If you want your husband to request paying your bride price for the second time, then start thinking of using my marinade in romancing your fish and make sure you marinate generously from head to tail and keep some generous amount of green marinade to moist your fish using a brush while it’s roasting on a charcoal bbq.
Do you know that charcoal roast taste better than oven roast? If you have ever tried both, then the answer is your choice.
Well, my friends ; nothing taste better than this exotic street wonders. You can choose this recipe to make for that special guy in your life or for your precious guest. Those people in your life you love and wants to treat them like no other.
This delicious and spicy roasted fish recipe is a typical Cameroonian Style. Its has got a very flavourful and delicious taste. Cameroonian Roasted fish has got many variations and we try to make it as tasty as possible. We have many quality tropical African ingredients for our Cameroonian Roasted fish.
This very popular street food is one of my favourite. It is very common along the streets of Cameroon. This delicious street goodness can be eaten with roasted plantain, fried plantains , miondoh, boboloh , boiled casava or even on its own.
One very good thing about this delicacy is that it’s a low cab – diet and very suitable for a healthy meal.
Before we get started please click here to watch video recipe. It will give you more clue on how l Roasted and marinated this delicious fish 👉🏽👉🏽👉🏽https://youtu.be/oQRyWpVVpfo
Author: Annuchka Queen
Cook time: 20 mins
Prep time: 30 mins
Total time: 1 hour
- 1 diced onion
- 10 garlic cloves
- Half green capsicum
- 1 cm ginger chopped
- 3 diced leeks
- Some diced parsley leaves
- Some diced celery leaves
- 1 tbsp white pepper
- 1 tsp pebe
- 1 tsp country onion
- 1 tbsp powdered bouillon cubes
- 8 mullet fishes
- 1 tbsp of sea salt.
- 1/2 cup of water
- 1/2 cup of vegetable oil
- Take out the scales and gills of your fish, clean the belly from all the guts, clean and wash thoroughly. Give it a semi deep diagonal cuts at the both sides of your fish. For esthetic reasons and to allow the marinade to penetrate deep into the fish right to the bone.
- Prepare all your flavourful spices. Wash , clean and diced them. Place in a food processor and blend then to have a green flavourful paste
- Now pour your mixture into a small bowl and garnish with some vegetable oil stir generously and then set aside for the marinade.
- Use a brush to generously romance your fish. Make sure you literally romance your fish generously into the fish from head to tail.
- Keep your fish in the fridge for at least one hour for the marinate to penetrate into the fish.
- While your fish is in the fish light up your charcoal BBQ . Remember when you roast your fish on charcoal grill it taste exceptionally good. It’s very different from oven grilling. Looks like the flames, charcoal and smoke has got a magic effect on your roasted fish.
- Grease your bbq with oil . Place your fish on your bbq charcoal grill and start roasting your fish.
- Flip sides when one side is ready . Use the marinade brush to moist the fish as you roast them.
- I placed 3 semi ripe plantains on the grill to roast along side my fish.
- Remove and serve when it’s cooked at both sides.
- Serve with some roasted plantains, fried plantains, miondoh, boboloh, or with some boiled casava