We are trying to eat more fish around our house and Brent likes them planked. He says it takes the fishy taste out of it. If it's not crappie that's fried...we plank it!!
Recipe type: Main
2 slabs of fresh or frozen Tilapia about 6-8 oz.
2 tsp. each Zesty and Asian Ginger
1 onion sliced thin
1 peach sliced
1 cedar plank, soaked
Soak your plank for a couple hours if possible. place sliced onion on board.
Season fish with Ellbee's and fold in half, place on top onion. Lay peach slices around fish. Put in oven, on grill or under low broil (8-10 minutes) until fish is flaky , about 25 minutes in oven or grill on medium heat 325*
I got a little creative this time around and got out my pressure cooker. It was so darn easy I will do it the next time to.
Place in the pressure cooker your chicken thighs, these were even frozen.
Slice your vegetables and put your Ellbee's Garlic in, open the soup and pour that in, add the water, shut the lid and turn it on high for 20 minutes. Turn off the burner and let cool for 1 hour. The chicken will literally fall apart. I then take the biscuits and cut them in 4's. Open pot up and bring back up to a rolling boil and drop biscuits in and stir. Let cook for 15 minutes until they are done. Serve with a light side salad.
Roll eggplant in egg and then breadcrumbs and place on baking pan that has been drizzled with olive oil. Mix red sauce and Tuscan Ellbee's together and dollop healthy amount on each piece. Top with cheese and sprinkle with Parmesan.
Place in oven @ 350 for 30 minutes. Mix up a simple side salad and some Famous Ellbee's garlic bread and it's a meal!
Soak plank in water for at least an hour before using. Preheat grill for medium-low heat. Combine all ingredients except scallops, in a small bowl. Put scallops in mixture and toss until coated. Place plank directly over fire for 5 minutes, turn. Lay sea scallops on hot side of plank. Allow to cook for 35-40 minutes. Remove from heat and serve.