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    Glazes & Marinades

    There is no better way to make meat flavorful and take advantage of cheaper cuts. *~* Photo by Sue Lau *~*
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    This is a variation of a recipe I got from a book that came with my BBQ. I used strip loin steaks and it was fantastic. You don't need any steak sauce to go with it. The taste from the marinade is delicious!

    Recipe #66648

    This recipe comes from my Dad's recipe file. It's a real treat to visit and have Dad make his trademarked, perfectly grilled and seasoned porterhouse steaks! The marinade is so simple that I'm able to do it in 5 minutes before heading off to work in the morning. Enjoy!

    Recipe #181786

    This is a sweet glaze with a nice zing that goes well with chicken, pork or beef. I always double or triple the recipe. Recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's version of T.G.I. Friday's Jack Daniels Grill Glaze www.TopSecretRecipes.com.

    Recipe #366216

    I make this copycat version from Tom Wilbur so Dugan will stop hoarding packages of the Hot Mustard Sauce from McDonalds.

    Recipe #132181

    In the south we grill year round. The marinade is so good you will lick it off your fingers. We use chicken wings, but cut up fryer chicken works well too.

    Recipe #333309

    Use for scallops, shrimp, chicken or lamb. Makes enough marinade for four servings of meat or fish.

    Recipe #357868

    From a Pillsbury pamphlet. A great salad dressing. Or use as a marinade by pouring over shrimp and letting them stand for 10 minutes. Cook shrimp on grill for 6-8 minutes while turning and basting with more marinade.

    Recipe #289926

    The featured August 2007 recipe on the Hershey website. Chef Bill Justus says this vinaigrette can be used as a salad dressing or as a marinade for vegetables, meats and seafood. Servings and prep times are guess-timates.

    Recipe #251361

    This recipe came from Allrecipes (Ruth Crickmer). My whole family loved it even though it cooked too fast. The original recipe said 'high heat' on the grill, which my husband did. It ended up cooking 8 minutes total, charred but not burnt tasting, and very juicy and flavorful. We'll turn down the heat next time for texture, but this is a keeper in our home!

    Recipe #29598

    Try this on pork roast.

    Recipe #254286

    Our family was swimming at a park in a small, New England town and, not realizing that it would close at 7 pm, I hadn't hurried about getting our chicken grilled. The ranger who apologetically told us that we were going to have to go commented on how good the chicken smelled and, when given a piece, told us he'd go finish up on the other side first so that we could have another 15 minutes to finish eating. Try this marinade on chicken, beef, pork, or even fish such as salmon or shark. But do look to see when the park is going to close. The rangers are only human. ;-) LOL

    Recipe #213299

    Every time we use this, the meat always comes out great. I always have the meat marinade over night.

    Recipe #253894

    Absolutely delicious clear orange colored glaze; The chipotle flavor and sweetness of the orange compliment when balanced. Multi uses but I had it over batter crusted Sea Bass with a Mango salsa, pilaf, and asparagus. Exquisite.

    Recipe #242594

    Printed in Good Food Magazine. Recipe from '333 Belrose Bar & Grill' in Wayne, PA. This flavorful dish has a rich coffee flavor with hints of sweet molasses and spicy chili. Begin marinating the pork one or two days ahead for best results. The mirin can be found in the Asian foods section of some supermarkets or at Japanese markets. Marinating time is NOT included in prep time.

    Recipe #245516

    This marinade is unbelievably good and is a welcome addition to pork, chicken or beef. Takes just minutes to whip up, but recommended to soak the meat in the marinade overnight.

    Recipe #239456

    This one comes from Morton's salt and is a fine rub for chicken on the gas grill or for over the campfire when you're camping. You could also use it with equal benefit for baked chicken in the oven. The cooking time listed accounts for marinating time in the refrigerator. Enjoy!

    Recipe #212033

    This is the best marinade I have ever used on a steak. It can be used for any meat, but we use it on steak. It may sound weird, but you can't really taste the coffee after it's cooked. It just leaves the meat TENDER, TENDER, TENDER & JUICY, JUICY, JUICY!!! It will make even the cheapest cut of meat taste like prime rib!

    Recipe #242821

    A wonderful marinade for chicken. If you don't have Miracle Whip, mayonnaise may be substituted. I usually marinate chicken in the marinade at least 30 minutes before cooking. However, I once took chicken sitting in the marinade to a cook-out, and other people there who had brought their own chicken started dipping their chicken in my left-over marinade to coat, then barbecuing right away without waiting for it to marinate. It was still delicious! I've found I can coat over a dozen chicken pieces with a single recipe of the marinade. These days I make this without the Tbs of salt when making it just for myself, but people's tolerance for low salt varies widely and so I've posted it the way I've found suits most people best. I'd say be guided by your own tastes when it comes to amount of salt used.

    Recipe #88939

    This is simplicity itself. To reduce the sodium content simply omit the salt.To reduce the sugar content replace the brown sugar with 1-teaspoon molasses and 1/4 cup granulated Splenda.Regular ketchup is full of things you don't even want to know about. I found this recipe on Hillbilly Housewife site.

    Recipe #230807

    Adapted from Taste of Home. Makes a great salad dressing or marinade. Plan ahead - needs to refrigerate several hours or overnight.

    Recipe #274989

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