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Well, I did a pork shoulder roast tonight. This marinade was delicious. I actually put the roast in a stainless steel pot(with lid) and cooked the roast on the BBQ in the marinade. I didn't add the salt, and I really increased the garlic! My husband and I are garlic freaks! Thanks for a keeper...
Very tasty. I used this marinade with chicken breasts, cut into cubes and then cooked them with onion, green peppers and carrots on skewers in my rotissere. It gave the meat a very good flavor. I think next time I would also baste the vegetables as they cook. Thank you.
Great marinade. I halved the recipe and used this on a couple of T-Bones which I marinated for about 6 hours. Then cooked them up on the bbq. Incredibly tender!
This is such a great, all-around marinade for both pork and beef. I've used it mostly for chuck roasts and pork butts. It makes the chuck roasts tender and not so dry (not to mention tasty!), and as well, makes a great bbq pulled pork (when cooked in slow cooker). It is our #1 marinade (except for steaks, which hubby has a secret to).
I made this as directed and marinated two rib steaks with it. There was way too much marinade for only two steaks- I could have easily halved it and had more than enough. I was only able to marinate for about 3 hours and was very surprised by the amount of flavour that got into the meat in that short time. I found it a slight bit too salty- I think I could leave off the salt considering the amount of soy sauce. All in all it was a very tasty and easy to follow recipe. Thanks!
I marinaded a tri tip roast overnight and BBQed it when we were camping! I outdid everyone else meals for the entire weekend! Everyone loved the meat! Definitely one to keep!
I used this 3 times over the holiday weekend and everytime all meat eaters wanted to know what the marinade i used. The meat was delicious. I used Balsamic vinegar instead of red wine but it was still fantastic.