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Piri-piri kebab

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  1. robevs73

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    I make my own kebabs these days; Cheap enough to buy...but making your own is far, far cheaper.
     
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    Unless you are close to home, or have excellent means to wash your hands, chicken might not be the optimal meat.

    (plus a way to transport the chicken meat well chilled)

    Nice vid, anyway!
     
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    Yes! I never touch chicken with my bare hands unless I can immidiatly wash my hands thoroghly. Risk of salmonella is high in chicken.
     
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    Janne M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    My thoughts exactly.
    Having experienced a simple, 3 day day diarrhea in the bush once many years ago taught me that outmost hygiene is important.
     
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    Nice looking kebab, but I’m the same, in fact I hate touching slimy raw chicken.

    Silly I know, but I find it horrible. I wash hands, knives, boards etc in antibacterial cleanser and still feel they’re not clean so do them again. Dry hands only on kitchen paper, never a towel.

    At home I have some chunks of lamb steak marinading in red wine vinegar, soy sauce, Maggi Seasoning, chopped garlic and onion, a good few Rosemary branches etc. Madam is going piri piri chicken, but not on that scale. :)
     
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    Bunch of pansies!
     
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    The marinade was so strong it probably killed all the bugs, that was Wednesday it's now Friday and I'm still alive!
     
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    :D

    I daresay Battery Sergeant Major Williams has an opinion too.
     
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    SWMBO texted me to say she's in town, and did I want her to pick up some meat for making kebabs... I don't know what she'll bring in; probably beef, but could possibly be chicken or duck.
     
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    Oh yes....
    :)
     
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    Kebabs are food for the Gods. Extra tasty when done on an open fire...

    My favourite - all of them, but if there is a chunk of Lamb makes me extra happy!

    IMO a wonderful dish to make with children too.
     
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    Had absolutly no idea who he was. Had to google. Funny chap!
     
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    I did wash my hands after handling the raw chicken and I also used alcohol gel, I'm not a complete neanderthal ...... lovely boy!!
     
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    Oh, duck is too nice to marinade.

    Serve it with a good fruity sauce
     
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    Try to brine the duck. Just water and salt. We did that a couple of weeks go or the first time. Fantastic. Chicken is also hugely improved with brining.

    We started brining only a few years ago. never looked back since!
     

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