Add extra flavor to your veggies before grilling. Most vegetables take 15 to 30 minutes to soak up their fill of marinade, so even if you're hungry now, dinner won't take long.
This big-flavored marinade gives beef and vegetables some serious flavor.
Give meat or veggies an Italian flavor with this simple no-cook marinade.
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.
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 spicy marinade that works well with wild game or other tough meat. Inspired by Ben Sullivan's "Beer Marinated Deer, Elk, or Moose Steak."
An Asian-inspired marinade, with garlic, soy and ginger. Inspired by Travis' "Grilled Marinated Steak"
Two required Chinese condiments, mustard and soy sauce, come together to flavor your food. Inspired by CHEFSINGLEDAD's "Tim's Shrimp-Stuffed New York Steak"
A huge sandwich that makes a food challenge for an extremely hungry veggie-lover. (Or you can just cut it in pieces and serve.)
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"
Bourbon and brown sugar, a match made by the cooking gods. Let them flavor your steak. Inspired by flamekissedsam's "Bourbon Steak"
This one's for garlic lovers only. Helps if you like Greek flavors, too. Inspired by Austin Nielson's "Greek Marinated Grilled Rib-eyes with a Tangy Tomato, Onion, and Kalamata Olive Relish"