“ Take a trip to Morocco with these skewers of grilled barramundi and vegetables, marinated in a spiced sun dried tomato sauce and served with couscous and yogurt. Kate, Recipe Hunter ”
- Chipotle Chile Powder
- Coriander Powder
- Lemon Juice
- Red Onion
- Sun Dried Tomatoes
It’s time to fire up the grill for a taste of Northern Africa in your own kitchen. Instead of using traditional chicken or lamb on these kabobs, Emily threads chunks of spice-coated barramundi onto skewers with vegetables then grills them until charred on the outside yet falling apart and tender. Barramundi is meaty enough to stay together without falling apart on the grill and also to stand up to the flavorful sun dried tomato marinade with cumin, coriander, allspice, chili powder, and cinnamon. Served on top of a bed of couscous with a quick mint yogurt sauce on the side, these skewers are calling for dinner on the patio. (No grill? Just use the broiler).
“ Cooking should be fun! Whether it’s cookies for the kiddos or a cocktail for the grown-ups, I am constantly inspired by seasonal flavors and anything that will bring my family together around the dinner table. Because that’s what food is really all about. ”
Emily is the food photographer and recipe developer behind the mouthwatering food and cocktail blog, Jelly Toast. Her recipes are seasonally-inspired and relaxed, but just elegant enough to warrant inviting a few friends over for a fun dinner party. What we absolutely can’t get enough of, though, is Emily’s hilarious writing style. She has a way of bringing her recipes to life through her words, leaving us just a little bit jealous that we aren’t that funny! Her food is made from scratch and will leave both kids and adults alike feeling comforted and satisfied. Pair that with a few of her delicious cocktails and you’ve got a tasty evening ready to go.
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