Maskuf Recipe

One large trout fish
 1/3 pound of tomato
 2 white onions
 2 table spoons oil
 Black pepper or spices of your choice

1) Cut fish lengthwise from its back without removing the skin or the scales. Clean its
inside. Wash fish with water. Then, rub the fish with salt (both sides).
2) Start a fire at your campsite, riverside or backyard using wood sticks. Make sure the
fire continues to flame. Measure wood stakes to be the length of the BBQ grilling stakes. 
Insert these wood stakes into the soil, one-foot away from the flames on the downwind
side. This allows the flames to lick at the fish.
3) You can also use just the regular barbeque or you can even do it in the oven.
4) Skewer the fish onto two woods stakes between the skin and meat. Make sure its
inside faces the flames.
5) Heat oil in a frying pan.
6) Chop onions very thin and add them to the pan.
7) Cut tomato into small pieces and add them to the onion. Add salt and black pepper to the mix.
8) Cook for 10 minutes or until you have a thick sauce mixture in the frying pan.
9) Remove the fish once it’s well cooked. Put it on a tray or plate.
10) Brush the sauce on its inside.

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