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    Lime marinade

    I was looking for a lime marinade for a chicken that I was planning on doing in the convection oven...horrors, I did not have any limes, did not want to go out for some so looked in my fridge (yeah, the same one with all the sauce bottles) and I found some Hanifs Lime pickle, made in India. so Voila!!! I took two tablespoons of that, two tablespoons of chopped ginger, one tablespoon of chopped garlic, half cup of white wine, and spun it all in a little food processor....slathered it all over the bird, into a plastic bag, and into the fridge for about five hours, took it out and put it in the convection oven at 300F for about 45 minutes, and it came out absolutely perfect. Now I was going to add some more heat to this, until I tried the pickle, and remembered that it was loaded with mustard oil, and I decided not to, until I had tasted the end result. Am I going to do that one again? Am I ever though! Tonight we had hot and sour soup with the stock made from the carcas, and it was fabulous, along with plain Thai rice, and two steam buns, and I still have enough chicken left to do enchiladas tomorrow night. That Indian lime pickle is really great stuff. Just thought that you would appreciate this one. Cheers, Doug in BC

    From: Doug Irvine
    Posted By: Doug Irvine, dougandmarie@home.com
    Post Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999

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