Congratulations Steph Wong from Highbury!!!!!!!!!
After reading hundreds of mouth-watering barbecue recipes and tips over the past month, today we finally chose a winner. It was a close run thing and there were many recipes and tips that would have been worthy winners but Steph’s barbecued seafood recipes, see below, are relatively simple, very tasty and a little bit different from your run-of-the-mill barbecue dishes, but not TOO different! I tried the salmon and it worked a treat, thank you Steph and well done. We’re sure you’ll put your brand new Cronos 12775 Landmann barbecue to great use.
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And for those of you planning a barbecue this weekend why not try out one of Steph’s barbecue seafood recipes – you won’t be disappointed!
Well done Steph!
Barbecued Fillet of Fish & Garlic Prawns
Fillets of fish (salmon or whiting) or even a whole fish like flounder or bream
Wrap the fish in foil with coriander, slices of ginger, a touch of soy, and a little olive oil and a few drops of sesame oil.
Leave on the bbq for 5 minutes on one side, and 2 on the other.
Impossible to stuff up!
Serve with fresh coriander and cracked pepper!
Dice half bulb of garlic into small pieces.
Chop parsley into small pieces
Place parsley, garlic into a bowl with olive oil. Add some salt and pepper.
Butterfly the prawns and remove their poopchute. (leave the shells on)
Fill the prawns with the garlic mixture and leave in the fridge for an hour to marinate.
Open the prawns so they are flat, and bbq on both sides quickly so they’re not overcooked. Sprinkle a little paprika and fresh parsley on each.
Serve with a light fresh salad like a mint, peas and broadbean salad/diced capsicum and tomato and chorizo/tomato, basil and buffalo mozzarella salad.