Beef steak marinade for grilling.
Great all around marinade. Use it for steaks, roasts, shish-ka-bobs and even to marinade meat for beef jerky. This recipe has been passed down in our family for years.
This is a salmon marinade that I created and I really enjoy. Although the ingredients sound spicy, it actually comes out zesty. I cook my fillets in the marinade on a small George Foreman style grill. I create a "boat" out of tinfoil with an open top, so the top burner is touching the meat. They take about 8-10 minutes to cook using that method.
No island BBQ would be complete without finadeni. This all-purpose sauce is used to flavor rice, soups, dipping and is excellent for marinating chicken, beef and pork. If you like, I have seen other people substitute the thinly sliced onions with chopped onions or chopped green onions.
This is a classic three bean salad that is good for vegetarians, and meat eaters alike. My four year old will eat it, and she is not crazy about beans. So we named it after her. Allow your three bean to chill and marinate in the refrigerator for up to six hours, you can of course eat this right away. I however find that it is much better after it has had time to soak in all the flavors of the “dressing”.
These three ingredients are the LeBron/Wade/Bosh of the rub world.
Give your wrists a nice workout and your guests the flavor of this tasty basting sauce for beef or poultry.
You haven't tasted ketchup until you've tasted *homemade* ketchup! At about 1/3 the cost of the brand names (you wouldn't actually even think of using a generic brand, would you?!), there is no reason why you or your family or crew should suffer through life without this stuff! It keeps well in the 'fridge for a few weeks, but rarely is still around by then! This recipe makes enough to about fill an emptied (and washed out!) 32 ounce squeeze bottle from the store-bought stuff.
The Boy Scouts motto, "Be Prepared," comes in handy for adults in the kitchen, too. If you're prepared with a decent spice rack, you should be able to throw together this marinade in just a few minutes.
A hearty marinade that works best with that heartiest of meats, the steak. Inspired by Boomdog02's "Grilled "Stout" Skirt Steak."
An amazingly tender steak needs the lightest of flavor boosts. Just like a pitcher with 95-mph heat maybe needs just a bit of an off-speed pitch. Mix mustard, ginger and sugar for the simplest of spice rubs.
Lip smacking, tongue tingling, finger licking good!
For best results always use fresh produce.
Lamb cutlets aren't very big, but they pack a lot of flavor. Try them out on the grill with this easy grilled lamb recipe.
A very easy wine marinade for fish that will leave you with plenty left over to drink.
A sweet, sour, savory marinade. The better the orange juice you use, the better this will be. If you can managed fresh-squeezed, make it happen.
A marinade for meats with undertones similar to a Japanese steak house dipping sauce, with mild garlic and unmistakably teriyaki flavors.
Planning on frying up a turkey this year? Big Daddy Ed says "Inject that Turkey!" Stick this flavorful, southern marinade on the inside of the bird for the perfect deep fried turkey.
Filled with southern spices and spicy hot sauces, this overnight marinade is great on beef, chicken and pork.
Pacific Rim flavors are brought together in this marinade perfect for chicken breasts, fish and pork chops on the grill.
A marinade that will make your mouth water and make your choice of cut of meat tender enough for a fork!