WOW, this marinade is terrific and will be used often. I marinated boneless pork chop for almost 2 hours. My picky kids proclaimed this their "favorite way to eat chops" and we got 5***** review from all. We grilled 'em outdoors. My only change made to the recipe was that I used only 1 t black pepper. I was pleased that the chili powder and black pepper was not too spicy. Just a perfect blend of seasonings. Thanks a bunch LizzyGirl!
Used this marinade for a beef tenderloin roast. Marinated overnight so all the flavors set in. Pan seared the roast then baked in in the oven at 350 uncovered until the temp hit 140. Used the marinade and drippings from the roast to create a sauce. Simmered/reduced down and added 1/4 of heavy whipping cream and vegetable stock for a nice finishing sauce. Served Cuban Balck Beans and Rice with chopped onions and cilantro and a dallop of sour cream. Amazing meal.
This was a wonderful marinade that I used on 2 lbs of pork tenderloin. I marinaded it overnight. I baked the pork in the oven at 400 degrees for 30 minutes. The pork was deliciously tender and moist. Thanks for sharing. Made for Spring PAC 2014.
I served this as the main entree at a Cuban themed brunch and received rave reviews from all guests. AMAZING. This is destined to become a staple at our home.
This was a great marinade. I used bone in chicken breast and marinaded it overnight. Grilled it and I love the flavors!
Great marinade for grilled chicken! Loved the combination of spices and citrus.
Omg this was so good! I marinated a whole chicken and cooked in a rotiserie! The smell was almost unbearable, i couldnt wait to eat it it was so tempting. Very good and cant wait to try it on beef!
Fantastic marinade for a taste of the "Islands". I substituted shallots for the onion, fresh ginger (finely grated), and fresh ground nutmeg. I used a Jaccard Meat Tenderizer (tool) on pork steaks to really allow the marinade to get deep inside. I marinated meat for 4 hours and grilled them on a charcoal grill. Great recipe LizzyGirl, thanks for posting!!
YUM! Used this on chicken wings and they came out great. I added cilantro and Goya's adobo to the marinade and let them sit for about 5 hours before baking. They had a fantastic taste - thanks LizzyGirl!
I used this for grilled pork. It was excellent. Especially delightful because all ingredients are usually in the pantry.