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Tailgate Fries with Sriracha Sauce plus a $500 grilling giveaway

 

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Tailgate Fries with Sriracha Sauce plus a $500 grilling giveaway

I’ve spent the better part of the past few months obsessing over my new grill. After going a year without one, sad faceing at the grill recipes I saw on other blogs, I finally caved and bought one. As a way to feel a little less guilty about taunting the grill-less, I’ve teamed up with a bunch of other fantastic bloggers to offer one lucky reader a fantastic grill package worth over $500.

Tailgate Fries with Sriracha Sauce plus a $500 grilling giveaway

Although we are on the waining end of summer grill season, we are rapidly approaching tailgating season. The Coleman NXT 200 is powerful portable grill that’s perfect for fall football adventures and the gift card is a perfect way to add some accessorites to your grilling good times.

I have this Cameron Stove Top Smoker, it’s perfect to use indoors as well as on the grill. A good grill brush is important for when you want to cook more delicate food, or grill a pizza.  And don’t forget a grill basket for those vegetables.

In the spirit of grilling and tailgate food, I’ve whipped up some grilled Tailgate Fries with Sriracha Buttermilk Cream Sauce. Enjoy, and don’t forget to visit the other great bloggers hosting this giveaway!

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Tailgate Fries with Sriracha Sauce plus a $500 grilling giveaway

 

Beer Marinated Steak with Porter Gorgonzola Butter

Ingredients

    For the Steak:
  • 1 ½ cups stout or porter
  • 2 tbs Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 4 New York Steaks or Tri Tip Steaks (choice or prime)
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • For The Butter:
  • ½ cup unsalted butter, softened
  • ½ cup porter
  • ¼ cup crumbled Gorgonzola

Directions

  1. In a small bowl, whisk together the beer, Worcestershire, onion powder, paprika and salt.
  2. Place the steaks in a baking dish, cover with the marinade. Cover and refrigerate for 6 to 12 hours, turning at least once while marinating.
  3. While the steak is marinating, make the butter. In a saucepan over medium high heat, add the ½ cup porter. Cook, stirring occasionally, until reduced to 2 tbs, 8-10 minutes.
  4. In a food processor add the butter and reduced beer, process until well combined. Add the Gorgonzola and pulse to combine.
  5. Add butter to a sheet of plastic wrap, roll into a log and refrigerate until solid, about 1 hour.
  6. Fifteen minutes before cooking, remove the steaks from the marinade. Place on a stack of paper towels, top with additional paper towels, pressing down firmly. Allow to dry for about ten minutes.
  7. Grill Method:
  8. Preheat the grill to medium high.
  9. Salt and pepper the steak liberally on all sides.
  10. Brush the grill with olive oil.
  11. Place the steaks on the hottest part of the grill until grill marks appear, flip. Once grill marks appear on the other side, flip again. Flip a total of 4 times to create a diamond grill pattern, keeping the grill closed between flipping. Test the temperature and remove when desired doneness is achieved.
  12. Allow to rest for at least 5 minutes.
  13. Slice the butter into 1 inch pats, add one pat to each steak.
  14. Oven Method:
  15. Preheat oven to 350.
  16. Salt and pepper the steak liberally on all sides.
  17. In a pan over medium high heat add the olive oil, heat until hot but not smoking. Add the steaks (two at a time) and cook on each side until a brown seared crust has formed, about 2 minutes per side. Avoid crowding the pan, cook in batches if necessary. Move steaks to a sheet pan or baking dish.
  18. Cook in the oven for 5-7 minutes, or until desired level of doneness. Allow to rest for at least 5 minutes.
  19. Slice the butter into 1 inch pats, add one pat to each steak.

Notes

Temperatures for doneness:

126°F Rare,

131°F Medium Rare,

145°F Medium,

154°F Medium Well,

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abby August 5, 2013 um 4:03 am

love to grill corn!

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Lisa Evanoff August 5, 2013 um 5:56 am

any kind of kebobs!

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Anna @ Crunchy Creamy Sweet August 5, 2013 um 6:00 am

These fries look amazing but the sriracha sauce is calling my name!
We love grilling pork ribs!

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JamieK August 5, 2013 um 6:11 am

Grilling is the best way to go in the heat!!

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Tieghan August 5, 2013 um 6:45 am

These fries look amazing and I LOVE those grill marks on them!! Plus, that sauce? Wow, that is calling my name!

Such a fun giveaway too!

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tiff August 5, 2013 um 7:55 am

Love to grill veggies! Those fries look so yummy and i love anything with sriracha!

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Marcia August 5, 2013 um 8:23 am

Nothing screams summer like grilled corn!

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Ashley – Baker by Nature August 5, 2013 um 8:33 am

Ohhh Jackie, these fries look incredible! And that sauce?! I’m in love!

