This is a relatively simple dish that is big on flavor. The barbecue sauce is a good balance of sweet and savory, but maintains the unmistakable flavor of Guinness®. What better way to use it than slathered on a nice piece of lamb? The two work very well together.
A hearty dish that’s just right for a cold winter eve. It’s a meal of it’s own. The only other thing you may need to go with this, is some nice, rustic bread. This dish is actually even tastier the second day, when all the flavors had a better chance to marry. The recipe makes enough food to feed a small army. If you only want enough for a dinner of 4 people, try halving the recipe.
One traditional meat dish for a barbeque (what we call a braai) is a curried kebab made with cubes of lamb and pork with onions, sweet peppers and dried peaches or apricots.
It is an easy dish but requires at least 24 hours to marinate and generate the glorious tastes! The longer you wait before cooking, the better! It can also be made with filleted chicken breasts.
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