Easiest chicken marinade that gives you very moist and tasty chicken, especially when grilled. I got this recipe from a person my husband worked with about 11 years ago and I never grill my chicken any other way. Cook time includes marinating time.
This marinade works great with most meats, especially pork tenderloin, see recipe 90325. It goes well with beef short ribs, pork, or even chicken. Red pepper flakes control how spicy you would like it to be. Cook the meat on your outdoor grill, or regular oven to recommended temperatures. Cooking time depends, on the meat you choose.
This is a flavorful and light marinade that makes chicken breasts taste awesome! It can also be used on seafood; I marinate chicken for about half a day, seafood for a couple of hours. This recipe makes enough marinade for about 4 pounds of chicken or fish.
This is an easy way to make a delicious vegetable broth that you can keep on hand for use in recipes. Leaving the skin ON gives a nice golden color to the broth. I adopted this recipe and have worked lovingly on it for several months. I wanted to keep it low in sodium but you can certainly adjust that to your liking.
Adopted! Original poster's comments: use it to moisten braised pork dishes or for sauces for any pork dish. It can be used as is or reduced from 4-5 cups to 1-2 cups. You can use other bony cuts, such as ribs, as long as they aren't too fatty and are fairly meaty. Otherwise, add a pound of meat to 1 1/2 pounds clean bones; without meat, the stock will have body but lack flavor.
QDM: I have no idea where I would get pig's feet. It's illegal here to sell them and a butcher giving them away could be charged with some abstruse crime. So, will try to figure something else out for the gelatin...
This is a satisfying vegetable stock made rich and delicious with lentils, leeks, and potato. It's suitable for vegan meals, and makes an excellent stock in which to cook rice. And it's my vegetable stock of choice for my own Five Lily Soup!
Well, without Chaimen, there would be no Basterma! I LOVE Basterma...It is so delicious. A real delicacy. Sliced very, very thin and eaten with The wonderful Armenian bread-Lavash. Can you tell I like Armenian food?? I can't help it-It's in my blood. Thanks to my Aunt Sophie!