MARINADE FOR BONELESS PORK TENDERLOIN, PORK CHOPS AND CHICKEN

MARINADE FOR BONELESS PORK TENDERLOIN, PORK CHOPS AND CHICKEN
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Ingredients

MARINADE FOR PORK TENDERLOIN
1 c soy sauce
6 Tbsp brown sugar, light
1/2 minced onion
4 crushed garlic cloves
2 tsp fresh grated ginger
4 Tbsp oil
MARINADE FOR PORK CHOPS OR CHICKEN
3/4 c honey
3/4 c lemon juice
6 Tbsp soy sauce
1 clove garlic, crushed

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Jewel Hall Recipe
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Full Flavored
Cullman, AL (pop. 14,775)
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Member Since Oct 2010
Jewel's notes for this recipe:
I enjoy looking for an excellent and tried marinade. Whether It's chicken or pork. Looking at ingredients in a Marinade I can tell if it will give me the taste I like without a lot of messy preparation. I also like cooking in my oven especially in the winter. These Marinades are my personal taste and I hope you enjoy them as I do.
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Directions

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PORK TENDERLOIN:Use boneless pork tenderloin (about 5 lb in all). Mix ingredients and set meat in marinade in zip lock plastic bag the day before you cook it.Turning roast occasionally to coat well with marinade. Keep refrigerated.
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Preheat oven to 350 degrees and cook time according to the size of tenderloin. Peel and cut Irish Potatoes, place them around the tenderloin, Pour marinade over potatoes. Turn them once while cooking and re baste meat. You may add 2 sprigs of Rosemary across the potatoes, I love the taste. Check meat to see if it is done when potatoes have finished cooking. Cook cream corn, green beans, fried okra and homemade rolls to serve with Tenderloin.
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MARINADE FOR PORK CHOPS OR CHICKEN (I use the breast).
Mix all marinade ingredients together in gallon zip lock bag, add the meat and turn to coat well. Continue to marinade one hour. Spray roasting pan with cooking spray. Bake in a 350 degree oven until juices run clear from meat. May place cooked meat in a fry pan with 2 Tbsp Olive oil with strips of Red and green pepper, chopped onion.and 1/2 tsp hot pepper flakes. Serve over rice with a side salad.

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user Stephanie Dodd skeen - Dec 14, 2010
Thank you Ms. Jewel; this sounds wonderful and I am always wanting a marinade for pork@
user Jewel Hall 0124 - Dec 14, 2010
Hi Stephanie, some marinades just don't fit my taste, I like these because they are versatile. And, I like the sweeter garlic, soy taste. Garlic, Rosemary and butter are good on potatoes. A chef where I used to work cooked so well. Sometimes they would share some ideas with me. Hope you are having fun cooking for the Holidays. Take care..Good to hear from you !! Cheers ....

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