Kabob Marinade

Kabob Marinade

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"This is a tasty, easy to make marinade that is great for any grilled meat. It makes enough for about two pounds of uncooked meat. Hunters - try this on your deer."

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  1. In a large resealable plastic bag, combine the oil, soy sauce, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, ground black pepper, garlic, and meat tenderizer. Mix well, and add your favorite meat. Seal the bag, and marinate in the refrigerator for 4 to 24 hours.
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Jillian
6/1/2010

This is a very simple and delicious marinade for beef kabobs. I cut the recipe in half for about 1.5 lbs. of meat. I used olive oil instead of veg.oil, low sodium soy sauce, and dijon for the prepared mustard. I left out the meat tenderizer, put everything into a ziploc bag and marinated it for over 24 hours. I skewered the meat separate from the peppers, onions, and cherry tomatoes as they cook at different rates. The meat was very tender and full of flavor - perfect with a side of rice.

LEASTMAN
2/26/2006

This marinade is something else! My boyfriend and I made shrimp and steak kabobs tonight using this marinade. I only had about 4 hours to marinade but it turned out amazing. I can only imagine what a steak would taste like after 24 hours in this stuff. I wouldn't change a thing! I made a double batch and not only marinated the steak but also the shrimp, mushrooms, carrotts, and zucchini. I used a seperate bag for the veggies. Also, used a low sodium soy sauce and used as much as the recipe called for and it was excellent, not too salty at all. I would give it more stars if I could!

JAMESWAY
10/6/2003

Guess what? We tried it on venison. We cut back on the oil and rather than msg we used montreal steak spice for a bit more zip. All I can say is WOW!!