Time again for the monthly installment of the WTF meal, also known as the 4-Ingredient Challenge. The four ingredients this month were turkey, cauliflower, cranberries, and flour tortillas. Nothing says Thanksgiving like flour tortillas…
I was apparently challenged at the produce store as well, and confused the four ingredients to mean that four colors of cauliflower were required as well. Fortunately we have a great produce store…
Ok, Pigdog is no longer reading this now that he’s seen that picture. Now I can show a picture of the turkey breast rubbed with garlic and sage, then smoked on the BS Keg for a few hours at 325°F without having to worry about him dropping by for leftovers.
Before you ask, we did take the hair net off the turkey before carving. The final plated meal of Smoked Turkey Breast with Cranberry Glaze, and Roasted Cauliflower was topped off with flour tortilla strips brushed with melted butter, sprinkled with a pinch of salt and ground sage, then baked in the toaster oven. See, I do know how to use indoor cooking devices…
Three out of four diners were very happy with the results, while the soon-to-be (at time of cooking, but no longer) birthday girl decided cauliflower wasn’t her thing.
As for the cranberry sauce, I cheated and let the expert (my wife) fix that; all I did was take the results and hit them with the immersion blender. For those that wish the recipe (one I highly recommend) it can be found in last November’s 4-Ingredient Challenge post. Quick tip: if you intend to turn this into a glaze, you must use the immersion blender right as it comes out of the oven and serve it hot.
As always, make sure you check out how the other bloggers handled this month’s challenge. And be sure and tune in again next month when the ingredients get real stupid (that’s right, I am responsible for the impending December Disaster).
About this month’s “On Our Grills” 4 Ingredient Challenge Bloggers
The BBQ Grail
The BBQ Grail website was created in 2007, initially to document the author’s quest to find the perfect backyard BBQ experience. Since that time The BBQ Grail has become one of the more popular BBQ blogs on the internet and is listed on Alltop.com as one of the top BBQ blogs.
Grill Adventures by Broadcast Marc
Grill Adventures by broadcastmarc was started in March of 2010. According to the author, he started the BBQ thing when he was 30, before that they ate a lot outside and had fun, but when kids came into their life they started serious cooking. Most of it is really healthy. The grill has a special place in his heart because they love to do things outside. Everything he makes is an adventure, and sometimes they use the books. They try to grill as much as they can year round.
Oshawa Ogre’s Views, News & BBQ’s
Wilfred is somewhat of a newcomer to the BBQ scene having only done standard grilling for most of his 50 years, He found and became passionate about Low & Slow about 2 years ago. and that passion also morphed into a second hobby which is writing. Oshawa Ogre’s Views News & BBQ’s has been a project that has taken on a life of it’s own and blessed him with many many new friends in the BBQ community on Twitter, facebook and through the blog.
The Dutchess Cooks
After years of cooking, grilling, baking and reading other people’s blogs, she thought “why not start my own blog?” And she did, in 2010, but after a short period of time a blog wasn’t enough and the she started her own website. In her own words: “It’s not my goal to publish or come up with fancy and difficult recipes: just good and delicious food with an international twist! Straight from my plate to yours!”