Excellent Marinade. Have done it twice already with marvelous results. Still have to try it with honey instead of Maple Syrup
Tasty and tangy-- a good grill choice. I froze boneless, skinless breasts in the marinade (chicken on sale). Defrosted and grilled, basting with sauce.
I used this for pork chops and they were delicious. I let them marinate for a day and grilled them on my george foreman grill. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Finally cooked this recipe today. It was delicious; a real KEEPER! Quick Tips: Froze the uncooked marinade, poured over spareribs, 6 weeks prior (with zip-bag spread-flat). Microwave on defrost, 3 minutes; toss contents into slow cooker (set on #2). Simmer 4-6 hours for tender, delicious results. Remove meat carefully, with tongs, cover with foil. Reduce drippings, over high, until thickened. Carefully return meat to coat in rich sauce. Serve over brown rice, with fresh fruits and veggies to round out the meal. Enjoyed BIG dividends, from small amount of investment of time. Filed printed recipe; it's a KEEPER!
Used on chicken breast and venison. It was AMAZING!!
I used this and made pork-ke-bobs, meat wwas tender and just a touch of heat, good flavor, DH and DD really loved it. I found it seemed to pull some moisture from the meat, I marinaded overnight.
Cathy, This is very good. I used boneless pork loin and allowed it to marinade overnight. The meat was very tender and moist. This is a keeper. Thanks!