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Thread: Asian Grilling

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    Default Asian Grilling

    I've been requested to grill something for my daughter's bunko party. She wants something asian. I've never done asian before. Any Suggestions? maybe in the wrong forum.

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    How about you give us some clues here. How old is your daughter and what kind of asian food is preferred.
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    Stir fry in a grill topper basket. green beans, pork,beef, chicken seafood, onions, carrot, mushrooms.

    marinate in dark sesame oil fresh grated ginger, grated garlic, lemon grass, Ponzu, soy,sriracha, mirin...

    any and or all of the above, in any combination.

    Asian baby backs are good too. Smoke some BBSW for a couple hours at 250 then glaze over fire with commercial asian BBQ sauce, or make your own with ketchup ( or hoisin), honey, soy, grated garlic and ginger. How much grated garlic and grated ginger you add would depend on how adventurous the guests are.

    You could also deep fry some crab and cream cheese stuffed won tons.

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    Did you learn that from your lovely daughter in law? I really miis the real stir fry from my days in Thialand. Nothing like that here. Even Lanna Thai food is not the same. I think its the different fresh veggies and spices that we just can't get here.

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    No, actually, very little of that is Viet. They really don't do much stir fry, but they do do a lot of grilling.

    I learned most of that by trial, error, and copycatting.

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    i do up some brasing ribs in a korean bbq sauce that are frickin good, had it last night as a matter of fact, also i have some kick butt recipes for wonton soup that my dad taught my daughter along with chicken balls and everything else chinese, guess it depends on what part of asian food you are talking about, let me know, like i told you guys before im having a cook off between me and my oldest son (josh) up against my dad and erin, we are doing q/bbq and they are doing chinese (apparently my dad has to much time on his hands to learn how to make all of it. hense we are no where near oriental. but all i know is its good sh@#

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    Quote Originally Posted by tectulsa View Post
    I've been requested to grill something for my daughter's bunko party. She wants something asian. I've never done asian before. Any Suggestions? maybe in the wrong forum.
    Any other parts of the world have Bunko parties?

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    I know a lot of locations have bunko squads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Any other parts of the world have Bunko parties?
    Yep. SIL is big in Bunko, and there are a few women's groups in my church who are into that. But Karen decided a long time ago that Bunko was just a load of bunk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX Sandman View Post
    Yep. SIL is big in Bunko, and there are a few women's groups in my church who are into that. But Karen decided a long time ago that Bunko was just a load of bunk.

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