The best soaks for pork--whether you plan to put it on the grill, broil, or even pan fry, guys have discovered top formulas for flavor.
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 rich, flavorful marinade that compliments almost any meat.
Sweet and tangy marinade, perfect for grilled pork.
Grab a handful of fresh herbs for this simple but flavorful marinade.
Tasty teriyaki flavor is yours in minutes after a one-hour marinating session for pork chop strips. Cutting into strips before marinading helps more flavor seep into the meat.
A simple recipe with common pantry ingredients. After a 1-hour marinade, you're just 10 minutes away from flavorful pork.
A marinade that's good enough to drink--brown sugar, pineapple juice, Italian dressing and soy sauce--flavors these easy grilled pork medallions.
A Tex-Mex style marinade for steaks, chicken or veggies. Inspired by Austin Nielson's "The Ultimate Chipotle Marinade for Steak, Chicken, or Pork."
Pull this out of the oven and hear the gasps. Rolled in sesame seeds, great color from a honey/brown sugar glaze, this roast pork looks *almost* as good as it tastes.
Roast pork tenderloins with subtle flavor after a soaking in a gentle marinade.