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Pork Keebobs

Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,411
edited 5:52AM in EggHead Forum
Or maybe Heeeeee-bobs!! They were excellent. Here is what I did...give it a try![p]Cut up two country style loin ribs (looked like big bone in pork chops). I cut them into small strips and chunks. Marinated in sesame oil, peanut oil, oyster sauce, chinese black pepper sauce, shallots, lemongrass, garlic, soy sauce and wine. Also a teaspoon each of crushed corriander seeds and telllicherry pepper.[p]Cut up yellow pepper, vidalia onion, and mushrooms and marinated quickly in peanut oil, sesame oil, soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar and pepper.[p]Threaded meat and veggies onto skewers, and grilled at 400 direct for about 5 minutes a side. These were AWESOME!! The meat was cooked perfectly, and loaded with flavor. The peppers and onions were oh-so sweet. The meat was nicely charred, but tender and moist inside.[p]Nothing like a huge success after a couple of mediocre experiments. Use whatever marinade you want, but try doing heee bobs with marinated pork and veggies. It's a winner. Heeeee![p]Happy Friday!
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  • sprintersprinter Posts: 1,188
    Nature Boy,[p]Sounds great. I've been thinking about what to do with the pork loins that I have in the freezer, KEEBOBS sound awesome. Cut them up into chunks and they would make great skewered meat. I love vadalia onions also, cant seem to get enough of them and we eat a ton while we can get them.[p]Did you lay them directly on the grill? My sister gave me one of those grill skewer racks that work great. Its a square of metal with little indentations on it where the skewers are laid. Makes it real easy to turn them, rotate them etc., I think it holds 6-8 skewers, pretty handy doohickey. She found one that fits the medium perfectly, cant beat it and not that expensive.[p]Troy
  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,411
    Just laid them flat. I used these turkish stainless steel sword style skewers. Flipped once and they were nearly perfect. Moved them around a bit at the end to get them evenly cooked, but overall it was simple and effective!! Next time I might do the peppers and shrooms on seperate skewers, and meat and onions alone. The veggies cook a bit faster than the meat, and the kids don't like black edges! [p]I did one skewer with just meat and onions (ran out of veggies), and it was way cool the way the meat sort of joins together in a little sear party. Ends up looking like the pieces are attached together all along the length of the skewer. Was purty. No film left in the camera though.[p]Happy Hee Bobs!
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