Basic ingredients: Turkey mince. Jalapenos. Lite cream cheese. Lite Cheddar. Bacon. BBQ sauce.
Basic how-to Armadillo: Hollow out the jalapenos. Mix the cream cheese and cheddar. Add into that mix cut-up bacon if desired. Stuff hollowed out jalapenos. Wrap said jalapenos in turkey mince. Coat with BBQ sauce. Wrap a slice of bacon around the turkey mince. Coat against with BBQ sauce. Cook.
Basic how-to Broccoli Slaw: Cut and grate 1kg of broccoli. Add mayonnaise, apple cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, spring onion, raisins, and pine nuts.
4. BBQ Chorizo Brussel sprouts (recipe) with Jalapeno poppers (recipe)
Basic ingredients: Brussel sprouts. Chorizo.
Basic how-to: Chop Brussel sprouts in half (can semi-cook them in a pot first and smash — not essential. I don’t do it.). Slice Chorizo into pieces, cutting at an angle. Chop Chorizo pieces in half. Mix in a bowl. Then BBQ until sprouts are brown/golden.
Basic ingredients Jalapeno Poppers: Jalapenos. Lite cream cheese. Shredded Cheddar. (Bacon if desired). Garlic powder.
Basic Jalapeno popper how-to: Cut jalapenos in half, hollow out seeds. Fill with the garlic powder, bacon, shredded cheddar, and lite cream cheese mix. Bake, or wood smoke until cheese is golden brown.
Basic ingredients — Chicken: Boursin cheese. Chicken breasts. Mozzarella. Prosciutto or thinly sliced ham. (To make the Boursin more budget-friendly, mix one together with a lite spring onion cream cheese.)
Basic Boursin how-to: Tenderise chicken breasts. Cut to desired size. Add a few spoonsful of Boursin. Sprinkle Mozzarella over the top. Wrap chicken around the Boursin. Wrap chicken in prosciutto. Bake or wood smoke.
Basic how-to — Cabbage Apple salad: Shred Cabbage. Slice apple. Mix. Add sauce made up of wholegrain mustard, honey, lemon juice. (Can add rocket, shredded carrot, yogurt and/or mayonnaise)
Enjoy these Dad Delicacies! Happy Father’s Day for all year round!
Rod, his wife Jonda, and their five kids are homeschooling veterans. Rod spent 12 years in management at Koorong, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Ministry & Theology, and is a writer for the theological, politically edgy news site Caldron Pool. Rod also writes for the Spectator. Find his personal blog here.
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