Tandoori Salmon on the BBQ

March 11, 2021

Tandoori Salmon on the BBQ

A great fish to start off with on the BBQ. The natural oils within the salmon will help prevent the fish sticking. 

INGREDIENTS

  • 500 gm salmon fillets - skin on.
  • 2 teaspoons Spice Kitchen Tandoori Masala
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 1 level teaspoon  Spice Kitchen turmeric
  • Spice Kitchen chilli powder (optional)
  • Chopped coriander
  • Lemon wedges

 METHOD

  1. In a bowl mix the tandoori powder with the vegetable oil, turmeric and chilli powder (if using)
  2. Add to the salmon fillets and make sure the fillets are covered all over with the mix.
  3. Place in the BBQ grill rack then cook skin down first before finishing the cooking process on the other side.
  4. When cooked sprinkle with lemon juice and fresh coriander.
  5.  For the king prawns, simply use the marinade above and coat uncooked king prawns. Put on skewer and then cook.

For more BBQ recipes check out @nilarossfood





Also in Recipes

Spicy Potato Cake - Aloo tiki chaat
Spicy Potato Cake - Aloo tiki chaat

August 23, 2021

Hands up if you’re a spicy potato cake fan, aka Aloo Tiki chaat?

It's a favourite Indian streetfood dish of mine, with the flavours just partying in my mouth. I could eat this chaat bowl salad every day. These delicious vegan aloo tiki's can be made in advance and batch freeze too!

Continue Reading

Jamaican Goat Curry
Jamaican Goat Curry

August 10, 2021

'm bringing you the authentic flavours Jamaica with this curry goat recipe made with spring onions (aka scallions), fresh ginger and allspice. Oh, and of course scotch bonnet for that well-known spicy kick.

Goat meat requires a slow cook for a very juicy and soft result that pair perfectly well with rice and peas.

If goat meat isn't accessible, then lamb would work just as well for this recipe.

Continue Reading

Sticky Dr Pepper BBQ Ribs
Sticky Dr Pepper BBQ Ribs

August 05, 2021

Sink your teeth into this crazily delicious, fall-of-the bone recipe that can be made outdoors on the BBQ or in your oven so you can enjoy all year round, whatever the weather.

Continue Reading