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BBQ Barramundi in a Thai Marinade

Barramundi is a prized game fish, known for its excellent flesh and subtle flavour.
In this recipe we use the Neil Perry Thai Marinade Paste. Ingredients include sweet peppers, coriander, garlic, spices and sesame oil. The paste can be purchased at Simon Johnson Quality Foods, David Jones and major Supermarkets.
Nam jim is a Thai vinaigrette. Consider the balance of hot, salty, sour and sweet when making it. The basic ingredients are chillies (hot), salt or fish sauce (salty), palm or white sugar (sweet) and lime juice, coconut vinegar or tamarind (sour). Shallots, coriander roots, garlic and so on play supporting roles. Don’t substitute lemon juice for lime juice and always use fresh limes where possible

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Posted by Schomby • 5y ago • Report
Made this for about 10 people on Good Friday and went off like a dream.. No NP Marinade available in Darwin so made one up form another recipe and all went great guns.. Five Stars
Posted by poddy • 5y ago • Report
It sounds delicious can't wait to try it.
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