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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Grilled Corned Beef and Cabbage Wraps with Chipotle Thousand Island Sauce

The kind folks at Char-Broil invited me to be one of their All Star posters again this year.  Thank you Char-Broil,  I feel very privileged to be included in your program. :)


For my first post there, I decided to go with corned beef and cabbage.  St. Patrick's day is coming up and even though I'm not sure that corned beef and cabbage have anything to do with the holiday, the grocery store was overflowing with inexpensive packages of corned beef. I couldn't pass it up! :)

This was a good chance to try out the new Char-Broil Grill Top Infusion Cooker too.  The topper can be used for smoking foods too but I wanted to try the "steam" feature this time.


I steamed the corned beef on low until tender then grilled napa cabbage, made Chipotle Thousand Island sauce, built the wraps and grilled them for an added "crunch".
If I posted this right...this link should take you to the recipe.
Char-Broil

...and this should take you to more info on the infuser..
Grill Top Infusion Cooker

I enjoy outdoor cooking, but when it comes to computers, I'm pretty much lost!


One note on the napa cabbage.  It's a bit sweet when grilled so I didn't add sugar to the Chipotle Thousand Island sauce.  I'm more of a savory fan.  Regular cabbage would work well too.

I'm looking forward to using this infuser again. I have smoked salmon or chicken or chops in mind... maybe steamed veggies or shrimp.  There are so many ideas running through my mind.  Fishing season is right around the corner too. Maybe I'll be lucky enough to bring home a few catfish to smoke.

If you get the time, hope you take a look at my first post. Thanks!








8 comments:

Chris said...

That's a neat cooker.

Peggy said...

Jeanie, Your post looks good, but, I didn't know they made 1 inch tortillas. Bet they would make great appetizers though. Really, they look delicious!
Peggy

cowgirl said...

Chris I like it.. hope to use it a lot this summer. Thanks. :)

cowgirl said...

Peggy Thank you! Should read 12". Not sure if I can edit that but will leave a note over there. Thanks so much!
Hope you are having a great weekend. :)

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Old Smoke said...

Looks good, Jeanie.
We also picked up a couple extra, they will become pastrami later this week. OH! btw thanks for the sauce recipe I'll be usin' that with the pastrami...;)
Have a good week

cowgirl said...

Thank you Hubert! I will take a look at your site.

cowgirl said...

Thanks Rick! Hope you had a great weekend and St Pat's day. :)