There is no authentic Xinjiang restaurant for studying in the US, so I have to do it myself! The Australian lamb leg meat is not too heavy and is very suitable for skewers. There is no carbon fire oven, you can also bake a stick 哒~ Little friends smash a meal, happy Thanksgiving~
Take the leg of lamb and cut into pieces of mutton about 1 cm. I use Australian lamb leg meat, super big ~
Chopped mutton granules: D
Take about 50 capsules of peppercorns, add 200ml of water, boil for 10 minutes or longer, discard the peppercorns, add the boiled peppercorn water and 30ml of cooking wine to the mutton pellets for 15 minutes or longer to remove the astringency, then pour the peppercorns off.
Add 5g of salt, 5g of white pepper, ginger, a spoonful of cumin powder and a spoonful of cumin granules into the mutton granules (or more cumin) and mix well. Add 30 ml of vegetable oil and mix well to make the roasted lamb more tender. I put more vegetable oil and marinated for 1 hour (I marinated this time).
Bamboo sticks soak for more than 30 minutes, avoid baking, or use iron. Put the mutton and fat into thin mutton skewers, put them on the grill and brush the oil. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F and bake for 5 minutes after reaching the preheating temperature. Turn over the oil oven to raise the temperature of 220C/425F, baking for 5 minutes, the length of time is based on the thick and flexible grasp of the mutton string, I did not pay attention to baking for 10 minutes, but still very tender.
The mutton skewers are delicious! Sprinkle with salt, cumin and chili noodles. If you need to heat the oil, then bake it, still fragrant ~
1. Pepper water can be effectively removed. It is recommended to use it for a longer period of time. The Australian mutton I used was not heavy, but it was still marinated. 2. It is very important to drain the oil when marinating the mutton. It is also important to apply oil before baking, so that it is very tender when baked. 3. The oven can be heated to lock the water at a high temperature, or it can be slightly slightly burnt and more fragrant.