Delicious served with hot rice. This recipe works better if you use flattened skewers so that the meat doesn't roll when you turn it. Overnight chilling not included in preparation time. Use a spacer between the grill grates and the skewers to prevent meat sticking or spray the grates liberally with cooking spray before heating the grill.
This recipe is from the Houston Chronicle. The smell of the bay leaves, while grilling, is wonderful. Throw some on the fire, too, for great aroma-therapy! The time indicated does not include time to prepare the grill.
Kabobs are a little more work, but are so worth it. Great for company because everything can be prepared up to the grilling and you are good to go. Cooking time is according to how you like your steak done.
Although this may be done under your oven broiler, but for the best flavor, barbecuing the pork satay seems to be the best way...Plan ahead this must marinate for 2-3 hours, also marinate time is prep time.
From the net, USENET Community Trust. I want to make this very soon, probably this weekend - looks really yum! Not sure if the 2lb of lamb for 4 people is really right though, I'll be using closer to 1lb. UPDATE: having made this with 1lb, I would definately double the spices as it didn't have the kick I wanted. Serve with nice yoghurty sauce!
Traditionally cubes of fat are skewered in between the pieces of meat to keep everything succulent but I have never done this. I usually thread pieces of onion cut more or less the size of the cube of meat and apricots on for a flavor dimension. If you choose to do only meat thatâ€™s wonderful, too! These â€śkebabsâ€ť are usually served on rice with the marinade thickened to become gravy but can be enjoyed with any of your regular barbecue side dishes. The days that we were living in an apartment and did not have a barbecue facility I used to grill these in the oven with just as much success. Prep time does not include overnight marinating time.
Lots of flavor, I have made this also using pork tenderloin. Soak the wooden skewers in water for half an hour to prevent them burning. Marinating time not included. Freezing the meat slightly makes it easier to slice it thin.