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2. QUAN ỤT ỤT BBQ & BEER: Roasted Ostrich + Au Jus Gravy + Giant Deviled Eggs + Giant Buffalo Wings
ADDRESS: 47 Xuan Thuy street, Thao Dien Ward, District 2, HCMC, Vietnam
OPENING HOURS: 11:00AM – 10:30PM
SOCIAL: @quanutut

?ROASTED OSTRICH: Defeather and clean the ostrich. Place in a large container with a mixture of red wine, water, salt, pepper, garlic and sugar and let it marinate for 26 hours. Cut off it’s head and wings and put aside. Rub and stuff the bird with garlic, herbs, basil, thyme, oregano and a secret Quan Ut Ut ingredient. Put the bird in the BBQ pit and smoke for 2 hours with jackfruit wood. After, pour more wine inside the tray with the ostrich and add onions, carrots, water, BBQ power and thyme. Finally, put a towel on the ostrich and cover it with foil. Place in the BBQ pit for 16 hours at 78 degrees. Take the cooked bird out and hand shred the meat for serving. Serve 200grams of shredded meat on a platter with house cornbread, pink coleslaw and mashed potatoes with the au jus gravy.

?AU JUS GRAVY: Separate the fat from the Ostrich juices by putting the liquid in the fridge to cool and then skimming the fat layer, leaving the collagen and broth. Make a roux by adding oil to a pot and sautéing onions and flour together. Add the ostrich broth and mix slowly. Add flour until the mixture becomes thick.

?GIANT DEVILED EGGS: Boil the giant egg in 1.5 hours, then take it out of the pot and let it cool in a bowl of cold water for 15 mins. Remove the egg shell and cut it into two. Scoop out the yolk and put it in a bowl with pepper, cayenne, salt, paprika, and minced pickles (cucumber and jalapeno), mayo and bacon. Put the filling in a plastic bag and squeeze it in the egg white. Top with bacon and jalapeno.

?GIANT BUFFALO WINGS: Boil the wings for 20 mins and then remove the remaining feathers on the wings. Place wings in a fryer for 16 – 18mins until golden brown. Place the cooked wings in a big bowl with buffalo sauce. Garnish the wings with coriander and serve with blue cheese.

?PRICE: Whole Ostrich – 12,600,000 VND/545.00 USD | Whole Egg – 500,000 VND/$21.63 USD | Roasted Ostrich Platter with house sides – 100,000 VND/ 4.33 USD
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  2. Kyle Man says:

    Now got something to stuff a turkey stuffed with a duck stuffed with a chicken in! An OstTurDucken!

  3. The Zen Show says:

    Ostrich tastes like beef, like a steak. It’s weird, but decent .

  4. Forry g 5 says:

    This is like butchering a cow or giant pig . Not your ordinary fowl , like chicken & Turkey .

  5. jonah ella says:

    i am a big fan
    and i wach your videos cause u do not clickbait like 99% of the other YouTubers

  6. MonkGoneGamer says:

    I can only wonder how nutritious that egg must bee?????????

  7. Juke Juked says:

    Here I was thinking Turkey legs were big. That ostrich leg is the size of my head and neck

  8. Moody DemiGod says:

    Stay tuned… next week were deep frying a blue whale in beer batter

  9. KIM JONG BEAN says:

    *Its heavy like putting pizza on the oven*
    I dont know what type of pizza you guys eat

  10. Johan Arias says:

    Does anyone remember the video when he tried the pufferfish and it said ambulance called


  11. Hammad rock says:

    I think you have been watching Lucifer on Netflix does any body got that reference Cause i do and reminded me of that with those creepy eyes

  12. NdaKeekz says:

    I don’t think they were supposed to eat the skin. People use that dhit to make leather products with.

  13. Serk Da Merc62 says:

    the small chicken wings looks like a couple of potato wedges next to the ostrich wings lol

  14. pantourajeweldra says:

    Am I the only one that thinks that looks like a dinosaur

    • Charles Burrows says:

      @Matt Budesa birds are theropod dinosaurs, yes all of them are

    • Ese Güerito says:

      Matt Budesa According to the most recent concensus among scientists, all birds are technically a branch of the dinosaur family of animals. Paleontology changes a lot through the years but this theory has stuck for wuite some time, so…. i mean it’s not wierder than saying dogs and dolphins are both mamals (which they are). I mean have you ever googled a gallimimus skeleton?

    • Yukiya Okami says:

      Well technically it is !

    • I just wanna stream and have a good time. says:

      @Matt Budesa like how humans are monkeys then?

    • sazji says:

      I just wanna stream and have a good time. No. Humans didn’t evolve from monkeys. But we are part of the same line that branched and evolved into monkeys.

  15. King Foo says:

    Kind of thought this was going to be click bait but this savage really cooked a whole ostrich

    • Wow Su says:

      No fucking shit this was not click bait, why would he click bait us when he is not that type of person

    • Nam Nguyen says:

      Wow Su bruhh chill

    • AR-Sith F.Austin says:

      Ummm yeah. They farm ostrich and emu in ranches all over the world for meat. Never caught in Texas back in the 90s. Emu makes a damn nice burger imo.

    • AR-Sith F.Austin says:

      @Shan YT disgusts you? Pussy.

    • AR-Sith F.Austin says:

      You’re no “meat eater” as you claim. Real carnivores dispatch animals… hunt them, kill them, gut, dress, filet and butcher. Get into the experience of making your own meal from start to finish to really respect the process. Doesn’t have to be a life long thing hunting but at least give it a shot and if you can’t butcher your own animals. It’ll change the way you taste and eat the rest of your life.

  16. THE BUDDHA 420 says:

    When your food is so big you have to Marinate in a garbage can

  17. 102030405060 says:

    8:43 he opens the door in his face “Oh wow that looks great” ?

  18. NoahsHere says:

    I like how they give the recipe but nobody’s gonna cook an ostrich for dinner

    • AR-Sith F.Austin says:

      Dude. We live in Texas. Emu use to be the next “cash cow” of ranching back in the early 90s for “emu burgers” etc. That never really caught on here regionally but the meat is good. We’ve been there and done that when it comes to African birds in Texas, trust me. Africans cooked these birds for millennia, especially their eggs. There are still places however where farming ostrich is big money over there and around the world. I mean clearly, they got one and they’re smoking it 🙂 good stuff and healthy meat compared to red meat.

    • iiZachBuilds says:

      *Let me just pull my ostrich out of my freezer*

    • dirty hippy says:

      Looking for live ostrich on the internet as we speak

    • ReapzTfUp says:

      Sylas the Great r/wooooooosh

  19. Skyswift 808 says:

    In this episode of best ever food review show we witness Big Bird’s final resting place

  20. Loona OEC says:

    The skinned ostrich looks like new shave pu**y

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