Transcript for Chef Rocco Dispirito demos how to make curried skewers and no-bake cookies
the chef at the standard grill and "The New York Times" best-selling authorment how to make tasty dishes with ingredients from our garden. You got the garden or store. Why is it better to take it from the garden. It's the ultimate in local, fresh, right? It's something you've grown yourself. It's basically free when you grow it yourself so it's obviously the best thing you do. Nothing more fun than going outside if you go out with your kids and finding out what grew overnight. What appeared overnight magically. Here today we'll use things to make skewers. Pull some stuff out of your garden. Cherry tomatoes. You can use Roma tomatoes. These are jingle peppers, start with seedlings if you want. Skip a few weeks and grows super quick. Skewered. At the standard grill we do a lot of skewering. People are really into snacks that are skewered? You thought this right here so they don't burn. Then I forgot to mention that so bamboo skewers are great if they're soaked in water and give you a half hour before they burn on the grill. We're using chicken tenders and mixing peppers and tomatoes in here. This is Greek yogurt. It's high in protein. Like a 5%. 5% -- oh, you know your yogurts. I eat some yeeg gut in Greek yogurt has a little lactic acid that will tenderize things and this is curry paste, red, green or yellow. Curry paste is a really good favor cheat. It adds a lot of flavor without doing a lot of work. You'll see it turns yellow and this is marinated -- ready immediately. And some basil, Mintz. Also from the garden, by the way. Nice. Cool. So this is where I think I mess it up. Wow. You're wrapping that tender. Exactly. So it gives it cull gnarly flair. We can play around with that and put a cherry tomato in the middle. When you put it on the grill, how long. I always dry out especially -- When you're grilling anything talking about a quick cook method and these will grill five to ten minutes in total so two, three minutes on each side. Keep turning it and make sure the grill is super hot. This is amazing to me. No bake chocolate chip cookie. How is this from a garden. So maybe the ail moppeds could come from a garden if you live in the caribbean, cokeout. Almond meal, coconut nectar, almond flour and so basically all mixed together and the siren is a part of this, you know. It is. Grilling with our garden in new York City pretty pristine. Almond flour, coconut meal. These are regular chocolate chips. I love these, no waiting. You go straight into eating. Your kids will love making this and you basically mix it together and get a lump like this, pick off a piece and make yourself a cookie. Roll it up, eat it and put the strawberry from your garden. Which grow very easily and fresh whipped cream. These would be gluten-free, no grain? All health and all from your backyard. This is what I love when you come here. If you want more mountieful vegetable, Miracle-Gro performance organics promises to deliver. Go to our website for these recipes and we'll be right back.
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