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.
I use this when prepping large quantity of chicken for parties.
No long marinating process here. A quick splash in Mexican spices gives your chicken just the right amount of flavor.
After a long day of eating from your ribs group, burgers group, and steak group, cool off and hit your chicken and veggie groups with this island-inspired chicken salad.
Soak fish or chicken in Mexico's national spirit for cool flavor.
A classic marinade for chicken breasts, using fresh tarragon. Make sure to use dry white wine--ask someone at the wine counter to point one out for you.
An easy marinade, just make and add chicken an hour before you're ready to grill. And if you should happen to take a couple of pulls on that bottle of bourbon in the meantime, so be it.
Recommended for jalapeno lovers, this heat-packed marinade will give you the spice you crave in grilled chicken.
I am a board member and resident cook for the Harrison County Cattlemen's Association. This is the best marinade I have ever used. It works on any kind of meat, and even fish.
Marinade for beef, pork, and chicken.
A Tex-Mex style marinade for steaks, chicken or veggies. Inspired by Austin Nielson's "The Ultimate Chipotle Marinade for Steak, Chicken, or Pork."
A sweet and slightly spicy marinade for steak, chicken and fish.
Honey is the featured ingredient in this marinade, which you can use to season beef, chicken, pork, and vegetables.
Whiskey and ginger: A classic, tasty drink that's now adapted as a marinade for steak or chicken.
This marinade, like the 2010-11 Miami Heat, depends entirely on a trio of stars. Sweet: Honey. Spice: Horseradish. Savory: Steak seasoning.
These grilled chicken breasts have a little spice and a little citrus for a quick, tasty, healthy main course.
Italian dressing is a classic marinade, but this up the ante with steak sauce and extra garlic. Inspired by granger35's "Best Steak, Pork, Chicken Fish and Vegetable Marinade"