A friend of ours rang us up the other day and offered us a fish which he had just caught. How can one refuse such a generous offer. Even better was the gift of it being scaled, gutted and filleted. BONUS! Thanks Bernie, you are a star.
With having Pete home the last while and the weather being so lovely in the evenings, it is no surprise that we braai (barbecue) just about every other night and enjoy dining al fresco.
This cob was so moreish that we have enjoyed it twice in one week. Now to wait for another kind offer of more fish or get on the river and catch one ourselves. You can substitute the cob with any other fish – the simple flavours will compliment anything from sole to stock fish.
There really is no recipe for this, more a guideline, a un-recipe if you like.
Fish in Foil
Fish fillet of choice
- Place the fish on a piece of tin foil.
- Place all of the ingredients over the fish.
- Wrap the fish in the foil tightly.
- Hand the package to your husband to cook over the coals.