Armenian Pork Khorovats

Armenian Pork Khorovats (+Others!)

Armenian Pork Khorovats (+Others!)

This was a difficult week to choose which cook to write up in detail but the Armenian Pork Khorovats won in the end!

This recipe is from the Posh Kebabs cookbook:

The Prep:

In a bowl I mixed onion, garlic, red wine vinegar, olive oil, oregano, chilli flakes and smoked paprika then added sliced pork loin, mixed well and left in the fridge for 24 hours

The Cook:

A full chimney of charcoal poured into the base of the Napoleon Pro 22. Nice clean grates ūüėČ

The pork was threaded onto my skewers from Forge Kitchenware then placed over direct heat.

Armenian Pork Khorovats

I turned these every couple of minutes and the cook took around 8 minutes total.

Armenian Pork Khorovats

Time to Eat:

Served with a parsley salad: Parsley, spinach, spring onions, tomatoes, red chilli, rapeseed oil, lemon juice and zest:

Armenian Pork Khorovats

It looked and smelt fantastic, I was looking forward to this!

Armenian Pork Khorovats

SUMMARY:

This was such a good meal, so quick to prepare and cook. Ideal for midweek. It looked great sat on the salad and tasted fantastic. The Posh Kebabs cookbook is definitely worth buying.
 
Cook Difficulty: 2/5 
Cook Duration: Quick: 1/5
Cook Equipment: Napoleon Pro 22
Cook Method: Direct
Charcoal: Stag Charcoal Mixed Hardwood
Smoking Wood: None
Cook temperature: Hot!
Cook time: 8 minutes
Internal temperature: 65¬įC
Notes: Make it again!
 

Also cooked this week:

Gochujang pork burger with cucumber kimchi 

This recipe is from the White Meat cookbook:

I almost chose this for the detailed cook above, it was so good!

The finished article – the outside of the burger was rolled in gochugaru flakes before it was grilled which gives it the colour. 

Gochujang pork burger with cucumber kimchi 

I didn’t make the kimchi from the book as I had some Korean kimchi in the fridge to use:

Gochujang pork burger with cucumber kimchi 

Grilled in the big Petromax griddle pan:

Gochujang pork burger with cucumber kimchi 

Burgers ready to grill:

Gochujang pork burger with cucumber kimchi 

The awesome cast iron grates on the Napoleon Pro 22:

Gochujang pork burger with cucumber kimchi 

This was such a good burger, definitely, definitely do this one again!

Korean fried chicken:

I know I said it on the last cook as well but this one almost made it as the detailed cook for this blog too as it was so good!

This recipe is from the White Meat cookbook:

 
In the recipe you deep fry this but I cooked it round the vortex, I wasn’t sure how it would come out but it was awesome. The flavours were just fantastic!

Korean fried chicken

Zoom in:

Korean fried chicken

Closer still!

Korean fried chicken

Dirty Korean fries too, my wife made these up and they were cracking:

Korean fried chicken

What a meal, totally blew me away. Another one that is definitely recommended!

Detroit Pizzas:

Attempt number 3! This time it was a recipe by Mozzafella.

Whisky oak staves in the Ooni Pro:

Detroit Pizza

Dough bubbling away:

Detroit Pizza

Dough part baked, toppings on and cooked:

Detroit Pizza

Red sauce then chopped basil:

Detroit Pizza

Bit of a Frico crust:

Detroit Pizza

Ready to eat:

Detroit Pizza

This one was so tasty and the cook method worked really well but my dough didn’t rise properly! Maybe the yeast was dead, I will test it and try again. Getting closer!

I say it every week but wow, what a week of food. This was all so good!

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