Marinade in a zip lock bag with the Secret Sauce just covering the meat for 1 –2 hours.
Best BBQed for 10-15 minutes (for med) flipping once. Baste when turned. If roasted in oven, preheat @450, place in a roasting pan, turn temp down to 375 and baste ever 5 minutes- for 15 minutes (for med). I sometimes turn on the broiler at the last 4 minutes to give crisp the edges. Check for your desired temp-red is rare, pink is medium, and brown is well doneJ
Best accompanied with:
- Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Cut sweet potatoes into cubes, toss in a bowl with a bit of canola oil, pepper, just a bit of salt and some crushed red chili peppers (the amount is at your discretion---but just a sprinkling is a must!). Preheat oven to 400. Place cubes on a cookie sheet-spread them out. Cook for 5- 10 minutes (they should be sizzling a bit) then loosen and turn with a spatula---(shake ‘em up a bit). Continue to cook for 5- 10 minutes more---they should be crispy on the outside and tender in the middle. For color: chop up a red bell pepper and add to the bowl of potatoes before seasoning. The red and orange look great together on the plate. And don’t forget: sweet potatoes are better for you than white ones
- Fresh Baby Spinach
It must be the baby leaves. Toss with some feta cheese (any flavor is good) and chopped apples (Macintosh is best in this salad) and a bit of balsamic vinaigrette, toss well before placing on plate. Some additions for this salad are walnuts (caramelized) and dried cranberries.
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