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    Ultimate marinade

    I like trying different marinades and I believe I've found the best, this can be used in burgers, kebabs or as a joint and rolled into it. I'm not that much into a tsp, tbsp or weighing etc.. So here goes.

    Quality olive oil,
    salt, pepper freshly groundly,
    Smoked Harissa paste/powder,
    garlic cloves finely chopped,
    nandos chilli sauce,
    worchester sauce few drops/several,
    fresh herbs that I selected from my garden chives, moss Curley parsley, sage thyme and rosemary.

    I tend to do if making kebabs or roasting a joint I insert a fork several times to allow he meat to infuse with the marinade. If making kebabs cut into at least 2 squa inch pieces, I then prefer then to cook on a skewer but serve in a whole meal ptta bread with salad etc and an avacodo mixed sower cream.
    I
    ​find using smoked product I.e. garlic paprika etc.. Brings out the quality flavour in the meat and I als cook over wood of oak, ash or cherry.
    Last edited by weeman; 12-07-2013 at 19:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeman View Post
    I like trying different marinades and I believe I've found the best, this can be used in burgers, kebabs or as a joint and rolled into it. I'm not that much into a tsp, tbsp or weighing etc.. So here goes.

    Quality olive oil,
    salt, pepper freshly groundly,
    Smoked Harissa paste/powder,
    garlic cloves finely chopped,
    nandos chilli sauce,
    worchester sauce few drops/several,
    fresh herbs that I selected from my garden chives, moss Curley parsley, sage thyme and rosemary.

    I tend to do if making kebabs or roasting a joint I insert a fork several times to allow he meat to infuse with the marinade. If making kebabs cut into at least 2 squa inch pieces, I then prefer then to cook on a skewer but serve in a whole meal ptta bread with salad etc and an avacodo mixed sower cream.
    I
    ​find using smoked product I.e. garlic paprika etc.. Brings out the quality flavour in the meat and I als cook over wood of oak, ash or cherry.
    Congratulations ! Superb.

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