This was something I came up with to use some left-overs out of my fridge, but tasted good enough to be worth repeating! I cooked as a single generous serve for one but it would easily stretch to two people served over a little rice. Also take note of the first word in the title.
I felt like some baby octopus but didn't find a recipe that appealed to me tonight so thought I'd post this original one that came out well. I've listed ingredients for a single generous serve which is all I was making but you can obviously scale it up easily.
A recipe from 'Fatty's Big BBQ Book'. I suspect Gail Stanton who compiled the recipes may have had more input that Paul (Fatty) Vaugtin - an Australian rugby player. Preparation time does not include 4 hours to marinate.
Nice quick recipe for your next BBQ. Preparation time does not include one hour marinating time. The liquid marinade will give more of a steamed rather than baked texture. If you like spicy food don't be scared with the chili flakes, it will make the final step all the much better.
I came up with this recipe after reading a forum request and concensus was that it was delicious. Adjust the amount of curry powder to taste, two tablespoons is relatively strong. You can also prepare a few hours in advance, pop it all in the fridge and bake later, which is what I did.
Yes as a beer advertisement says we do eat our national emblem in Australia. Cook over a BBQ with beer in hand while the kids are inside watching repeats of 'Skippy The Bush Kangaroo' on TV. I think it would also work with other low-fat game meats that don't have a really strong flavour.
This is an adaptation of a traditional Chinese recipe suitable for cooking on a barbecue. You will need a barbecue with a hood for best results, or you can do the boring thing and cook in an oven. It has a really nice sauce that goes well over plain rice.
I saw a forum post about cat food recipes and just couldn't help myself... There are some mixed opinions about feeding cats cooked meat so it's probably best kept as a special treat rather than a regular meal.