It's been a while since I posted a meal, so... I present my Sunday Dinner for your viewing pleasure..
Someone bought me a Webber "Cooking With Open Fire" cookbook for my B-Day, and there are some really good recipes in it. Sorry Steve... (Your books are still the best).
I wanted to give Paella a try, truth be told.. my wife pointed to it and said "You're making me this.."
So you start off by cooking down some onions and garlic, then adding broth, salt, pepper, tomatoes, and Saffron threads and simmer a bit to fuse all the flavors.
Cut up some peppers, grabbed the sausage, chicken thighs, shrimp, and a few other goodies and head out to the kettle:
Got my prep station ready and fire up a chimney full of kingsford:
Seared the Sausages and then moved them to the indirect side and cooked the thighs over direct:
Moved them off to my cutting board and started the peppers in the cast iron skillet with Olive Oil:
Cut everything in to nice 3/4" chunks
Someone smells grilled Chicken thighs:
Once the peppers are done I poured in the broth I made earlier, stirred in the rice, and buried the Chicken and Sausages:
Cooked that for 15 minutes and then tossed in the shrimp, added a little more broth and cooked it another 7-8 minutes until the shrimp was nice and pink.
Served it right at the table in the cast iron skillet:
Couldn't have been happier with the way it turned out. It was a big hit with the family.
Got to find more recipes that use the cast iron on the grill, lots of fun making the entire meal on the grill.