My Mom and I randomly decided to make a video of her recipe to her signature stovetop barbeque chicken. I thought I’d share it on here with you guys. It’s delicious so I hope you get a chance to make it yourself. There aren’t exact measurements for the ingredients because my Mom tends to alter the chicken each time to her liking. If you watch the videos you’ll get a good explanation on how to make it. Good luck 🙂
- Tomato sauce
- Barbeque Sauce
- Complete Seasoning
- Garlic Salt
- Black Pepper
- White Cooking Wine (Marinade)
Estimated Cooking Time: 40 Minutes
My good friend Priscilla decided to have her birthday dinner at Sa Ri One, a popular Korean restaurant in town, and in my opinion one of the best choices in the Tampa Bay area. The menu has lots of different choices at average prices. I tried Galbi-tang for the first time during this visit.
This appetizer was delicious =)
The beef bulgogi is so good here…I think it is my favorite place to have bulgogi in town. Lunch box (Sa Ri One’s fast food version) has my 2nd favorite.
I’ve never had this one…future blog post? 🙂
Sa Ri One gives a few side dishes with their meals.
Sweet-tasting Korean alcohol.
When I first got the Galbi Tang I was a little afraid to try it because it was boiling hot. Once I finally had some I found myself really intrigued with the taste of it. It has a plentiful amount of black pepper in it, which opened up my nostrils completely. The egg inside was great as were the vegetables they put as well. There was some bone from the galbi, but when I finally got to the Galbi meat…that was truly the best part. Completely tender and full of flavor. I wish there was more in there, but it was still great and extremely filling. It was truly impossible to finish this soup and the price was cheaper than ordering regular Korean BBQ. Another successful Korean food adventure.
A close up view…you can see some of the pepper.
Happy Birthday Priscilla =)
Until next time Sa Ri One.
Restaurant Name: Sa Ri One
Address: 3940 W Cypress St. Tampa, FL 33607
Phone Number: (813) 874-2911
After some work at the Hillsborough Democratic Party office we got to have a plate of food from Wholly Smokes BBQ. The macaroni and cheese was pretty good, the baked beans made just right. The chicken and turkey were also great, having a savory bbq taste. Just the smell of it makes you feel like you’re going to have a home-cooked meal. The cole slaw was pretty good, not too thick or watery in substance. Their dinner plates range from $8.75-$14.75, depending on what you like. It isn’t the cheapest BBQ joint in town, but makes some pretty good food.
Restaurant Name: Wholly Smokes BBQ
Address: 6803 North Armenia Avenue Tampa, Florida 33604
Phone #: (813) 935-5879