I was searching for some unique, even “strange” ethnic recipes to share here during the recent summer grilling months. A Google search for “Strange Grilled Meats” led me to a recipe that I modified just a tad, but still using the same meats:
Ostrich, Emu, and/or Kangaroo steaks.
Now I know, to Australians, these are probably not considered strange grilled meats, not even in the least. But to us living here in North America, yes … plopping steaks from those animals on the barbie certainly falls under the category of-
Strange Grilled Meats!
I haven’t tried the ostrich or emu yet, but I did order some kangaroo steaks. Actually, I purchased some boneless Kangaroo loin meat, and sliced several thick steaks off of it.
I marinated them according to the recipe below, grilled them up medium rare, and let me tell you … delicious!
So good in fact, I decided I’m going to try out the same marinade/recipe with ostrich and emu, too. But for right now, on this post, the following is how I prepared my Kangaroo steaks.
Okay, you say, enough chit chat … how about getting into the recipe, Old Silly?
And fine, I say, that is exactly what I’m about to do, next up on this Strange Grilled Meats post …