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    Soak Up the Flavor With Marinades and Rubs!

    Here is my favorite collection of marinades and rubs.

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    Make sure your grill is hot before adding your steak. A hot grill quickly sears the outside of the meat, sealing the meat so it stays juicy and tender. Adding a packet of potatoes or vegetables while the steak cooks will save you time and work and supply you with a great side.

    Recipe #120918

    I have a few favorite marinades that I have used for years this is one of them, this marinade will tenderize and add flavor to any cut of meat to absolute perfection and makes fantastic kabobs! This can also be used for chicken but because of the vinegar amount marinading time will need to be reduced to a maximum of 6 hours or the acid vinegar will start to "cook" the chicken, use only honey no other substitutions!.. you will love this marinade!

    Recipe #116996

    To tenderize, a marinade must contain an acidic ingredient such as lemon juice, wine, vinegar or yogurt; the acid penetrates meat fibers to help tenderize them.

    Recipe #403734

    24 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Dry Jerk Seasoning Mix

    Recipe #156341

    This Cajun style dish is named after the famous street in the French Quarter in New orleans. NO BOURBON is needed to taste like the orginal applebees steak from TSR

    Recipe #216397


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