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marinate in a bag

Recipes, advice, appliances and more. Just because you might have a small galley doesn't mean you can't cook big!
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marinate in a bag

Unread postby Jaxfishgyd » Mon May 12, 2014 2:25 pm

I have used the Lea & Perrin and Jack Daniels "marinate in a bag" several times in the past few months and they are surprising good...
Now, this isn't to replace any long time family recipe or high class marinate...But... I get them at Publix for under $4 a bag and have been very impressed on how good they are... And they store easily....
It says to marinate for 30 mins... I buy cheap top round London broil meat, let it sit all 'happy' for 4-6 hrs then cook it on the boat grill "low and slow" in indirect heat for 60-90 mins (depending on the size of the meat)...
Surprising how good it comes out.... Today I did a 5lb hunk, it will feed us for a week of normal dinner meals.... on a salad, on rice, or what ever you want....
They also have bags for chicken and fish, but haven't tried any of them yet...
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Fernandina Beach, Fl

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Re: marinate in a bag

Unread postby scallywag » Fri Jun 13, 2014 1:30 pm

We are using Hooter's Breading and Hot Sauce on chicken legs today on the grill. Of course, it is raining. Hopefully, they will be as good as Hooter"s wings. Thanks for your tip.

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