Those photos I attached on this update, it wasn’t served at a restaurant . We do celebrate the moon- fest a few days ago for diner on our balcony. While barbecue basics are the same, from the most inexpensive home setup with nice quality barbecue from scratch at home so you can relax while it slowly cooks at the right temperature. But the best way to experience barbecue is to eat it right off the grill with the different marinade-sauces. So it must be time to use the grill!
This grilled kebab features chunks of beef short ribs and plenty of sliced chunks of sweet white onion. All marinated in a vibrant koku mori yakiniku sauce for three to six hours on the fridge. The Japanese yakiniku sauce from the grocery was sweet- saucy and had a nice balance of flavors in it.
What kicks my pork barbecue’s taste up quite a few tricks from my aunt Lourdes barbecue sauce to mix up the pineapple juice together with mother best barbecue sauce and its hard to find here. So I made my own sauce and mixed with the pineapple juice. I have been away from the Philippines for decade now and a little trip down memory lane where street food is just a couple of steps away. But it does take a little bit of time to marinate,,,so be patient.
The night before you plan on barbecuing, prepare your pork ribs. The longer you let it marinate the better the taste- click here if you want to try my own recipe (BBQ Pork Ribs). So be patient when it comes to preparing these mouth-watering meat delight.
A large portion of beef sirloin, simple marinated in salt and pepper and rubbed with yakiniku sauce.
Chicken leg in marinated miso sauce
German black pork sausages
Had some seafood meat drizzle with salt and lemon juice!
Of course mid-autumn festival is not complete without eating the moon cake. They just so simply delicious and I always go for original taste.
We also made special toasted marshmallows, when you pull a toasted marshmallow off a stick all you get is melt on your mouth! Kid's love it!
Mochi on a stick with peanut powder.