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Very good marinade. I used this for shrimp, which I sauteed. I also used plum sauce, olive oil (w/o the sesame oil), 1/2 T ground coriander, and didn't add a chili pepper. I'll definitely try this again with other meats. Yum.

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mle234 June 06, 2008

made this on chicken wings. very yummy. Made it for my mother for mothers day dinner. She loved it. Made for RECIPE SWAP #16 - May 2008

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Sonya01 May 11, 2008

Wow yum, tasty marinade! The quantities are just right. I didn't have plum sauce but used plum jam heated in the microwave until it was runny. I used it on seafood skewers and they were really yum! Thanks!

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Chickee January 28, 2008

Totally delectable and great on our Panga fish fillets! I added extra chilli and also a bit extra plum sauce too! Thanks for posting this marinade - it will be a regular in our home now! FT:-) (I cut back on the Soy sauce too - we have to watch our salt!)

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French Tart September 07, 2007

This was delicious on the chicken I cooked. I used breast fillets, skin off, but skin left on would be very nice too. Thanks for sharing.

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Amanda in Adelaide July 23, 2007

Yum! I used this with some Tasmanian salmon cutlets and it was fantastic! I also used honey and the only other substitution I made was using some sweet chili sauce instead of the chili pepper.

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Peter J July 03, 2006
Oriental Marinade