First I would like to thank Pitmasterx ( Jalapeno Hot Sauce)for giving me a starting point for the salsa and Tonybel (Sponge Bob recipe) for the chicken marinade. I did make my own adjustments to the recipes but thank you to those 2 for great ideas. I added pics in my album of my arson
which are all Hand me Down from my brother BobBrisket :clap2:.
For the chile salsa I used my own homegrown jalapenos and pretty much followed Pitmasterx recipe. I added some of my own homegrown habaneros, mustard, and beer to the recipe since that's it how we like it in Texas.:-o It also has about 15 jalapenos, garlic, onions, olive oil, 3/4 cup water, apple cider vinegar, cane sugar, salt, habaneros and beer which were my own touch.
The chicken marinade I used some of the ingredients used in Tonybel's recipe which was Mayo, 3tbs soy sauce, 3tbs Worcestershire sauce, 4tbs hosin sauce (I used the spicy version spicey), and chicken seasoning. My own adjustments involved my own home grown Rosemary, basil, a few mint leaves, my own dried long red chile (crushed it), lemon grass, and some McCormick's chicken seasoning and
McCormick's Chipotle seasoning. A little went a long way on everything.
I cut up some potato wedges and soaked them in salt, pepper, garlic powder, and Italian Dressing.
The salad wedge was a lettuce wedge, chopped tomato, red onion, salt, pepper, and ranch dressing.
This was my first time doing all this as I am a little new so I was up early as I knew I might be a little bit on the slower side :becky:
Everything was excellent and brought a smile to my face seeing the old folks loving and gobbling it down.