We have all heard about red robin menu or other dinner parties. What about a Red Robin Grilling party? Picture this: Summertime, warm sunshine, gentle breezes- the perfect time to get outside and enjoy grilling some food.
Red Robin works like this: The first person may have drinks at their house possibly using a snack. This person may fire up their grill and also have wiener winks. Wiener winks are small hot dogs which can be wrapped up in a dough. These can be easily wear your grill and cooked. Set the wiener wink’s on the huge platter with ketchup and mustard off aside. Enjoy having an ice cold beer, soda or water. Everyone active in the Red Robin party now would go to the second house.
The second house can launch their grill while everyone enjoys another beverage. Obviously each house must have lawn chairs and/or picnic tables or patio sets designed for each of the guests to sit and relax. Depending on how so many people are invited for the Red Robin, around this house there might be another grilled snack. A delicious item is bacon wrapped chestnuts. The subsequent recipe is marvelous:
Bacon Wrapped Chestnuts
What you should need:
1 cup ketchup
1 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
16 ounces bacon, sliced
2 (8 ounce) cans water chestnuts, drained
Fire up the grill and let it heat to 350 degrees. Next, grab a saucepan and combine ketchup, brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce. You need to heat this mixture just to boiling. Now cut the bacon slices into thirds. If you locate large water chestnuts, slice them by 50 percent. Wrap this type of water chestnuts in bacon and secure with toothpicks. Position the wraps in a 9 x 13 foil pan which is safe for your grill. Pour sauce over. Grill for 45 minutes.
In order to save time and be able to take advantage of the guests, this individual may desire to prepare the bacon and sauce ahead of time so that all that needs to be performed is beginning the grill and grilling the food.
The next person’s house should be the main entree. This individual can decide to grill steaks, hamburgers, Italian sausages or whatever he/she chooses. With the steaks set out any delicious sauces that exist may be set out for your Round Robin guests. Hamburgers and Italian sausages add the choices of onion, ketchup, mustard, pepper rings, etc.
If there are other guests someone can bring a side dish like potato salad and another person can bring a big salad.
The last house needs to be the dessert. If children are attending the party and the person’s home/yard includes a fire pit this can be the perfect time to let children toast marshmallows. Everyone can sit round the campfire and revel in jqyvew conversation. The dessert made on the grill can be grilled pineapple. This recipe is easy and thus delicious. With all the food you and also the guests have been eating, this pineapple is really a nice and light dessert.
What you will need:
1 fresh pineapple – peeled, cored and cut into 1 inch rings
1/4 teaspoon honey
3 tablespoons melted butter
1 dash hot pepper sauce
salt to taste
Once the pineapple is peeled, cored and cut into 1 inch rings, install it in what time does red robin open. Next, add the honey, butter, hot pepper sauce and salt. You now want to ensure that the bag is sealed tightly. Shake the bag so the sauces is all around the pineapple. Marinate overnight.
Fire up the grill to high heat. Lightly oil the grate. Cut pineapple slices into wedges. Thread onto skewers. Position the skewer of pineapple directly to the grates. Grill for two – 3 minutes on either side so you will see grill marks on the pineapple. Adjust recipe for more guests, if required.