Sweet and Sour Kebabs-Pinchos Morunos Con Sabor Dulce Y Agrio

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This is my version of kebabs using pork belly…But with a slight twist.. These are sweet and sour! The sour flavour coming from a spice called Anardana,or Dried Pomegranate, and the sweetness from roasted bell peppers….Try this as an alternative to your kebab recipe that you normally use.

INGREDIENTS

300 grams of Pork Belly
1 Bell Pepper and 1 Onion,cut in a big dice of approximately 1 inch pieces

2 Teaspoons each of:
Anardana or Dried Pomegranate Powder,Cumin,Crushed Chilli Flakes,Smoked Paprika,Garlic Powder and Dried Thyme.
Salt and Black Pepper

METHOD

Firstly,cut the pork into 2 inch pieces,wash in water and lemon juice,and leave it to drain. Core and chop the pepper. Add to a mixing bowl and add the seasonings and the pepper. Add a little oil to coat the meat and vegetables. Mix well and leave overnight or for 4 hours.

Pierce onto skewers,layering meat between the onions and peppers. Place in a baking tray and pour some water(about 50mls) and cover with foil. Begin cooking on 200 degrees for 15 minutes, and then, turn down 180 degrees for around 20 minutes,after taking off the foil.

If it is not tender(some pork belly slices have been cut thick and take longer),add another 10 minutes to the cooking time.Although,the pomegranate powder acts as a flavouring and tenderiser..
So the meat is best marinaded overnight! When tender,serve with rice and a salad. Enjoy!!

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2 thoughts on “Sweet and Sour Kebabs-Pinchos Morunos Con Sabor Dulce Y Agrio

  1. Dinie, Dinie with the very different tastebuds… from mine, that is… you sure have been whipping out those recipes regularly. Good for you!!! I hope everything’s going ter-r-rificaly well for you, kid! Much success to you! You’re in my thoughts and prayers…

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    1. Thanks Deli….Good to hear from you!! I suppose you have been in octopus mode like me!!

      I see you have put up a few posts,and I will look at them.. I have been trying out new spices and meats and veggies… The kebab recipe was made more than 4 weeks ago and I thought that using unusual spices based on Indian and Middle Eastern Cuisine.. I suppose I’m too adventurous for you where food is concerned! I think you would like this though as the kebabs have just the right amount of sour to it..

      If you decide to try it, let me know… Try the Shrimp Rice,it has clean flavours,and not too much spice!

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