Total Time
10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

From Firehouse Food. You can use this tangy marinade on chicken, pork, prawns, scallops, or any firm fleshed fish. Makes about 1 cup which is enough for 3 pounds of poultry, meat, or seafood.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl. If using with poultry or pork, marinate for 3 to 4 hours before grilling. Fish and shellfish should marinate no longer than half an hour as the citrus will "cook" the seafood.
Most Helpful

4 5

Great marinade! We used this on chicken - I marinated boneless skinless breasts overnight and grilled them and they were juicy and flavorful. Thanks for posting this recipe! Made for the Comfort Cafe Event, July 2009

5 5

Awesome, awesome marinade! Of course I love citrus, so I knew I'd like this. Ground, mexican oregano makes any mexican or southwestern dish better, lends a wonderful smoky flavor, very unlike regular oregano as we think of it in Italian food. The first time I identified it at a mexican restaurant, I spent the whole time trying to pinpoint the wonderful smoky, earthy flavor that I was tasting, once I figured it out, I made sure I always have it on hand for my mexican food cooking. Sorry, kind of got on an oregano tangent lol. Funny thing is, I am not crazy about regular oregano in italian food, I miss it if it's not there, but somehow it's just different. Needless to say, I added a little more oregano than 1 t to this recipe lol ;o) Thanks~!

4 5

We loved the flavors in this. I used this on chicken legs and thighs and marinaded for about 7 hours. Will have to try it on pork or fish next time. Thanks cookiedog!