Saipan Marinade Mix

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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)

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Connie Kiyu Guerrero Recipe
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Saipan, MP
Member Since Aug 2010
Connie "Kiyu"'s notes for this recipe:
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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# 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!

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user Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero conchik - Aug 16, 2010
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user 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?
user Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero conchik - Aug 16, 2010
You can find this at any Asian Market.
user Robin DuPree robdupree - Aug 16, 2010
I have never even heard of Banana Ketchup...We learn something new everyday on here...
user 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.

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