A slightly modified version of a recipe from Easy International Cooking that is really bursting with flavour. With the chillies leave the seeds if you like some heat, remove the seeds if you want a little less heat or leave them out all together for a mild result. It is great served with crusty bread and also re-heats well. I've specified thigh meat because it's cheaper and works well, but you can use breast or other cuts as well.
Based on a number of other recipes I've enjoyed and a great way to enjoy salmon on a BBQ / grill. Preparation time does not include marination time. Originally this recipe was going to use a tablespoon of sesame seeds and hence have a different title, but I'd run out so you can try that as well!
A little like carpetbag steak with a different suprise in the middle to oysters! This is obviously quite hot but you could replace the wasabi paste with a mild mustard if you must. The quantitity shown is enough for two small streaks or one large one. This is how I cooked mine but unless you have a very sharp knife you may find it easier to cut the pocket before marination and possibly while the steak is still partially frozen.
Nice and different way to prepare freshly shucked oysters on the BBQ. The quantities below are what I used but just do it to taste depending on the size of the oysters and olives. It might be stating the obvious but you will need to be an oyster / olive lover to enjoy this.
Variant on a few other rabbit / crock pot recipes I've tried. It makes a hearty one-pot meal for two people. I always like to leave the vegetables nice and chunky. You could try a little less liquid and therefore less flour to thicken, however I found this works well and the additional liquid plays well with the vegetables during cooking.
This is how I often stuff chicken, probably not as good as some of the more elaborate recipes but better than using pre-packaged stuffing. This is enough for a small chicken, double the quantities for a large chicken. While a matter of personal prference I don't go too overboard chopping the onion / celery finely and like it to have a slightly chunky texture.
Adaptation of a recipe from the BBC website, I have made it easier to cook using more common ingredients. I really enjoyed it but please look at the ingredients before cooking - it certainly won't be a 'crowd pleaser' and has a quite strong and distinctive taste. It serves one as a large dish, or two as an entree / light meal.
This was my first attempt at making home-made sausages using a sausage maker and a synthetic casing. A slight problem was the nozzle was too large for the casing so I proceeded without a casing and thought these were the best sausages I've ever tasted, even if I do say so myself.
An Australian beef burger that puts all the flavour in the burger and can be served with plain sides like bread and a little sauce. This is quite a mild tasting burger, if serving for people who enjoy hot foods add chili sauce and/or chopped chili.
I adapted this from a recipe I found on a fishing site. Originally it involved steaming the oysters and preparing the sauce seperately, but I don't see any point in extra washing up when the oysters already have their own little cooking vessel attached! I also adjusted some quantities that seemed a little high in the original recipe.
I found this recipe on a BBC website while searching for a combination of mushrooms and Greek-style yoghurt. I made quite a few changes to suit what I had and personal tastes. I thought it was nice but probably not a 5 star recipe, but thought it was worth sharing.
This was something original I came up with that suits shrimps and prawns well. It has a slightly tart flavor suited to anyone who is not a sweet tooth, it has an interesting and quite powerful flavour.
A way that I cooked a whole flounder on the BBQ that turned out well. The orange juice runs through the fish during cooking giving it a sweet flavour, while the remainder of the rind when placed to the side of the dish can be eaten from time to time as a more sour offset.