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.
This is a very simple brine for salmon. After soaking overnight, we prefer to smoke the fish, but this brine works just as well for grilled, baked or broiled salmon.
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.
A sweet, spicy, tangy and delicious marinade that can be used for your favorite fish. I would recommend using either catfish or salmon if you would like to use fish.
We love fajitas here at the ranch - They're relatively easy, quick, certainly tasty and fun to eat. It took us a few years to work out a marinade that works pretty darn well on just about anything you might want to stuff into a soft flour tortilla, but we haven't had to make any adjustments to this for a couple years, now, so it must be about right! It works great on beef, pork, poultry, fish or shrimp, and even some vegetables.