3 Reviews

I just love this marinade! I have always been fond of Indian spices...and the aroma was enticing. For the 1 tbsp of spices...I used cumin and peppercorns...and bbq'd the chops. The result were tender, juicy and lightly flavoured. Thank you, Zurie for sharing yet another wonderful recipe!!

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luvcook'n January 23, 2010

This is by far, the BEST explaination of a recipe I have ever seen. You have taken the art of cookery to a level rarely seen before. You made so much more of this than we ordinarily see, and I think, this alone, deserves recognition. Thank you. I am going to make this now, out of respect for the fine thoughtfulness and awareness that went into it. I am assembling the ingredients even now. Fragile Thunder

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Fragilethunder March 29, 2006

My indoor grilled died this evening and I was forced to cook these in a cast iron skillet. I prepared mine in a resealable bag and after 4 days the chops were incredibly tender and had a wonderful, subtle flavor. I went a little soft on the spices but now realize that that was unneccesary. On a lark, I tossed a chicken breast into the bag. Will let you know how that goes. Just lovely. Thanks!

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justcallmetoni October 23, 2005
Pork Loin Chop Marinade, Old South African