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See the difference marinating can do for your meats. With PS Seasoning’s sauces and marinades, you can make meals with unbeatable flavors. From marinades perfect for poultry, beef, pork, and fish, we have something for every tastebud.
What Are the Best Marinades?
The best marinades keep your meat juicy while providing incredible flavor in every bite. Find your new favorite marinades for any meat with our list of the best marinades for each type of meat:
The hot and spicy flavors in Honky Tonk Nashville Hot Sauce are a match made in heaven for chicken and hot sauce lovers alike. Give some flavor to your chicken with this delicious chicken marinade for a delightful kick.
Flank Steak Marinade
For a deliciously buttery steak, mix the Prime Time Buttery Beef Rub with oil, butter, and water. Then let the meat marinate to soak up all the flavor. This award winning steak marinade will leave everyone asking for more!
Carne Asada Marinade
Looking to make a flavorful carne asada? El Jefe Adobo BBQ Taco Sauce is an amazing carne asada marinade, delivering mouthwatering flavors. Whether you’re serving it on its own or assembling a dish, this carne asada marinade completes your meal.
Pork Chop Marinade
Make your next pork chops burst with sweetness and tanginess with this tasty pork chop marinade. These powerhouse flavors blend perfectly together in the Big Kahuna Pineapple Teriyaki. Marinate your pork chops in the sauce to bring all the flavors front and center.
Give salmon a burst of flavor (and a kick of spice) with Thai Fighter Ginger Teriyaki salmon marinade. Leave your fish to marinate before cooking and the results will be a knockout.
Give your ribs that sweet and smoky flavor with Blue Ribbon Competition-Style BBQ Sauce. By marinating your ribs in this sauce, you’re sure to have crowd-pleasing ribs. There are no rib marinade quite like this one!
How to Marinate Meat
When you’re going to marinate meat, you want to be sure the meat absorbs as much of the flavor as possible. Follow these three steps to marinate the best meat:
- Poke holes in the meat to allow spaces for the sauce to absorb.
- Cover the meat with marinade, making sure to get all sides.
- Refrigerate your marinating meat for a few hours to let the meat soak in all the delicious flavors.
How Long Do You Marinate Meat?
While you want to leave your meat marinating for a few hours, you also don’t want to overdo it. Marinating your meat for too long can result in an unpleasantly mushy or stringy texture to the meat. The combination of sugars, salts, and acids can do more harm than good when left for too long.
Do You Rinse Marinade Off Before Cooking?
The best way to cook meat that’s been marinated is to remove the excess marinade before cooking. This prevents a messy grill and also allows for the meat to brown more evenly. All that extra marinade can be removed, so all that’s left on the meat is enough for a nice coating.
Is it Marinade or Marinate?
A marinade is the sauce or liquid mixture that coats the meat. Marinate is the verb that corresponds with marinade. To marinate meat is to coat it with sauce or liquid mixture and soak it before cooking.
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