With mother’s day around the corner, have you started planning for it? Instead of having to dress up and eat at overpriced restaurants out there, why not consider a BBQ at home? Just tell your mom “I’ve got it”, so she can spend the day doing things she otherwise wouldn’t have time for. Here’s a simple 3 course BBQ meal you can easily prep for without burning the house down.
Starter: Cabbage Kimchi
Grilling isn’t just for meat! Make your BBQ even easier by making a few side dishes on the grill. Has your mom been binge watching K-dramas during her free time? Or, all the time? Here’s something that will tickle her taste buds. Try your hands at making kimchi for her and you might just have her going “mas-issneun~”. Alternatively, if you don’t have the time, or is not confident to do a good job at it, you can simply get your BBQ cabbage kimchi from Sunday Roast.
Mains: Premium BBQ Grilled Meats
BBQ-ing meats can sound ‘meh’ and boring, when you BBQ with good ingredients, that’s a whole new different story. Additionally, check out some of our tips to make your BBQ meats look legit – with professional grilled marks. Here’s 6 Simple Steps To Making Professional Grilled Marks. To make grabbing a good BBQ meat more convenient for busy adults like you and I, simple order your affordable premium BBQ grilled meats such as the New Zealand Frenched Lamb Racks, BBQ Babyback Pork Ribs or Grain-Fed US Choice Angus Beef Ribeye from Sunday Roast. With an affordable premium BBQ catering selection range from Sunday Roast, you’re bound to get the bang of your buck and impress your mom at the BBQ this Mother’s Day!
Dessert: Quick Mango Sorbet
Try your hand at making a zesty passion fruit and mango sorbet. Since fresh fruits require more prep and are difficult to find ripened at the same time, go for the frozen fruit and juice. Not only are they readily available, they’re inexpensive, too. You simple need:
- 1 packet of frozen mango chunks, slightly thawed
- 1/2 cup passion fruit juice
- 2 tablespoons sugar
Simply place all ingredients in a blender, cover and process until smooth. You can then choose to serve it immediately or if desired, for a firmer texture, cover and freeze at least 3 hours. Viola!