Chipotle Chile Lime Marinade

A recipe found on a WW community I used to visit. This is more of a rub than a marinade. I've used this on both chicken and pork. Can be used on fish, but should only be marinated about 20 minutes. Any longer and it will break down because of the lime juice.

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10mins
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directions

  • Combine spices in a large zipper bag.
  • Add lime juice and oil.
  • Seal bag and mix by kneading until all powder and juice are blended together.
  • Place your choice of meat in the bag, seal and toss around until all meat is coated.
  • Marinate about an hour depending on the meat you have chosen.
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"A recipe found on a WW community I used to visit. This is more of a rub than a marinade. I've used this on both chicken and pork. Can be used on fish, but should only be marinated about 20 minutes. Any longer and it will break down because of the lime juice."
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  1. LARavenscroft
    A recipe found on a WW community I used to visit. This is more of a rub than a marinade. I've used this on both chicken and pork. Can be used on fish, but should only be marinated about 20 minutes. Any longer and it will break down because of the lime juice.
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