bargain bin at the supermarket yesterday, I decided that had to be the answer to my barbecue boredom. But what to do with it... Inspiration came in the form of another bargain buy, a bag of limes for 9p!
I was very brave, for me anyway, and invented my own recipe, based on just these two ingredients and it was absolutely delicious! The half side was enough to feed three people, Here's how I did it.
|Limes arranged on salmon fillet|
|Foil wrapped tightly|
That is literally all there is to it! Unwrap, as soon as it's cool enough and serve with a baked potato. The fish literally falls apart and is amazingly moist, with a delicious, subtle limey flavour.
|Cooked to perfection|
You can barbecue your spuds, too. Microwave them for a few minutes first, as they do take a long time to cook otherwise. Then, wrap them in A LOT of tin foil, as they tend to unwrap themselves a bit, and place them directly in the charcoal soon after lighting the barbecue. They should take about an hour to cook unless they are really huge, then it could be a bit longer. They will take on a unique smoky flavour. I served mine with a spicy chicken couscous and some coleslaw. It made a lovely change from traditional barbecue food.
|The finished dish|
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