this special rub that makes this dish a star. You'll want to watch how this dish, mixed with tons of spices, comes out in this Grokker Premium video. Watch all of Billy's Prime Cut series videos.
3. Cranberry Glazed Turkey Breast
You've got to try this recipe for an amazing flavor-packed turkey that is perfect for a holiday family meal! Author and Food Blogger Whitney Bond shares her family recipe for a turkey breast that includes a 3-part flavor process that starts with a brine, then a spice rub and finally a sweet cranberry glaze. Watch all of Whitney's holiday Grokker Premium videos for more delicious recipes.
4. Bacon-Wrapped Smoked Turkey
This recipe calls for many ingredients and some planning, but the finished turkey’s rich, smoky flavor and juicy meat is more than worth it. First, the turkey is brined in a cider-spice brine to season it inside and out. Then, it gets rubbed with butter, honey, and a barbecue spice rub. Next, it's wrapped in bacon and smoked on the grill. As the bird finishes cooking, it gets spritzed with apple juice to beautifully burnish the skin and keep the meat moist and flavorful.
5. Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Fresh Herbs
At last, fried chicken that can be served as fine dining. All you need are a few secret ingredients, the right recipe, and a more refined presentation to turn this homey dish into an elegant meal. In this Grokker premium video, Executive Chef David Lawrence shares how to prepare his signature buttermilk fried chicken from his restaurant 1300 Filmore in San Francisco.
Who doesn’t love crunchy golden fish and chips? It’s the best. But I’m certainly not about to fill up a frying pan with hot oil to make this dish for one or two people. In this gluten free oven fried version the fish and chips maintain all of their golden crispy goodness without all the extra fat and calories. Once you see how easy this one is to throw together I’m pretty certain you might be ditching your usual lunch fare in favor of this pub classic a bit more often.
If your garden tomatoes are taking their sweet time to ripen, consider eating them green! Here's an easy recipe for this Southern classic. Enjoy!
10. Seitan and Vegetable Curry
Whether you are a newly converted vegetarian or born vegetarian looking for a great source for protein, Seitan (Say-tan) provides yet another option to your meal planning. Made from Vital Wheat Gluten, this completely vegetarian item has the texture, and depending on the flavoring, the taste of meat. Try this versatile Seitan recipe for curries, stir-frys, grilling…the options are endless.