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    A delicious combination of Indian and Asian flavors. A recipe you won't be sorry you tried! Prep time includes 2 hours marinading. Note: If you can't find the spice Garam Masala, there are several recipes for it on Zaar.

    Recipe #149512

    My 9 year old daughter requests Moroccan Chicken whenever I mention 'chicken' is for dinner. This recipe came from a Rotisserie Cookbook I have. The marinade/paste for the chicken can be put on as early as that morning, or as late as an hour before grilling and it will still have a wonderful flavor. You can also leave the chicken whole and put it on a rotisserie if you have one. Enjoy!

    Recipe #120343

    This is the marinade my father "Buck" used for years to make beef kabobs. I think it's from some barbecue book from the 50's. It was our family favorite for birthday dinners and family gatherings. All 5 of us kids now use this recipe with our own families. The longer you marinade the beef in it (in the fridge of course), the stronger the flavor will be. I like it mild, so I make mine in the morning and marinade the beef until dinner time. Some family members do marinade for 24 hours for a stronger flavor. Be sure to use the light soy sauce instead of regular to prevent this from being too salty. Note: You may need a package of long bamboo skewers for the recipe.

    Recipe #140754

    Recipe #111719

    I clipped this from a magazine many moons ago. These are very good.

    Recipe #39809

    7 Reviews |  By Geema

    An easy marinade that adds a nice spicy taste to your chicken or vegetables for the grill or the oven.

    Recipe #54553

    79 Reviews |  By bratty

    This is the way I always prepare my BBQ ribs. They result in fall off the bone tender ribs, and they are always a hit. The spices listed are what I submitted for this recipe, however I probably never use the same thing twice. Play around with those ingredients you enjoy the most. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #67063

    This a very simple marinade for steak, or any cut of beef.

    Recipe #155563

    59 Reviews |  By L DJ

    A wonderful marinade for meat grilled on the BBQ or broiled.

    Recipe #42316

    This marinade gives an "excellent" flavor to your steaks or beef tenderloin roast. I like to serve this with Hash Brown Potato Casserole, Garlic Salad and hot bread. It's a good meal to serve for a dinner party. (I have posted the recipes for the potato casserole and the garlic salad). Prep times and cook times vary depending on how well done or rare you like your meat).

    Recipe #46597

    7 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This is the best marinade for pork that I have ever used. It comes from an old Sunset Magazine cookbook. I usually make kabobs instead of an entire pork butt, reducing marinating time to 8 hrs and cooking time as needed.Preparation time does not include marinating.

    Recipe #124425

    7 Reviews |  By Cathy17

    I created this recipe by fooling around with some ingredients. The result is a wonderful tangy marinade with a bit of a kick that I use on steaks, pork chops, roast pork and even deer meat. This is especially good for a tough cut of meat. I frequently use this for london broil and marinate overnight. If I use for a pork roast, I add more maple syrup to make it sweeter and then baste the pork roast with it when it is cooking in the oven. ETA: You can also use Agave nectar in place of honey or maple syrup as a low glycemic option.

    Recipe #91160

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    Simple, a bit out of the ordinary. Really nice on pork.

    Recipe #59927

    You can use this on any meat. The sesame seeds is what makes this recipe!

    Recipe #72445

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This rub makes the meat melt and explode in your mouth! This is very well seasoned! Leftovers are great in wraps. Serve hot or cold.

    Recipe #97731

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