5 Reviews

This is a very good kabob recipe. I followed all the ingredients per recipe including the Tamarind juice(I did find it in the Hispanic Food Section). This has a very wonderful smell when cooking. Made for ZWT4.

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Lavender Lynn June 26, 2008

This was interesting. I'm not sure I loved it, but it was different. I think if I ever made this again, I would use fresh apricots. It was an experience though. Made for ZWT 4.

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Sarah in New York June 23, 2008

Loved the flavors of this marinade. It was the unanimous winner of our grilling trio yesterday, and worth the little extra effort to gather ingredients and cook the marinade. If you're a kabobber, make the committment to trying this one! Made for Daffy Daffodils Curry Challenge ZWT4.

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Ma Field June 23, 2008

These sosaties are so delicious! I used lamb, as I read somewhere that lamb is traditionally used. I had tamarind concentrate at home, which I thinned with a little bit of water (I was afraid it may be too sour otherwise). I marinated them in the morning and we barbecued them in the evening. So yummy! I don't even like lamb, but I certainly enjoyed these South African Kabobs! Thank you ncmysteryshopper for a keeper!

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tigerduck June 30, 2006

Delicious!

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-Sheri- June 27, 2006
Cape Malay Sosaties (Kabobs)