Spicy Grilled Marlin
Hawaiian Blue Marlin (2lbs)
Himalayan Heatwave (4 tablespoons)
Minced Ginger (1 tablespoon)
Minced Garlic (2 tablespoon)
Soy Sauce (2 tablespoon)
Yellow Mustard (Ground) (1/2 teaspoon)
Toasted Sesame Seed (Ground) (1 tablespoon)
Sesame Oil (2 tablespoons)
Place all the marinade ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Give it a vigorous stir to ensure the ingredients mix and become viscous.
Prep the blue marlin steaks in 0.5lb portions. Place the steaks into the bowl with the marinade and delicately toss the steaks to ensure an even coating. Cover the bowl with saran wrap and leave in the fridge for 1 hour.
Turn on broiler or flame grill to its highest setting for 5 minutes. Use pan spray to coat the grill and place the marinated marlin steaks atop. Leave to cook for 3 minutes. Use a spoon or brush to coat on any remaining marinade to the topside of the marlin.
Turn the marlin steak over and allow it to cook for a further 3 minutes. Brush remaining marinade to the topside once more and turn over one last time and grill for 30 seconds.
Remove marlin steaks from the grill and let it sit on a chopping board for a further minute. Your steaks are now ready to be served.
1. Fish Sandwich: Between 2 pieces of toasted bread or bun alongside your favorite spread, lettuce and pickles.
2. Tacos: Roughly chop the steaks and serve on corn tortillas with your favorite salsa, pico de gall or pickled cabbage.
3. Rice: Serve atop boiled rice with additional Himalayan Heatwave sauce for good measure.
4. Himalaya Experience: If you can get your hands on it, toasted flattened rice is a texture contrast and the traditional way to serve BBQ in Nepal!