Seoul City BBQ Shrimp Stirfry

Posted by Wine & Spice on 2/22/2017 to Asian

Making a stir fry is fun for the whole family. Who doesn’t love to eat with chop sticks? Spiralized zucchini and carrots are a great way to quickly cook veggies. You can also julienne veggies or cut as you wish. Shrimp cook very quickly, so this is a really easy meal to make.


I used rice ramen noodles which only need to soak for a few minutes to cook. Great addition to the spiralized veggies to add the texture and cut down on carbs.


Seoul City BBQ is a wonderful blend of demerara sugar, garlic, onion, sea salt, black pepper, sesame, soy sauce, ginger, Korean chile flakes, orange, turmeric and chives. This blend is fantastic on any protein—chicken, steak, pork or fish as well as vegetables. Seoul City BBQ is becoming a family favorite and pantry staple!


A glass of chilled White Zinfandel is great with this meal.


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Chicken Bahn Mi Sandwich

Posted by Wine & Spice on 8/25/2016 to Asian


Trying new and exotic spice blends is so much fun! I've never tried making a Bahn Mi Sandwich before. This sandwich is "street food" in Vietnam. I have seen them on menus at restaurants and in many cooking magazines. They looked great, but seemed very exotic to make—too many spices I would never use again. When Milford Spice Company introduced the Easy Bahn Mi blend—I jumped in.


The Easy Bahn Mi is salt-free and hand blended from demerara sugar, ginger, coriander, clove, cinnamon, red pepper flakes, sesame, black pepper and lemongrass. Great as a dry rub or marinade.


The final result was a sandwich with a complex layers of flavors—fresh, flavorful and delicious. This is easily a new family favorite. I marinated the chicken and made some quick pickled veggies.


We enjoyed an ice-cold beer with this sandwich.


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Seared Ahi Tuna with Wasabi Gremolata

Posted by Wine & Spice on 7/1/2016 to Asian

Seared Ahi Tuna is one of the most delectable dishes you can eat. It practically melts in your mouth. Of course I could eat this completely raw. If you are not a sushi fan, you can cook to your liking. I chose to use Big Easy Bourbon Molasses because of its smoky sweet heat. Hand blended with granulated blackstrap molasses, demerara sugar, orange zest, bourbon barrel smoked sea salt, garlic, onion, chipotle, paprika and bell pepper. Amazing on fish, chicken and pork!


I found this wonderful Wasabi Arugula at the farmers market. I have never heard of this variety. It tastes just like the wasabi you get at a sushi restaurant but without the heat! Fantastic.



A gremolata is the perfect accompaniment to use the Arugula in, it adds a nice texture to this dish. This version does not have any cheese typically found in this type of recipe. You can add parmesan cheese, parsley and garlic and use it to top a pasta. Delish!


I made sushi rice as a side for this meal—1 cup of short grain white rice, rinsed really well and 2 cups water. Cook per directions and then add 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar, 2 tsp sugar and 1/2 tsp salt that you have mixed together. Stir and you are ready to go!


A chilled glass of Pinot Noir paired perfectly with this meal.


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Seoul City BBQ Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Posted by Wine & Spice on 5/26/2016 to Asian


Seoul City BBQ is such a fun spice blend to play around with. This mix is hand blended with demerara sugar, garlic, onion, sea salt, black pepper, sesame, soy sauce, ginger, Korean chile flakes, orange, turmeric and chives. It is really great on chicken, beef, pork and fish. Also excellent on roasted vegetables. Using it is like traveling with your taste buds. Quickly becoming another favorite!


My kids have been begging me to make Chicken Lettuce Wraps, we love this at P.F. Changs. This is my version of that dish. Depending on your love of spicy, use more or less of the sriracha sauce.


An ice cold glass of Chardonnay is very tasty with this dish.


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Seoul City BBQ Chicken & Fruit Kabobs

Posted by Wine & Spice on 6/23/2015 to Asian

Seoul City BBQ is one of my new favorite spices. It is so flavorful and complex—sweet with a little bite! I decided to try it with chicken skewers and grilled fruit. It turned out wonderful and was great as a salad.


This is really easy to make on the grill. A light, family meal perfect for a warm summer day. The whole family loved it—fresh and cool!


I enjoyed a cold glass of Chardonnay with this salad.


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Korean BBQ Sirloin Skewers

Posted by Wine & Spice on 6/1/2015 to Asian

I used Seoul City BBQ to marinate a thick sirloin steak and made into skewers for grilling. This turned out fabulous! The flavor was fantastic—sweet and spicy with a great Asian flair.


This is really easy to make on the grill. A light, family meal that's fresh and cool—perfect for a warm summer day. I served this with short grain white rice and a slaw of cucumbers, cabbage, fresno pepper and Seoul City BBQ.


I enjoyed a cold Cass Korean beer with this meal.


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