Tasting Notes

This meal is an explosion of different flavours and textures. The BBQ pork kabobs are spicy and tangy, having marinated in Korean BBQ sauce. The grilled mushrooms have a nice woodsy taste, and the corn is sweet with a touch of char to it. The asparagus is crunchy.

The French Fries are crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside.

All of it adds up to a fantastic meal.

What You Need

12 cubes of pork tenderloin.

1/2 cup of Korean BBQ sauce.

1 teaspoon of Korean Hot pepper paste.

6 mushrooms.

3 fresh corns on the cob.

1 bunch of asparagus.

20 frozen French Fries.

2 medium-sized mangoes.

1 tablespoon of hot sauce.

1 handful cilantro.

Salt and pepper.

2 tablespoons of olive oil.

Equipment

2 wooden or stainless skewers.

1 medium bowl.

1 medium-sized baking sheet.

Method

Chop up your cilantro.

Cut the skin off your mangoes and cut into long thin strips.

Place the cilantro and the mango strips in a bowl, add your hot sauce and your chopped up cilantro, mix well. Set aside.

Take your BBQ sauce and mix well with the hot pepper sauce in a bowl large enough to put your cubed meat into. 

Mix well. Leave a bit for your French Fries.

Once done take your skewers and thread your cubed pork on them, six for for each skewer. Set aside and marinate for one hour.

Cut your corn into half, you will have six pieces.

Take your asparagus and break off the ends. You will be left with edible portion of the asparagus. It’s easy. 

You take a stalk of asparagus and put one end between your thumb and forefinger. With the other hand you snap the asparagus so that the wooden part is discarded.

Take your corn, mushrooms and asparagus and season with salt and pepper and drizzle some olive oil over the three veggies. Set aside.

Turn on your BBQ to high.

Put your corn on the BBQ and cook for 10 minutes. Then turn the corn over and cook for another 10 minutes.

Heat your oven at 425 degrees Fahrenheit and once it has reached the desired temperature put your French Fries on a baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes and then turn them over. In total they will take 20 minutes.

At the 10 minute mark add your mushrooms, asparagus and kabobs on to the BBQ and cook for 10 minutes.

At the five minute mark turn everything over on the BBQ.

At the 20 minute mark your fries, veggies and kabobs will be ready.

Presto, you are ready to plate.

Easy and delish.