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 Posted: Mon Apr 27th, 2009 06:11 pm
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deezynking
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eva wanted to try a leka braai recipe with a spicy indian kick. example slinger

here goes

3 garlic clove things

1/4 block butter

bout 200mls lemon juice

3tablespoons crushed chillies

1 tablespoon chillie powder

roughly 2tablesppon salt (personal liking)

1 clove

1 small cinamon stick (2cm)

sum pepper

and  fresh crushed green chillies

 

 

butterfly fish

add all ingredients togather except garlic, mix well. until you have a pasty finish. take  a spatula and spread mixture thickly inside of fish. close fish and then add a few slits on skin side. so that the falvours go thru and fish gets done on inside and outside.

now crush the garlic not fine jus so that the flavours can be released whilst over fire. add remaining mixture on top of fish ad sprinkle garlic over the fish. add a few slice off onion rings and green peppers if desired and close well in foil.

leave over fire medium to low heat fire and turn often so both side get done well. after sum time (can be 15- 40mins) check on fish until as per ur desires (rre - well done etc) take of fire and enjoy. the juices that get left behind canbe poured over fish to add more flavour.


oh i forgot...if 1 likes it really hot and firey ... add a few tblespoons of peri peri oil into marinade. and make sure marinade is left on fish for a few hours. flavour really soaks in
 

try it and let me kno how it was...mmmmm now im hungry;);)

Last edited on Mon Apr 27th, 2009 06:17 pm by deezynking

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 Posted: Tue Jun 9th, 2009 01:09 pm
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deezynking wrote:
eva wanted to try a leka braai recipe with a spicy indian kick. example slinger

here goes

3 garlic clove things

1/4 block butter

bout 200mls lemon juice

3tablespoons crushed chillies

1 tablespoon chillie powder

roughly 2tablesppon salt (personal liking)

1 clove

1 small cinamon stick (2cm)

sum pepper

and  fresh crushed green chillies

 

 

butterfly fish

add all ingredients togather except garlic, mix well. until you have a pasty finish. take  a spatula and spread mixture thickly inside of fish. close fish and then add a few slits on skin side. so that the falvours go thru and fish gets done on inside and outside.

now crush the garlic not fine jus so that the flavours can be released whilst over fire. add remaining mixture on top of fish ad sprinkle garlic over the fish. add a few slice off onion rings and green peppers if desired and close well in foil.

leave over fire medium to low heat fire and turn often so both side get done well. after sum time (can be 15- 40mins) check on fish until as per ur desires (rre - well done etc) take of fire and enjoy. the juices that get left behind canbe poured over fish to add more flavour.


oh i forgot...if 1 likes it really hot and firey ... add a few tblespoons of peri peri oil into marinade. and make sure marinade is left on fish for a few hours. flavour really soaks in
 

try it and let me kno how it was...mmmmm now im hungry;);)



Sounds brilliant, thanks!

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 Posted: Fri Jun 19th, 2009 12:10 pm
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 Posted: Fri Jun 19th, 2009 01:56 pm
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Just add a teaspoon of garam masala to that, personal touch. Is that how you grilled your rockcod?Have only tries a big blacktail on braai and wow, tasty.

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 Posted: Sat Jun 20th, 2009 08:35 pm
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Slmz bru. Nope used a diff recipe il post it up. Simple marinade.

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 Posted: Sun Dec 4th, 2011 02:18 am
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deezynking, it's been over two years since you posted your braai recipe with a spicy indian kick, and I only tried it last night with two nice sized slingers on the braai.

Let me tell you, it was sooooo good it tasted illegal!! Thanks for a super recipe!!

Only things I did differently was to use half white wine and lemon juice instead of just lemon juice, and adding a tablespoon garum masala.

It was a taste out of this world and I will definitely use it again, so shot a lot for a superb meal last night.

If you have any other marinades or ideas for fish, please post them, or post some links to them if you've already posted them.

Thanks again!!

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