St David’s Day Lamb Kebab Recipe

ORIENTAL Lamb, Shallot and Citrus Kebabs with Soy and Honey Dipping Sauce

Serves 4

 

You will need 8 large wooden kebab sticks soaked in hot water to prevent them from burning in the cooking process

 

Lamb kebabs:

450g leg of lamb cut into 3cm dice

24 medium shallots peeled

8 bayleaves

2 tbsp vegetable oil for cooking

 

Marinade:

2 large oranges, rind grated and then juiced

1 lime, rind grated and then juiced

2tbsp sweet chilli sauce

2tbsp dark soy sauce

3tbsp hoisin sauce

1tbsp vegetable oil

1tbsp tomato ketchup

8 whole star anise

2 garlic cloves peeled and crushed into a paste

Freshly ground black pepper

 

 

Dipping sauce to serve:

1 red chilli diced finely without the seeds

A handful of coriander finely chopped

1 tbsp of runny honey

1tbsp of dark soy sauce

1tbsp of light soy sauce

A dash of sesame seed oil

The juice of two limes

 

Mix together all the ingredients for the marinade stirring well.

 

Thread a bay leaf onto the first skewer and then alternate the shallots and the lamb onto the wooden skewer and repeat with all skewers.  Lay the kebabs in a shallow dish and then pour over the marinade and leave to marinate for at least 2 hours, if possible overnight, in a fridge.

 

Heat a heavy based grill pan or a frying pan, drizzle with the oil, heat well then place the kebabs in the pan and fry on medium heat for 3 – 4 minutes on each side brushing the kebabs with remaining marinade throughout the cooking process.  Take care not to have the heat too high or you will burn the marinade.

 

Meanwhile for the dipping sauce mix all the ingredients together.

 

Serve with a green salad, basmati rice and little pots of the dipping sauce.

 

Tips

These kebabs can also be cooked on a barbeque and the lamb can be replaced with chicken beef or pork. For a vegetarian alternative you could use sweet potatoes, courgettes and peppers with the shallots.

 

 

 

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