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I tried this marinade on chicken breasts. For some reason, the chicken had a very odd texture after grilling. Don't know if the rum disintigrated the chicken or I left it to marinade too long (6 hours). I may try it again on beef, but never again on chicken.

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wildhorse September 15, 2002

I used this to marinate shrimp and chicken before grilling. I got rave reviews from my dinner guests as well as requests for the recipe. I used coconut rum and made grilled pineapple to serve on the side. I will make this one again.

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tater May 04, 2009

I found this recipe in an old Better Homes and Gardens Grilling cookbook. When ever I have a fresh pineapple, I put all the "its and bits" of the pineapple in my juicer and come up with the fresh juice. Use dark or amber rum for a more pronounced rum taste. I would do this one again!

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Abby Girl April 24, 2009

Oh, God where to begin! This recipe despite being posted through out the internet is a disaster! Used a Jamaican rum and marinated for four hours. It's bitter and putrid. Had to turn it into fish bait though we didn't catch anything. Needless to say the fish preferred the worms over the steak.

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Dean W. May 18, 2014

I used this for the pork and beef kebabs I made for camping. It was wonderful as my friends and I ate them up.

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CheekyC May 26, 2005
Ginger-Rum Marinade