Drew's Marinade and Tenderizer

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is especially good for marinating meats for stir-frying, as well as chicken breasts, roasts, pork chops, or cubed venison. Double recipe if using a large cut of meat, such as roasts.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Add all ingredients, except baking soda, and mix.
  2. Add baking soda and mix.
  3. It will begin to froth, and that's normal.
  4. Place meat (beef, chicken, pork, venison) in resealable plastic bag and refrigerate for 20 minutes up to several hours.
  5. Grill or stir-fry meats.
  6. Note: Do not leave meat in marinade overnight, as it will soften and flavor meats too much.


Most Helpful

This was absolutely fabulous! I butterflied 2 pork tenderloins and placed them in a zip bag with a double recipe of the marinade. It was in the refrigerator for about 4 hours before grilling. Wow! Delicious. I'm hanging on to this winner. Thanks for sharing BeachGirl.

PanNan March 22, 2003

This is fantastic! Sorry for not reviewing soon, since I've used the recipe 4 or 5 times already (always for steak.) After combining the ingredients I throw the steaks and marinade in a FoodSaver bag, suck the air out, turn the bag over a couple times before charcoal grilling, and the flavors just implode into the meat. Thanks BeachGirl for posting!

Carol O' May 02, 2007

This was great!! Exactly what I was looking for. I used this marinade on rib eye steak and it was so tender and flavoursome I couldn't get enough of it. My search has ended...TY so much for this post.

tummy*yummies December 26, 2005

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