Recipes

Impress Dad With These Tasty Grills

Sa'idah Jaffar | June 6, 2017

PREP 1 Hour COOK 1 Hour SERVES 4

Ingredients:

SALAD

100g rocket leaves

1 fennel bulb, shredded

1 red onion, sliced

2 oranges, segmented

DRESSING

2 tbsps wholegrain mustrad

2 tbsps lemon juice

2 tbsps extra virgin olive oil

POTATOES

4 russet potatoes, washed and scrubbed, boiled and cooled

4 tbsps unsalted butter

Salt and pepper, to taste

4 tsps onion powder

A small tub of sour cream

Chopped spring onions or chives

8 pcs aluminium foil (12cm x 12cm each)

MEATS

4 pcs ribeye (180g each)

8-10 chicken drumsticks, make small slits at the thickest part

8 chicken sausages

1/2 cup TGI Friday’s BBQ sauce (Available at Cold Storage)

Method:

  1. SALAD AND DRESSING. Combine dressing ingredients together in a small glass jar and set aside. Just before serving, gently mix rocket leaves with fennel and red onion. Place onto serving plate. Add orange segments and drizzle dressing over.
  2. POTATOES. Cut cooled cooked potatoes in half. Place the cut side down on a piece of foil with a tbsp of butter. Using a knife, make a cross on the potato.
  3. Cover the bottom part of the potato with foil and press the foil tightly at the base to open up the cut portion. Season with salt, pepper and onion powder.
  4. MEATS. Make a slit on the thickest part of the chicken drumsticks. Marinate chicken with barbeque sauce for 30 mins.
  5. Season the ribeyes with salt and pepper.
  6. Spray hot grill with cooking spray. Place all the meat, chicken, and potatoes on hot grill. Lightly brush steaks for 3-4 mins on each side, longer for well done. Grill sausages for 3-4 mins or until cooked.
  7. Just before serving, spoon a dollop of sour cream onto the potatoes and sprinkle spring onion or chives. Serve beef, chicken, sausages with salad and dressing on the side.

TIP: Accompany the steak with herb butter by mixing softened butter with salt, black pepper, mixed herbs, and minced garlic. Place butter mixture on baking paper, shape into a cylinder and refrigerate. Cut before serving.

Find this TGI Friday’s BBQ sauce at your nearest Cold Storage outlet!

For a quick step-by-step tutorial on the recipe, view the video below!

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