A Winning Marinade Recipe

Is one that the family likes so much, you make two quart batches of it!
This is not a refreshing drink, this is my latest batch of the Sweet Chili marinade I came up with a couple of months ago to use on chicken legs. Since then, it has been used on boneless breasts, fried wings and pork chops.

I started making enough to use once, but the last trip to the Asian market, I decided that it made sense to buy two bottles of the key ingredient and then make a ton of the stuff to have on hand for whatever is needed.

Now I need to restock the rest of the ingredients, because I wiped out the pantry tonight!

ETA-I meant to put the recipe up, and forgot. Those of you on Facebook have seen in in my notes, so don't worry that this is something new.

Sweet Chili Sauce Marinade

2/3 cup sweet chili sauce (my local Asian Market carries May Ploy)
1/2 cup pineapple juice
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1/4 cup rice wine vinegar
1/4 cup sesame oil

I'm going to try adding a tablespoon of fresh minced ginger to the next batch and see how it comes out...

Comments

Baba said…
I have an award for you.
http://babasfarmlife.blogspot.com/2009/09/kreativ-blogger-award.html
Vixen said…
But wait....I neeeed the recipe!
Jeff said…
hmm, for more things to try... some cilantro, and if you want to go on a thai swerve, a little coconut milk and fish sauce. ;)

But yes, I am gonna totally swipe this from you and try it.

--J
Suzanne said…
Baba, Thanks! Such kind words you had, too. I'm flattered.

Vixen, The recipe has been added.

Jeff, I have plans for some red curry paste and coconut milk for a braising sauce.
Ed had leftover wings last night tossed in this sauce. He took the leftover and made a cream cheese spread. It was gooooood.

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