Moroccan-Spiced Pork Kebabs

DSC_0022[1]This gorgeous recipe is pretty much from ‘Moro’ by Sam and Sam Clark (Pinchitos morunos).  I’d never thought of using pork fillets for kebabs, but they were perfect.

Take one pork fillet (500g) and cut in half lengthways.  Cut each piece into cubes (2-3 cm) and pop into a bowl.

Put a pinch of saffron into a cup with 2 tablespoons of boiling water and allow to infuse while you prepare the other spices.

Grind half a teaspoon each of coriander seeds, cumin seeds and fennel seeds.  Add 3-4 cloves of garlic, a ripped up bay leaf and half a teaspoon of salt and mush them all up together.  Add a dessertspoon of olive oil and a dessertspoon of red or white wine vinegar and mix.    It doesn’t need to be a smooth paste.

Pour the spice mix and the saffron-infused water over the pork, mix it together and leave it covered in the fridge for a minimum of two hours.

Thread the meat onto metal skewers and finish each one with a green chilli.  Cook on a hot barbecue until well charred and cooked through on each side.

 

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