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Marinade for Chicken

Submitted by: JILLYPOOH 
This simple marinade is made from ingredients many people have on hand (vegetable oil, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, wine vinegar, lemon juice, and seasonings), and can be prepared in minutes. 
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Chicken and Turkey Marinade

Submitted by: emmaxwell 
This would be fun to do for your Thanksgiving turkey. Oregano, sage and thyme are mixed in with lemon juice, oil and soy sauce, along with a few other delicious ingredients. Just let your turkey marinate overnight in the fridge and then cook as usual. 
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Marinade for Steak I

Submitted by: STEVESKAT 
This here's a great marinade for any cut of beef, but I like to use it on steak. It contains basic ingredients that, when combined and allowed to blend, will give you a tender, juicy piece of meat every time. 
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Smoky Chicken Marinade

Submitted by: Randy the Chef 
Living In: Medford, New Jersey, USA
Try this marinade using liquid smoke flavoring next time you're making chicken. 
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A Catering Company's Marinade

Submitted by: Siegela 
This marinade is great for chicken, beef, or pork. This beer based marinade is simple and quick to prepare. 
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Easy and Tasty All-Purpose Marinade

Submitted by: MITCHM 
Garlic and soy sauce rounded out with olive oil. What could be nicer? 
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Teriyaki Marinade I

Submitted by: Tim Bond 
Fresh ginger and garlic are cooked in vermouth until tender. Soy sauce, oyster sauce, and honey are stirred in and cooked until the flavors have mingled and the sauce thickens. Perfect marinade for vegetables, tofu, chicken, and salmon. 
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Teriyaki Marinade III

Submitted by: Denyse 
Easy and wonderful teriyaki marinade for barbeque or roasting. For a zestier marinade, use lime or lemon juice; for a milder version, use water. If you would like to use the marinade as a sauce, you can boil it after removing the meat and add a little slurry of cornstarch and warm water to thicken it. When I make the sauce, I usually add some sesame seeds for looks. You can add fresh or ground ginger if you like, too. 
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Mango Teriyaki Marinade

Submitted by: Anna Oliva 
Use this sweet and tangy marinade on chicken or pork! 
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Steak Marinade

Submitted by: Jenifer 
This marinade is thick and flavorful and makes a great steak even better. Lots of terrific tastes. Combine prepared BBQ sauce, steak sauce, and red wine vinegar salad dressing. Add soy sauce, Worcestershire, mustard, garlic, and a steak to make a great 
 
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