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Soy Balsamic Shark with some camp cooking pics

I have just returned from a wonderful week camping at Lagoon bay on Bangor in Dunalley with my family and friends. The kids had a great time and they even got to see a Tassie Devil that wandered through our campsite. We caught lots of amazing seafood crayfish, abalone, flathead and other fish so lots of delicious meals! here are a few pics

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Fruit loops on the beach

Quail (1 of 1)

Jodie is a pretty awesome camp cooker she cooked this quail with Tarragon and bacon in the camp oven

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My sister Angela and Steph taking it easy in the afternoon.

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slow cooking some mutton birds over the fire

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Oddly my fussiest eater Steph loved the mutton birds

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These breakfast sandwiches are awesome Salmon rashers-thin sliced smoked and salted salmon, with bacon, egg and chutney. Delicious!!

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Jordy cooking pancakes with the recipe from my book, The Real Food for Kids Cookbook

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The salmon rashers again in a salad wraps

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Pulling the net at sunset

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Caught a few trumpeter and other fish

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Brendan went for a dive a got a few abalone we just sliced and bashed them and cooked them on the BBQ with salt and pepper and lemon. Just perfect like that.

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camping essentials: jaffles and tinned spaghetti

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These Australian salmon burgers I had premade and brought in frozen turned out to be the perfect BBQ baby food!

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After a big day playing in a hole at the beach Oscar fell asleep at dinner.

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3 Crayfish in the pots one morning

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Crumbed and fried Flathead yum!

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cooked shark

Soy Balsamic Marinated Shark
600 grams skinned and boneless shark fillet
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon balsamic
1 tablespoon lime juice
1 tablespoon sesame oil
2 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon crushed ginger
1 tablespoon dill

Crush garlic and ginger and finely chop dill and mix well with all other ingredients. slice the shark into thin (1cm) steaks. Put the steaks in the mix and marinate for at least 2 hours. cook in a medium hot pan with a dash of oil for a few minutes on each side or until cooked through. Serve with a salad

Like this recipe? please share it and find more recipes in my first book The Real Food for kids Cookbook

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