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Old 08-06-2008, 02:14 PM   #11
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I enjoy Lawry's Hawaiin marinade, I just add a couple tweeks here and there (lime juice ect.) and use it to saute chicken and peppers to serve over rice. Simple and fast.
I love Soy vey it reminds me of a Korean BBQ marinade, actually I am marinating thinly sliced beef I bought at a Japanese market in some Soy vey right now to quick sear and serve with steamed rice and maybe broccoli for a quick dinner tonight.
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Old 08-14-2008, 11:22 AM   #12
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Question Steaks

I have a pack of 4 rib-eyes & afraid they may have a little freezer burn - they're pretty iced up.

Can anyone suggest a marinade, I'm going to cook them & freeze leftovers - don't want to embarrass myself by serving to company (original plan).
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Old 08-14-2008, 02:07 PM   #13
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here is a favorite of mine, and it works for beef pork chicken seafood and veg!

terriaki marinade

1 cup terriaki sauce
1 tbspn brown sugar
1 tblspn chopped garlic
1 tblspn chopped ginger
the juice of one lime
chili flakes to taste

absolutely dilish for a grill out or a stir fry

compliments peanut sauce very well
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Old 08-14-2008, 04:46 PM   #14
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here is a favorite of mine, and it works for beef pork chicken seafood and veg!

terriaki marinade

1 cup terriaki sauce
1 tbspn brown sugar
1 tblspn chopped garlic
1 tblspn chopped ginger
the juice of one lime
chili flakes to taste

absolutely dilish for a grill out or a stir fry

compliments peanut sauce very well
that sounds so good , thanks for sharing the recipe.
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