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BBQ: Unpublished recipe of beer marinade

ZythoBox declares the barbeque season officially open! Discover the virtues of a beer marinade for grilled meats with a unique recipe!

Good for health!

As everyone knows, cooking at high temperatures such as barbecue would be toxic to the body. They generate a large concentration of toxic substances (PAHs) suspected to be very harmful to the colon.

The results of a scientific study published in 2014 in the journal Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, have shown that pieces of meat marinated in brown beer and barbecued would have half as much hydrocarbons compared to unmarried meats!

A unique recipe for your beer marinades

In addition to reducing the risks of cancer, the beer marinade gives the meat a unique taste. Epicureans, to your aprons! Remember: our first box contained a tasty recipe of lamb skewers marinated in Scotch de Silly.

beer marinadeThese are the ingredients for 4 people:

40cl Scotch Silly
600g leg of boneless lamb
2 pieces of garlic
1 piece of ginger
1 onion
1 thick slice of smoked bacon
10cl of cream
2 teaspoons of old-fashioned mustard
salt, pepper and herbes de Provence
Preparation

Cut the leg of lamb into cubes.
Marinate the lamb in the beer with crushed garlic, chopped ginger, herbes de Provence and pepper for at least six hours.
Peel the onion, cut into pieces. Cut the bacon.
On skewers, alternate lamb, onion and bacon.
Filter the marinade. Reduce on high heat. Stir in mustard and cream. Salt and pepper.
Reduce until smooth. Pour in sauce boat. Keep warm.
Grill the skewers.
Serve with rice or shirt apples and a mixed salad.
For your beer marinades, vary the pleasures by choosing sweet, bitter, peaty or spicy brown beers. Trappist beers (Westmalle double, Chimay bleu or Rochefort) or Guinness also bring a unique taste!

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