This sweet, fruity marinade packs the power of pineapple and cider vinegar, which allows it work its way into meat. Add to this a collection of exotic flavors that turn any cut of pork or chicken into something truly delicious.
Bursting with flavor, this red wine marinade is good on anything from chicken breast to chicken thighs. You can also use it as a basting sauce for rotisserie chicken or even on grilled turkey breasts.
You've heard of Jerk seasonings and Jerk rubs, well this is a jerk marinade that gets that fantastic flavor deep into the meat. While this can be used on beef, pork, and fish, it works particularly well on chicken.
Loaded with the perfect ingredients for making fajitas, this marinade is compatible with most meats. Marinate beef the longest, poultry less, and fish for up to 30 minutes.
Although, Carne Asada usually refers to beef, this marinade works just as well on chicken or pork. If you want to put together a delicious Mexican dish, then this is a great marinade to start with.
Rich with the flavors of lemon and wine marinade, this marinade works really well on fish or chicken. Remember to decrease the marinating time (up to 30 minutes) for any fish or seafood, as the acids in the ingredients can render a mushy and sometimes, rubbery result. However, if preparing chicken breasts, thighs, or drumsticks, you can marinate for 2-3 hours
With a hint of acid from the lemon and earthy freshness from the rosemary, this is a great marinade recipe for chicken. It produces a lemon-herb flavor similar to that found in so many store made chickens. However, this is much better.
Arguably one of my favorite Asian fusion recipes, utilizing a soy sauce and cider vinegar base, complimented by the sweet citrus component, this marinade works magic on chicken, pork, and beef. Remember to let the marinade cool considerably before using it on raw meat.