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Old 06-09-2011, 06:26 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Burning marination

Hello,

Whatever the marination is, it burns before the meat/poultry/ vegetables are cooked.

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A little help. What is your cooking method?

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18, probably has alot of sugar in it. Just a guess, but like Craig said, a little help.
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Old 06-09-2011, 07:41 AM   #4
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Thanks guys.

Whatever method electrical grill, stir-fry, even just using a pan with little oil.

And not just the sweet marination, all of them even the one that contains oil and vinegar with seasoning, where the seasoning burn lol, not funny.
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Have you tried patting the meat dry before cooking? The marinade has imparted its flavor so wiping it off the surface shouldn't mess with the flavor. I assume you are talking about wet marinades.

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Yes wet, and yes I do pat before placing them, I don't get it why it burns, what temperature should I choose? low, low-med, med, med- high, high?
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Try to sear/direct heat first then move to lower/indirect heat, or try the reverse of that and go indirect first, then sear at the end.

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Hmm, I thought of cooking before marinating, and when its well cooked I just brush the marination and let it for a few mins then remove before burning.

What do you think?
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Hmm, I thought of cooking before marinating, and when its well cooked I just brush the marination and let it for a few mins then remove before burning.

What do you think?
No. Don't even consider that.

The problem is not the marinade; the problem is your cooking technique.

Tell us more about the time and temp of your cookery as well as what kinds of pots/pans you use.
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Ouch

I've tried tefal and stainless steal and both give the same result.

I use the highest temp number 6 (1-6) electrical stove.

no time, just wait till they are cooked, I take a piece and cut it in half and see if its still raw I cook it a little more.
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