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Very good. I made with pork chops and did them on the grill. My husband commented on how tender they were.
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
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!
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.
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!!!
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.
I thought this was fantastic. I let the meat marinate for about 24 hours....ribeyes had a great flavor! Thanks for another great recipe!
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!!
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!!!
left out the worcestershire...family preference. was great.