Saturday, August 18, 2012

Sriracha Glazed Veal Chop

My dad's favorite condiment would have to be Sriracha. For those of you who have never heard of it, it's an Asian chili sauce that adds an awesome, spicy kick of flavor to many asian dishes. Recently, Sriracha has become a staple foodie ingredient, so I am constantly stumbling upon recipes that use it in sauces, glazes, etc. Tonight, since we were just throwing some veal on the grill, I decided to try glazing my dad's chop with a Sriracha glaze, and let me tell you, for those of you spicy fans out there, prepare to be wowed. Veal, a relatively delicate meat on it's own is given a serious kick with a Sriracha glaze!

To prepare your very own Sriracha glazed veal chop, you will need:

1 Large veal chop
Approx. 2T Sriracha
A touch of garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and cumin for a little extra punch of flavor

Simply combine the spices with the Sriracha in a bowl, rub the mixture all over your veal chop, and grill away!

Feelin' Frisky? Or maybe just not a fan of veal? Try a pork chop or lamb chop instead! Or even some chicken breast or tofu for all you vegetarians out there! And if you're feelin' really frisky, try a sweet and spicy glazed chop by adding some maple syrup into your marinade- we all know I'm a big fan of Walden Farms maple syrup! Pin It

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