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Looks Awesome as usual. And Your Presentations are always outstanding.
I think Im cheating tonight. Im using the Weber instead to grill some shrimp.
"Hold my beer and watch this S##T!"
LARGE BGE DALLAS TX.
Unbelievable. Great job. How big is the cast iron skillet in your second photo?
Awesome presentation as always. I am surprised to see you frying on the egg after past comments you've made about that.
Awesome presentation as always. I am surprised to see you frying on the egg after past comments you've made about that.Good observation, Guru. In previous posts, I said I was opposed to deep frying. I think I cited a time I had a skillet up to about 1/2 inch to the top. If some spilled over to the fire, it would have been a disaster. If you'll notice the pictures above, the frying is shallow and very controllable. In the first picture, it's not much more than stir frying, and the second picture is really just sautéing.
1. Place the sugar and 1 t of lime juice in a heavy bottomed sauce pan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly with a sturdy wooden spoon, until the sugar has liquefied (be diligent in your stirring, or else the sugar will heat unevenly, leaving clumps that are a pain to dissolve without burning the caramel). Continue to cook until the caramel has reached a golden brown color (the caramel may still appear opaque, that’s ok). Be very careful. You have napalm in a pan right now.
2. Remove the pan from the heat and carefully pour in water. Stand back a bit as you pour, because the caramel is going to bubble, hiss, & splatter a bit.
3. Return the caramel back to the heat and stir to dissolve any remaining lumps.
4. Let the sauce cool a bit, then add the soy sauce, remaining 1 t of lime juice, grated ginger, chili garlic sauce, and grated lime zest. Carefully taste and adjust seasoning as necessary. After sauce has cooled completely, thin with additional water if necessary.
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Beautiful presentation Gary! Looks awesome
If an Idiot did this- what's that make me?
I've got to ask- How much time did you have to put into this cook? Did you save any for us?