If you have never heard of a spiedie -- well you are in for a TREAT!! A spiedie is meat(usually cubed like stew beef or pork) marinated in a very special sauce called "The Original State Fair Spiedie Sauce" from The Rob Salamida Co. Johnson City, NY (Near Binghamton). This company is THE ONLY place that you can get this product. Luckily if not in the area they now are available online at: http://www.spiedie.com/index.htm
. Order enough for the whole neighborhood - because as soon as you you start cooking - neighbors will be asking what smells so good!
OK - heres how to make a spiedie-
You will need:
A bottle or two of Original State Fair Spiedie Sauce.
Boneless pork loin - cubed in 2 inch square cubes.(substitute stew beef if you like, but pork is best)
Bamboo or metal skewers.
Your favorite Sub / Hogie Bun
A BBQ Grill.
First cube the meat and place in a glass bowl large enough to accomadate the meat and marinade. Shake and pour Salamida's"Original State Fair Spiedie Sauce" over the cubed meat. Cover and refrigerate, stiring occasionally. (Marinate overnight for best flavor) Place cubes onto skewers and fire up the BBQ! When the meat is fully cooked - slice the rolls from end to end(like a hot dog roll). For best results serve hot off the grill by placing the skewer of meat into the roll and hold the roll - while pulling the skewer from the meat, all in one fluid motion. I also recommend drizzling some fresh marinade over the top of the cooked meat for best flavor. (DO NOT use the marinade that you soaked the raw meat in, use a fresh bottle) Thats it - ENJOY!!