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Jessie {Life As A Strawberry} August 5, 2013 um 8:39 am

These photos are amazing! I’m in love with the grill marks. We just got rid of our grill when we moved last summer and I HATE not having one anymore. I love grilling pizza and sweet corn.

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Babs August 5, 2013 um 8:54 am

Delicious sounding recipe. Must try!

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Shanna@ pineapple and coconut August 5, 2013 um 8:55 am

I LOVE big huge fat fries like these and I am a fan of anything with sriracha in it! bookmarking for later (plus I am crazy impressed you run two very successful blogs – you must be crazy busy!!)

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Valerie @ From Valerie’s Kitchen August 5, 2013 um 8:57 am

Kabobs!

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Maneesha Pradhan August 5, 2013 um 9:36 am

Lamb chops are my favorite.

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Leanne T August 5, 2013 um 10:27 am

I absolutely love a really good Rib Eye Steak,seasoned with a good rub! My favorite part is getting to gnaw on the bone!

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Wehaf August 5, 2013 um 12:16 pm

I adore grilled pineapple!

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cassie August 5, 2013 um 12:19 pm

We grill all year ’round but I have never grilled fries…will be doing that ASAP!

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Kelli August 5, 2013 um 3:29 pm

I want to grill everything and put that sauce on it!! I especially love grilled stone fruit. Peaches, plums, the best.

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Kelli August 5, 2013 um 3:29 pm

I want to grill everything and put that sauce on it!! I especially love grilled stone fruit. Peaches, plums, the best.

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Kelli August 5, 2013 um 3:29 pm

I want to grill everything and put that sauce on it!! I especially love grilled stone fruit. Peaches, plums, the best.

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Anne Kennedy August 5, 2013 um 4:18 pm

I grill so much ran out of gas half way through last night got o love neighbors who also love to grill!

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Anne Kennedy August 5, 2013 um 4:18 pm

I grill so much ran out of gas half way through last night got o love neighbors who also love to grill!

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kate C. August 5, 2013 um 5:14 pm

probably brats – yum!

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Des August 5, 2013 um 5:56 pm

WHAT?! Grilled Fries AND Sriracha Sauce?! I die.

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jenni August 5, 2013 um 7:24 pm

grilled pineapple is my jam

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Denise M August 5, 2013 um 8:32 pm

i love grilled sweet corn

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Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love. August 5, 2013 um 8:39 pm

I have never tried grilling fries, but it looks and sounds like a fabulous idea! I love grilling kebabs!

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Kim August 5, 2013 um 9:24 pm

I expected Siracha sauce to be red 😛
Looked delicious. I love how grilled those fries are!

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Mackenzie August 6, 2013 um 6:51 am

Favorite thing to grill: onions. And put them on everything.

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Nora August 6, 2013 um 7:13 am

smoked pork for pulled pork sandwiches!

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karen August 6, 2013 um 10:00 am

fresh corn!!

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Maggie August 6, 2013 um 1:29 pm

Honestly? Pineapple. Or filet mignon.

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Sarah August 6, 2013 um 7:19 pm

My favorite grilled food is peaches – or corn. I love California produce in the summertime!

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Andrea August 7, 2013 um 10:08 am

Filet mignon and provoleta ( very thick slice of provolone cheese with a hint of oregano).

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Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious August 7, 2013 um 10:31 am

Holy moly. Best fries ever! And that drizzle?!!! Swoon!

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Rob DeRosia August 7, 2013 um 8:52 pm

These fries look great, but my favorite grilled food would have to be medium-rare steak!

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Shannon C August 8, 2013 um 8:49 am

Brats! or pineapple.

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Kerry August 8, 2013 um 1:24 pm

Sriracha = love

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Lindsey D. August 9, 2013 um 11:18 am

I love grilled squash

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Monica August 9, 2013 um 9:35 pm

I LOVE grilled hot dogs and hamburgers and chicken and corn. 🙂 Also would like to try some grilling recipes I’ve seen also.

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Jackie August 9, 2013 um 10:16 pm

I haven’t heard that yet! I didn’t put the raffle copter together but I’ll try to figure out if I can see what happened.

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Amelia August 10, 2013 um 4:40 pm

I love grilling in the summer and I am very excited to try grilled peaches with ice cream.

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addie | culicurious August 11, 2013 um 8:25 am

My favorite grilled food is a burger! Yum, yum! 🙂

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Laura August 13, 2013 um 6:41 am

How gorgeous are these? Look at those grill marks! I love Sriracha sauces too, on pretty much anything. We’re going to our first NFL game this year (49ers vs Redskins) and will be tailgaiting. So, I’m super excited to try these!

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