Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Beer keeps the flavour light in this marinade. Ideal for chicken, beef or pork. Feel free to use any hot sauce brand of course. I think I originally copied this out of the Tabsco cook book.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all ingredients until well combined.
  2. Wouldn't hurt to use a blender.
  3. Your done.
  4. Marinade can be stored for up to 3 days in a covered jar in the fridge.


Most Helpful

I finally got around to trying this - and my family RAVED about the chicken I made with this. I made the marinade and left it sit in a jar to allow the flavors to blend - then put it in with the chicken overnight. It was so good!!

Skipp's Kitchen December 21, 2007

The flavors in this marinade are very very good! I made a smaller amount of marinade by using a smaller amount of beer (half cup) and used shallots instead of garlic and whirled it all up in a food processor. I pounded the chicken thinner, marinaded and then pan fried. I made this two nights in a row because I loved the flavor so much. I served it with some refried beans, corn, and a couple of whole wheat tortillas on the side. Totally satisfying. Thanks!

jedi master in training January 13, 2004

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