Whiskey Marinade for Chicken, Pork or Steak

"I used this marinade on Ribeye Steaks cooked on the grill."
 
Whiskey Marinade for Chicken, Pork or Steak created by barefootmommawv
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place brown sugar in bowl.
  • Add whiskey to brown sugar and mix.
  • Add olive oil to whiskey and brown sugar mixture.
  • Add remaining ingredients.
  • Place meat in air tight container.
  • Pour mixture over meat.
  • Seal in air tight container.
  • Shake container.
  • Place meat with marinade in refrigerator for 3 hours to overnight.
  • Cook meat on grill.

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  1. Greg P.
    I planned to do a marinade for a ribeye steak (wanted to use this recipe with Uncle Nearest 1856 whiskey 100 proof); however, I was going to smoke the steaks after marinading them overnight. Also, after reading the comments, I think it may be a good idea to drop the brown sugar from 1/2 a cup to 3/8 a cup. Any thoughts? Do you think smoking with a reverse searing will work using this marinade?
     
  2. Vickie F.
    How would this work for a thick ribeye?
     
  3. Charles S.
    How many pounds of meat this for
     
  4. bistabil
    don't think "any brand" works here. I used Jack Daniels and the meat turned out so sweet I couldn't finish the chicken. Other ingredients go well together but my next try will be with Scotch and half the sugar.
     
  5. vicki0627
    I tried this as written with b/s chicken breasts on a grill inside and used a pecan whiskey. Although the taste was great, I don't believe I marinated the breasts long enough. Will try again for Memorial Day and smoke the breasts this time maybe even injecting some of the marinade. I am making a few extra breasts in hope of having some left overs for a chicken salad.
     

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