YouTube’s Top 10 Recipes from PMGK

Top 10 Recipes

PMGK’s Top 10 Recipes

How in the world could I possibly narrow down and decide what I think the Top 10 Recipes are, out of everything that I have filmed and posted?  Well, it’s easier than you think but just cracking off the top of my head, my personal favorites, isn’t going to cut it.  In fact, I’m almost certain, that your favorite recipes aren’t going to be the same as mine, by any measure.  So I decided to look at my statistics and take the pull of the most popular videos on my YouTube Channel.  And, wouldn’t you know it, the exact same results reflected on my website as well.  So, let’s take a look at the final results, together:

Top 10 Recipes

#10 of my Top 10 Recipes

This is my Lamb Chops with Aju recipe and it starts out with a quick trim of the fat, on a Frenched Rack of Lamb, then seasoned and seared on the stove.  It’s finished in the oven and topped with an Aju made from the leftover lamb crust in the pan.  I highly recommend this recipe as well as my Garlic Crusted Rack of Lamb, if you’d like another choice.

Top 10 Recipes

#9 of my Top 10 Recipes

This is beautiful Texas Style Beef Brisket.  Not only do I show you how to make this in your oven, with incredible results, I give you a fantastic rub recipe.  And this Brisket is so juicy and tender, you’ll swear a professional world champion expert cooked it for you.  But keep your eye out for my Tri Tip recipe coming out this next week, because I show you how to tweak this rub for that with similar results.

Top 10 Recipes

#8 of my Top 10 Recipes

This Steakhouse style Salted Baked Potato recipe is delicious and it’s so easy to prepare.  The most important part of this recipe is cleaning and seasoning the outside of the peal to insure you get that potato skin tasty.  And I show you how to do that so that it will compliment whatever toppings you decide to load on top.

Top 10 Recipes

#7 of my Top 10 Recipes

This is my Seared Salt and Pepper Ahi Tuna recipe.  It’s very easy to prepare and I give the ingredients to make a Wasabi Vinaigrette as well.  This is a great appetizer.  It can be served, as is, on a plate with the dipping sauce or topped over your favorite green salad, tossed with the vinaigrette as a dressing.

Top 10 Recipes

#6 of my Top 10 Recipes

This is my Potato Bomb Mini’s recipe.  And if you’ve ever made full size Potato Bombs on the grill or baked in your oven, then you know how tasty these can be.  I just show you how to make a smaller version with waxy potatoes.   I show you how to core the potatoes, stuff them with Mozzarella cheese and wrap them in bacon.  These can be cooked on the grill or in the oven.

Top 10 Recipes

#5 of my Top 10 Recipes

This is my Steamed Clams recipe.  Though this recipe ranks #5 on my channel, it is the #1 clam recipe on YouTube.  I use Littleneck Clams that are cooked to perfection and I show you how to make a garlic and butter clam broth that drowns the clams when they are finished.  I highly recommend adopting this recipe the next time your in the mood for fresh clams.

Top 10 Recipes

#4 of my Top 10 Recipes

This is my Garlic Mushrooms and Onions recipe and it is awesome.  These can be served on the side to compliment, practically, any dish; especially steak.  I also show you a fun alternative that is baked over the top of Texas Toast and cheese.  Give this a try the next time you need a vegetable side.

Top 10 Recipes

#3 of my Top 10 Recipes

This my Lobster Tail with Claws recipe.  It’s one of the best tutorials to watch if you’ve never learned how to prepare a raw lobster tail from scratch.  In comes in at #3 of the most popular recipes on my channel and website but it’s in the top 3 recipes on YouTube if you search Lobster Tails.  I also show you how to season and properly broil your tails as good as any seafood or steakhouse restaurant.

Top 10 Recipes

#2 of my Top 10 Recipes

This is one of the best Crispy Fried Shrimp recipes out there.  It’s a Southern style recipe that is currently the #1 fried shrimp recipe on all of YouTube and it has been for quite some time.  I show you how to peel your shrimp and how to prepare a semi spicy egg wash with a seasoned flour mix that gets the shrimp extra crispy after they are fried.  If you love fried shrimp, this is the recipe for you.  It’s also great in my Firecracker Shrimp recipe or what some people call, “Bang Bang Shrimp.”

Top 10 Recipes

#1 of my Top 10 Recipes

This Mongolian Beef recipe isn’t just the most popular video on my channel, it’s the #1 Mongolian beef recipe on all of YouTube.  I show you how to thinly slice the beef and the secret to getting the meat crispy when it’s fried.  But be sure to get the exact ingredients for the sauce here on the website because I don’t divulge all of the liquids mixed in with the soy sauce in the video.  This recipe can be used with chicken too, if you prefer, and I also use this sauce with my Mongolian Beef Ribs.

