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A dry heat cooking method using direct heat, most often from open flames or charcoal embers. For the UK/AU usage describing cooking with the upper element of an oven, use the broiling tag.

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Usually I cut a peach in half, put a bit of salt and honey on the non skinned end, and grill it (cavity down) for a minute or two then rotate it to get good grill marks. I then add a scoop of ice cre …
answered Aug 3 '10 by dassouki
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well ( I usually mix them in a dough mixer for 10 to 20 minutes) If i'm grilling them I usually put a stalk of rosemary on top of the burger. If i'm eating them at home, I usually pan fry them in garlic infused oil …
answered Jul 20 '10 by dassouki
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You can either try some form of a fish cake and make it into a "kofta" meat ball or you can try meatier fish like tuna marinated in the thai sauce of your choice. Lightly sear the edges and your done …
answered Jul 19 '10 by dassouki