I have been waiting to fire up the Wok on the Weber for months and I think I found the perfect recipe. We take those mildly spicy and oh so flavorful shishito peppers, give them a light coat of oil and then char them in a nice, hot wok.
How To Use The Weber Wok
Next up its time for a sweet, savory and vinegary dipping sauce, then it’s time to enjoy.
Yield: Serve 2-4 People
Prep time: <5 Minutes
Cook time: 5-7 Minutes
Cook Temp: 550˚ - 600˚ Grill and Wok Temperature
Measure Ingredient Prep Notes
1 Bag Shishito Peppers, Fresh 8 oz bag, washed / dried
1 tbsp Oil, Canola/Olive Blend
1 tbsp Tiki Tiki, 5280 Culinary as garnish after blistering
½ cup Sweet Soy Sauce
¼ cup Orange Juice
2 tbsp Rice Vinegar, Seasoned
2 tbsp Fire Honey, 5280 Culinary
1 tsp Ginger, Fresh, Ground
Wash All Vegetables prior to use
Clean and sanitize all cutting boards and prep surfaces prior to use
Read all manufacturer’s instructions before using grills, blenders and any cooking tools
Clean Weber Grill Grates and ignite Weber, adjust temp to 550˚ - 600˚, add Weber Wok while grill is heating up
While grill is heating up – prep Peppers and Sauce as follows
Wash in cold water and dry
Lightly Coat with Canola / Olive Oil
in a small stainless steel mixing bowl add:
Soy Sauce, Orange Juice, Rice Vinegar, Fire Honey and Ginger.
Mix well and hold in the fridge until needed
Open the grill and carefully add the shishito peppers to the hot wok, watch for any signs of flare ups
Using a long pair of tongs, carefully stir the peppers to ensure all side of the skin blister and get charred
Continue to cook in the wok for 5-7 minutes or until all sides of the peppers are charred to your desired doneness
Once Charred to your desired doneness, turn off the grill and remove the peppers using a spoon
Place peppers into a parchment lined bowl
Season to taste with the Tiki Tiki rub
Serve with dipping sauce and devour
Shelf life is 2 days – always check for freshness before enjoying.
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