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    Default Ideas for Marinating Chicken

    Okay all, since it is grilling season, I was wondering if anyone had any decent marinades for chicken to grill up. I already use the Italian dressing, and the Soy Vay Terriyaki Marinade. Any solid recipes would be appreciated

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    throw lemons and limes in with the italian--and some fresh basil from the garden.

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    I got this small tip from a Chinese chef a while back on marinades including oil...

    Here it is sort of paraphrased...but easy enough for even a Ducks fan to understand...

    Add all marinade ingredients except for the oil and let soak for half the time the marinade calls for...then add the oil and let soak for another 15-30 minutes...

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    beer. even the cheapie stuff. And some lemon, a little pepper and some salt. Nothing fancy but it works ok.

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    plus:

    1/2 cup lemon juice per can of beer
    2 to 4 cloves of crushed garlic
    1/2 teaspoon salt
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    garlic, green onions, salt and pepper, lemon, ginger, soy, a little bit of cumin, sesame oil.

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    olive oil, lemons, shallots, cajon seasoning & sriracha.

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    soak over night in Bulltermilk. them marinate in applejuice for 2-3 hours. remove and grill

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    My favorite:

    2/3 cup light rum (I prefer Capt. Morgan or Appleton Estate)
    1/2 medium onion, peeled and minced
    Juice of 2 limes
    1 TB. vegetable oil

    or

    A mixture of orange juice, orange zest, olive oil, lime juice, ginger, garlic, hot pepper sauce and oregano. Blended into a marinade.


    I recommend a 12-24 hour soak in the marinade before grilling.

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