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Old 01-24-2010, 08:19 AM   #1
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Default Steaks Grilled With Keawe Wood.

Interesting recipe using keawe wood, similar to mesquite but has a stronger flavor. I think I'll give it a try this week.

Ribeye steaks up to 4 lbs
2 Tbsp crushed or miced garlic
2 C Shoyu (Aloha)
2 Tbsp Hot mustard (Colemans)2 Tbsp Mesquite or Keawe honey
1 Tbsp Butter or margarine, Melted
Mesquite charcoal or smoking chips.
Cooking InstructionsCombine:
All ingredients together. Melt your butter in the microwave with your honey. Add it to the other stuff let it soak at least 20 mins. Then fire up the grill with Keawe charcol or if it's a gas grill throw in some keawe chips and start grilling making sure you get some of that smoke on the meat. Additional Comments:
You can use what ever type of meat you want it will work for chicken,beef,fish or pork etc. You don't have to use keawe or mesquite honey or charcol chips but it taste best with it. Got this recipe when I was watching lets go fishing long time ago, so I didn't create it.
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Old 01-25-2010, 07:58 AM   #2
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"...similar to mesquite but has a stronger flavor." Holy carp.

I had to look up Shoyu. Interesting.

Thanks for sharing!
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