Take it to the Grill {Giveaway}

World of BBQ with Chef Matt Basile

It’s officially summer when you get to bust out the grill and create tasty meals in the outdoors. We are looking forward to learning tips and tricks from Chef Matt Basile, author of Street Food Diaries and we want you to join in on the fun.

We’ve shared our favourite grilling sauces for you to try below!

Join the conversation {Giveaway}

Drop-in BBQ Twitter Party

While we’re grilling and doing some hands-on learning with Chef Matt, we want our Twitter followers to be a part of it. The next best thing to inviting everyone to Toronto is to host a simultaneous Twitter drop-in party.

Drop-in online at #EatWellCanolaOil anytime on Tuesday, June 23 from 6 – 9 pm EST while we meet in person with Chef Matt Basile. No need to stay all night, pop into the online conversation at any point and let us know you’re following along.

We will be sharing BBQ tips, asking for your BBQ faves and best of all, if you join in, you’ll be entered for prizes.

Starting Tuesday afternoon, you can also enter below for an additional chance at prizes.

Bonus Extra {Giveaway} for the GTA

Do you live in the GTA? Watch for a special “retweet to win” at 6:15 pm EST on Tuesday, June 23 from @CanolaEatWell with an awesome prize from @dinealonemusic AND @havensounds.  You must be 19+ and available to attend a special event on Friday, June 26 in Toronto.  This bonus {giveaway} will end at midnight on June 23, 2015.

Top 5 Barbeque Sauces you need to try this summer!

Chimichurri Sauce

Chimi Sauce | www.canolarecipes.caChimichurri is a green sauce used for grilled meats and goes great with grilled seafood.

It’s originally from Argentina and once you taste it you’ll know why they we are obsessed!

It is made of finely-chopped parsley, minced garlic, canola oil, oregano, and white vinegar.  It can also have red pepper flakes.  Ideally, you are using fresh herbs in this sauce.

We have three for you to try: Chimmichurri Marinade and Sauce or Chimichurri Pork Tenderloin or Chimichurri Beef Kabobs.

Romesca Sauce

Romesca Sauce | www.canolaeatwell.comRomesca Sauce is a nut and red pepper sauce originally from Spain that is typically eaten with fish.

It uses roasted or raw almonds, pine nuts, roasted garlic, canola oil, peppers and stale bread.

Try this with scapes slightly charred on the BBQ or grilled asparagus.  Dip and serve.

 

Green Sauce

Green SauceKnown in Italy as Salsa Verde, France as Sauce Verte and Mexico as Salsa Verde – we call it Green Sauce.

Essentially it is a cold rustic green sauce made of green herbs like parsley, garlic, vinegar and oil.

Depending on the country of origin you may be adding capers, mayo, tarragon or using tomatillos.

 

Classic BBQ Sauce

Canola Buckwheat Honey BBQ Sauce | www.canolaeatwell.comA classic BBQ sauce usually has tomato paste or ketchup as the base with spices, herbs, onion, garlic, canola oil and some type of sweetener – sugar, honey or molasses.

The amount of vinegar, sweetness and spices change the style of the BBQ sauce experiment and have fun tasting.

Our Canola Buckwheat Honey BBQ Sauce has a twist using a strong tasting honey – Buckwheat.  If you can’t find buckwheat honey, use a plain honey instead.

 

Rhubarb BBQ Sauce

Rhubarb BBQ Sauce|www.canolaeatwell.comOnce you have tried Rhubarb BBQ Sauce, you might never go back to a traditional sauce.

This sauce starts with classic BBQ sauce ingredients like tomato sauce, brown sugar and vinegar. Then it transforms into a zesty zingy sauce with the addition of rhubarb, onions, garlic, Chili powder and cayenne pepper.

This sauce is as good on burgers as it is on pulled-pork, meatloaf and vegetarian stuffed peppers. It’s bound to become one of your family favourites.

Eat Well…Ellen
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20 thoughts on “Take it to the Grill {Giveaway}

  1. I like to grill veggies, steak, chicken, burgers and sausages. Anything tastes better when cooked on the grill.

  2. I will grill almost anything. Love my steaks, grilled potatoes, and fresh Pineapple is awesome on the grill

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