Thursday, 4 July 2013

Man With A Pan: Teriyaki Marinade Recipe for Barbecued Pork Tenderloin

Given that it's the dog-days of summer, it must be time for a great BBQ recipe. Here is a very simple marinade that can be used for either pork or beef. It actually originates from a recipe for beef kabobs, but I use it for BBQ pork tenderloin, sliced up and served on a bun, hamburger style. It's a great recipe for easy, self-serve eating for a group of people - it's something different than BBQ steak/hamburger/hot-dogs, and it's delicious!
Teriyaki marinade:

1/4 c orange juice

1/4 c soya sauce

1/4 c oil

1 tsp of garlic powder

1 tsp of ginger powder  

Put it all into a plastic resealable ziploc bag with your meat (the above recipe is enough for up to 1 kg of meat - adjust accordingly for more or less meat...)  Marinate for a minimum of 1 hour ... longer is better. .

BBQ on med-low heat until the juice runs clear when you cut into them ...  Enjoy! 

Baked Potato Quick Tip: 

To speed up time for cooking baked potatoes, press a clean aluminum nail through them to facilitate heat transfer during the cooking process.

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