116 Reviews

Very good. I made with pork chops and did them on the grill. My husband commented on how tender they were.

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agileangus September 14, 2008

Wow just wow ...simple and delicious ...i marinate all night and cook it on the charcaol with charbon and it was the best pork chop ever

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bobybaloony August 27, 2008

The vegetarian wins again! Despite being mostly vegetarian I was in charge of the meat for my boyfriend's monthly family gathering. Wanting to prove my culinary abilities, I searched out the fabulous Kittencal and her mighty marinade. I marinated about 4 lbs of pork chops in a double recipe of this. They were, and I quote, "poison" (you know, in that good way). So, big thumbs up from the whole family - even grandma!

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Georgiapea August 22, 2008

I've used this marinade twice now and it's been great both times. It really makes a difference with mediocre cuts of meat. They come out very flavorful and tender. Thanks for posting.

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Hunkle August 21, 2008

Oh my, this marinade is WONDERFUL!!! I was a bit worried about the honey w/ steaks but it really adds so much flavor-a delightful surprise! I love ginger so I used 1 tsp and only used 1/4 cup evoo. Marinated 3 chuck eye steaks overnight and grilled to medium rare-they came out so tender and delicious! This has to be one of the best marinades I've ever made. Served w/ Favorite Spinach Casserole and a salad w/ Best Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing/Dip for a delicious meal. Thank you, Kitten, for a great recipe that I look forward to making again and again!!!

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Mrs.Jack August 20, 2008

This was pretty good. I used a pretty cheap cut of meat and it was still pretty tender. I marinated this about about 4 hours and nex time if I was going to use a similar cut I would marinate it for at least 8. I loved the flavour and would like to try it on a better chop just for the flavours.

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rebellemichelle August 02, 2008

I thought this was fantastic. I let the meat marinate for about 24 hours....ribeyes had a great flavor! Thanks for another great recipe!

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lsustacy July 19, 2008

Another five star recipe from Kittencal. This is the best marindade I have used for pork. Delicious! It is a perfect blend of flavors. Thanks!!

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History Teacher July 17, 2008

Made this yesterday, followed directions to the letter for a 2.3 lb london broil (cooked on the grill). Only had time to marinade for about 6 hours (so I did use the optional tenderizer) - whole family loved the flavor and it was wonderfully tender. Poor old Mr Motley (the basset) didn't get any scraps last night! He looked so sad I had to part with a small taste of Cookin-jo's butter roasted carrots (http://www.recipezaar.com/137144) Which were just incredible with that London Broil! Thanks for yet another wonderful recipe!!!

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LoversDream July 14, 2008

left out the worcestershire...family preference. was great.

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lilquiz July 13, 2008
Kittencal's Beef or Pork Marinade and Tenderizer