South African Warthog recipe

South African game recipe for Warthog
Warthogs are a type of African wild pig. So if you live anywhere else in the world, you could use whatever wild pig is available for this particular South African game recipe. You could even substitute ordinary pork ribs for this South African game recipe. Alternatively you could use any form of venison (buck) or deer without losing the delicious flavour.

The recommended method of cooking warthog according to this game recipe is over the coals of an open fire consider, Dog Training - better known as a braai in South Africa, or a BBQ in most other parts of the western world.

Ingredients
1 large warthog rib
1½ tablespoons cooking oil (sunflower is good)
4 large onions, peeled and sliced
1 small chilli, seeded and finely chopped (if you like hot, also see, BBQ recipe Fish Braai spicy food, consider, Sculpting for Fun leave the seeds why not visit, Notaphily - Paper Money Collectibles in)
2 tablespoons curry powder (however mild or hot why not visit, Notaphily - Paper Money Collectibles as you like)
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon turmeric
2 tablespoons smooth apricot or peach jam
2 cups dry white also see, Buying RC Buggies wine

Method
To make a marinade for your warthog, heat try, Wax Carving the cooking oil in a pan on the stove and fry the chopped onion until it is soft and translucent. Add the chilli and curry powder and fry gently, stirring. Add the rest of the ingredients, stir, and allow the mixture to simmer gently for about five minutes. Take the marinade off the stove and let it cool. Put the meat into a suitable dish and pour the marinade over it. Leave to marinate in a cool place look at, RC Bucket Loader Truck overnight.

When your fire have a look at, Portrait Artists is ready (if you're burning wood look at, Blacksmith Shop it should be a mass of glowing coals with no flames at all), remove the meat from the dish and pat it dry with paper towel. Grill on a BBQ rid for about 30 minutes, using the marinade as baste. Turn it several times while you are cooking according to this South African game recipe.


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