South African Barbecue (Braai Marinade Recipe)
In South Africa, braai (or barbeque) is one of the most popular means of socializing. But don’t try to braai on a shiny gas grill. A traditional braai is cooked over a wood or coal fire (preferably wood) to bring out the best of the meat’s flavor. Try this marinade with whatever you’d like to braai; it works equally well with chicken, beef, lamb or fish.
Add all ingredients to your Whiskware™ Sauce Mixer and shake well.
Place protein in a food storage container and pour marinade over the top. Seal lid on container and gently shake or turn over several times to thoroughly coat the poultry, meat, or fish. Leave to marinade 1-2 hours, or overnight in the refrigerator.
Braai over a wood-fired flame for best results.
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What is Braai?
Braai is a South African term for a barbecue or grill that is a popular social event where people come together to cook and share a meal. It has become an important part of South African culture and is often associated with a sense of community and togetherness. Braais typically involve cooking various types of meat, accompanied by side dishes and drinks, and are enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds.
What is a braai master?
A braai master is a person who is responsible for overseeing the cooking and preparation of the food at a braai in South African culture. The braai master is usually a skilled cook who has a good understanding of different cuts of meat, cooking techniques, and seasoning. They are responsible for setting up the fire, grilling the meat to perfection, and ensuring that all the guests are well-fed and happy.