We love variety which has us enjoying a number of great tasting marinades.This one is our go to. Quick and easy. If needing to tenderise we leave it overnight or longer.
We have been using this recipe since 1974. It was given to me by a good friend and Master Chef at the Charcoal Inn in Gaithersburg, MD. Very flavorful. This works well for meats prepared on the grill (indoor or out), in a smoker, under a broiler or in the oven. Note: Best if marinaded over night.
Bill's recipe. Marinate your meats in this before grilling/cooking and it will add some really great flavor.
This is enough marinade for up to 3 pounds chicken, use this for breasts or for chicken pieces. Plan ahead the chicken must marinade for a minimum of 8 hours, this really does a great job flavor wise and also makes chicken very tender
This flavorful marinade is great on cuts of boneless turkey, or could be used for bone-in turkey, too. The cooking method is up to you - grilled, baked, or pan-fried. I chose the latter since I was just preparing a relatively small tenderloin that I cut into smaller pieces.
Steak Marinade For Inside Or Outside Grilling This is a special marinade for steak that I use all the time. It is extremely easy to make and the nice thing about it is you probably have all the ingredients to make it in your cupboard. Don't add the juice from the marinade to your pan if you are cooking it inside. It will boil the steak and it won't be as good. It's okay if your...
This marinade yields some exceptionally delicious steaks right off the grill. These are mouth watering, tender, scrumptious steaks for you and your family to enjoy as much as mine does! Try using this at your next barbecue and you will be hooked! You can cook these on the grill inside during the cold weather, but they won't have that great smokey flavor that they get from the grill....
This is a recipe I copied from a Weber Real Grilling Cookbook. Hubby put this together and it was just divine. The marinated chops can also be pan fried.
Turkey is very tasty done on the grill. The brine keeps it especially moist and savory. The mesquite gives it unique flavor and the desirable smoke ring.
Pork is my favorite meat to smoke; it turns out so moist and flavorful. I like to brine a roast before smoking it to add more depth to the flavor. This is always a hit when served up at a pot-luck dinner!! If you are lucky enough to have any left-overs they make for a great pulled pork sandwich, just place the meat in a pot with a bit of water and BBQ sauce and heat through then serve it over a...
Based upon a recipe found in America's Test Kitchen cookbook.
This is a delicious but simple marinade I use quite often with steaks for grilling. If gluten intolerant make sure you are using gluten free beer.