Recipe by Siegela
"This is a basic recipe and stands alone for chicken - go from there to add your own seasonings for steak, pork, etc. I put beer in just about every marinade."
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I used this marinade on steaks. They turned out so tender. I over cooked the smaller of the two steaks slightly, but it was still tender. My husband even remarked that they were tender. The taste was also good, very mild. You can eat by themselves or if you wanted to add a sauce it would be great. I marinaded over night.
I tried this with chicken,and I marinated it over night. I thought it was ok. Personally I thought it was on the salty side, but the chicken was tender. I won't make it again although I think it is more suited for beef.
This marinade tastes great even when I used light beer. I then grilled chicken which was very moist.
I loved this marinade. It made my chicken so flavorful. I can't wait to use it with beef.
This is the best marinade ever!! I marinate the chicken overnight then grill half and throw the rest in a ziplock and freeze for a later date.
I followed the recipe to the word, and marinated boneless skinless chicken breasts for 8 hours. Although the chicken was moist, it really just tasted like beer! My boyfriend and I really like beer - but this was a bit much. I used a regular lager. Should I have used light beer?
very tasty and easy.
Awesome! We used this marinade as is for both steak and chicken breast and both turned out great!
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