Tag: marinade

Beer Marinated Chicken Thighs 

The idea of beer and chicken is not a new one. We’ve all been to barbecues with a chicken being cooked in a kettle braai while resting on a can of beer or braai masters generously dousing chicken on the grill with some beer they are drinking and this Beer Marinated Chicken Thighs is my spin on it.   The idea with this recipe was to amplify the flavour of the beer and to achieve that I marinated it for a…

Yoghurt Marinated Lamb Curry

This Yoghurt Marinated Lamb Curry delivers on a whole lot of comforting winter flavours. Add a few beers, some warm naan breads and you have pulled together a feast with a bit of pre-planning but not a lot of effort as it is the simplest of recipes. Great for a midweek get together using a standard premix curry powder mix or paste. Marinating the meat in yoghurt ensures the most tender results but also tones down the heat of the…

Spicy Sweet and Sour Chicken

This is a great marinade for chicken and this Spicy Sweet and Sour Chicken is super easy to make and very tasty. Mix it all in the morning before work and bake it in no time at all for a lovely dinner. Serve with some Asian greens and broccoli or marinade and baste the chicken on the barbecue. I think chicken wings would also be particularly good with this marinade. I used a Spicy Mango Chutney from Dam Fine Cafe…

Marinated Chicken Kebab l heinstirred.com

These marinated chicken kebabs are a fantastic vehicle for to play with some strong aromatic spices. One of the spice mixes I found on My Collections was the The Brazilian Gaucho mix. Packed with paprika, onion and garlic flakes, cumin, coriander, thyme and a host of other fragrant spices it is the perfect dry rub for beef steak but I wanted to try it with the humble (and rather dull) boneless chicken breasts. Marinating it in yoghurt tones down the spice…

This is one of those dishes with maximum reward for absolute minimal effort. Make the marinade, pop everything in a bag and leave it overnight in the fridge, it can’t get easier. I first came across the recipe on my friend Selma’s fantastic blog called Selma’s Table. The dish was aptly named Extraordinary Roasted Chicken, Potatoes and Chickpeas and she had won a Food 52 contest for “The Best One Pot Meal” with the dish.  A few days later I asked her…

One of my pet hates are ingredients added to recipes just to be different without much regard for what it actually tastes like. I am aware that these Tequila Ribs could be one of those recipes. Ribs marinated in tequila and clementine juice is not the most obvious pairing but it sure tastes good. And another “Man Food” recipe on the blog is well overdue. I think soon enough the Beer and Nuts Ice Cream, Pumpkin Ale and Smashed Toffee Ice…

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