And there you have it; the Top 10 Recipes and most popular videos from my YouTube channel and website.  Be sure to check back for future posts and recipes.

Teriyaki Sauce – Asian Restaurant Cooking Secrets

Teriyaki Sauce

The Best Teriyaki Sauce

This is a fantastic Teriyaki Sauce recipe.  I’ve taken my knowledge and experience from my professional Asian American training and brought you something that you’re really going to love.  Usually I show you recipes that you can dumb down a bit to keep it simple, and you can do that with this if you prefer, but I highly recommend you add every ingredient I’ve listed down below so you can share in the excitement I have when ever I make an Asian dish using Teriyaki.  It’s bold and full of flavor yet not overpowering and with this perfect balance you can make it thin or reduce it down to make a thicker sauce.

I use Teriyaki Sauce in the following recipes: Teriyaki Beef Jerky, Teriyaki and Mesquite Shish Kabobs and my Beef and Broccoli with Teriyaki recipe.  I’ve also got a Teriyaki Chicken recipe on the way.  So if you’re interested in any of these recipes, just click each one and it will take you straight the original posts.Teriyaki Sauce

Restaurant vs Store bought Teriyaki Sauce

In case you don’t know, my Mongolian Beef recipe is #1 on YouTube and it’s very similar to this Teriyaki Sauce recipe.  In fact, I often get comments on m video from people that claim it’s just Teriyaki Beef but that’s not true.  True Teriyaki has Mirin and Sake in it and those two ingredients aren’t in my Mongolian Beef recipe.  That’s like saying Ketchup is just Cocktail Sauce even though it needs horseradish to make it so.  The truth is there are a hundred different Asian recipes that have a combination of many of these same ingredients but they all vary, quite a bit, from one another in flavor.  It just depends on the amounts you add of each ingredient and different tweaks here and there.  Restaurant Sauces, however, always go big and bold and they don’t have to worry about preservatives.  Bottled sauces do and it changes the dynamics tremendously.  That’s why it’s hard to find a real good Teriyaki Sauce in a bottle.  I would recommend that you go for the thicker sauces if you’re going to buy one, however.  They’re usually the best all around.

Be sure to check out some of my other Asian Sauce recipes like Potsticker Dipping Sauce, Chinese Barbecue Sauce and my Sweet and Sour Sauce.

Teriyaki Sauce Ingredients:

1 cup Soy Sauce
1 cup Mirin
1/2 cup Sake
2 tbsp Rice Vinegar
1 cup Brown Sugar
1 tbsp Hoisin Sauce
1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
1/2 tsp Ginger Powder

Combine all of the Teriyaki Sauce Ingredients and bring to a boil, reduce heat to a simmer and reduce for approximately 20 minutes until you’ve reached desired thickness.

Tempura Lobster Tails with Dipping Sauce

Lobster Tails

Awesome Lobster Tails

If you thought Shrimp Tempura was good, you’re going to go out of your mind with this Lobster Tails recipe.  Especially if you your a fan of good Tempura because you’ve got the best of both worlds right here.  As you may or may not know, Prawns and Lobsters are in the same crustacean family, only Lobster’s are generally much larger.  So, from my perspective, bigger is better and I show you how to make Perfect Tempura Batter, in one of my older posts, and take you straight to one of the best appetizers ever invented.

Lobster Tails

What size Lobster Tails to use

I’ve been seeing 4 to 6 oz Lobster Tails on sale in just about every grocery store that has a seafood department for only about $5 bucks a piece, lately.  So you really can’t go wrong with that kind of deal if you want to give this a try sometime.  Really you can use just about any size you want.  You’ll just have to adjust the cooking time if you get any thicker than what I’m recommending here for this Tempura recipe.  Just be sure you buy enough Lobster Tails because these things are so delicious and they go down fast.

Check out my other Lobster recipes:
Stuffed Lobster, Steak House style Lobster Tail, Lobster Ravioli Sauce,
Lobster Bisque, Red Lobster Crab Cakes, Poor Man’s Lobster

Tempura Lobster Tails Ingredients:

2 Lobster tails, pealed and de-veined
Pinch of Salt to taste
Oil for frying

Tempura Batter
1 egg yoke
1 cup Tonic or Seltzer Water, Carbonated is the key
1 cup Flour

Dipping Sauce
1 teaspoon Hoisin Sauce
1/2 teaspoon Garlic Black Bean Sauce
1/4 cup Orange Chili Sauce

Cook and submerge your Tempura Lobsters in Oil for approximately 5 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

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