Citizen Fish – Chili Pain Lyrics
Chili Pain! The heat is hot like desert rain Floods of fire as I perspire All sensation feeds the flame “Did it efore… Do it again!” Something transmits to my brain Through chemical sparks that quickly drain Into the arteries and veins . And throat! The scarcity Of any type of other need Like the cut without the leeding Some intensity of feeding From the mass slowly reeling With physical mental sharpened feeling
I could attack or defend Choose the time I spend Without counting the cost Without feeling a loss Almost any space increases As the twitching face decreases So push the essence and feel the gain Trace the source through the fire and pain
Light a charcoal fire in a grill. Cut deep diagonal slits in the fish about 1 1/2 inches apart. Put the fish in a dish large enough to hold it and rub 1 teaspoon salt onto the skin, into the slits and inside the cavity. Sprinkle the fish with 2 1/2 tablespoons of the lime juice. Set the fish aside for 15 minutes. Meanwhile in a blender or food processor combine the bell pepper, chili peppers, shallots, ginger and remaining lime juice. Work the mixture until it forms a coarse paste. Transfer half the paste to a small serving bowl; it will serve as dipping sauce. Put the remaining paste in a mixing bowl. Add the oil to make a basting sauce.
Rub half the basting sauce on the fish, in the slits and inside the cavity. When the coals turn gray, brush the grill rack with oil. Set the fish on the rack and cook over the least-hot part of the fire for 10 minutes. Turn the fish over and cook about 4 minutes more or until the fish is golden and cooked through. Serve at once with the dipping sauce and a big bowl of white rice. Ready you are fish chili Please visit in the site www.indomunch.com for extra details.