Saipan Marinade Mix

Connie Kiyu Guerrero Recipe

By Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero conchik

15 Min

I make this sauce using what we all use for sauce in the Marianas, but over the years it has gained a few more special "extras". When we have parties using this sauce there aren't any leftovers!!

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4 c
soy sauce (kikkoman)
3 c
lime juice (fresh)
1 c
garlic minced (yes, 1 full cup)
1/2 tsp
black pepper
1/8 c
sesame oil
1 c
thai chili sauce (one for dipping eggrolls)
2 c
banana ketchup
1 can(s)
beer (michelop dark)
1 c
onions (chopped)
1 c
green onions (choppe)

Directions Step-By-Step

# I cut this mix in half and add chili pepper and chili pepper oil to MY half. The other half is for those who can't hang with the chili!
I found that if we make this the WEEK before we need it and then marinate/massage the meat for a day or two and then put it in the freezer, the meat will come right off the bone while cooking; either on the grill or in the oven.
So delicious and has a sweet and tangy taste!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Marinades
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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Aug 16, 2010 - Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero shared this recipe with discussion groups: Cookbook Collectors Corner Looking for... Tropical Delish
Juliann Esquivel Juliann
Aug 16, 2010
Hi Connie
Looks great Connie but, where do I find Banana Ketchup. Can I find in the Asian store?
Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero conchik
Aug 16, 2010
You can find this at any Asian Market.
Robin DuPree robdupree
Aug 16, 2010
I have never even heard of Banana Ketchup...We learn something new everyday on here...
Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero conchik
Aug 16, 2010
Robin, you can find this at any Asian Market. This is also a good dip for egg rolls.
Diana Alessio dianalalessio
Apr 14, 2015
Hi Connie!
You said you half the recipe and use chili pepper and chili pepper oil. I was wondering what the measurments were for these?