POPSUGAR Food Grilling Do You Use Marinades? by partysugar 7/02/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Source and Source Read More MarinadesBarbecueGrillingGrillPoll Grilling Hack Your Grill: A Foolproof Guide to Grilling The Juiciest Chicken You'll Eat Straight Off the Grill These Grilled Garlic Cilantro Chicken Skewers Will Be Your New BBQ Staple Say No to Boring Veggie Burgers and Yes to These Beet Sliders With Summer Salsa POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Food DIY Tech Love and Sex Vegetarian Home Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. susugar 7 years sure...I love the extra flavor milosmommy 7 years I don't do the grilling, but the hubby almost always uses a marinade. He likes using recipes and finding a different one all the time. It's way better than bottled. SugarFreak 7 years I don't think I could cook meat without them! JaimeLeah526 7 years I love marinades, whoever thought of them is a genius in my book. hippiecowgirl 7 years I love marinades. I make my own a lot, but for quick weeknight dinners I sometimes use bottled. A1 New York or Chicago Steakhouse are at the top of the list. Lawry's Steak & Chop is good, too. jennjennnbubba 7 years sometimes if a recipe calls for it or I want a little extra vavoom! Fitness 7 years They make the meat taste better and they make grilled meat less carcinogenic. A win/win for me! ilanac13 7 years yup - my fiance and i almost always use marinades. it always adds a little something to the dish when you have another flavor layered on. ayuninur 7 years of course! ayuninur 7 years of course! mudnessa 7 years i personally never use marinades but thats because my husband is the marinade master. he always puts something on what we are eating. well i take that back, when i have him grill tofu i make the marinade for that. Babycakes1234 7 years Always for grilling. Babycakes1234 7 years Always for grilling. Marci 7 years I marinate a lot, yes, and not just for grilling. It makes everything so tender and the flavors are so good! shoneyjoe 7 years I'm not sure I'd marinate a scallop. I do marinate pretty much any sort of land-based protein: beef, pork, lamb, chicken, etc. Great stuff. I actually keep a zip-lock full of marinating pork chops for a moment's notice. If I cut the chops myself from a loin, they tend to keep a little longer. Tami715 7 years The boyfriend likes to grill steak and scallops. We always let them marinate in the fridge overnight in a mix of beer, sea salt, and adobo seasoning. So yummy!!! :D fuzzles 7 years Absolutely! But only homemade. I never did find a bottled version that I liked. Lawry's tasted like plastic to me! luxington 7 years I do sometimes, but I like rubs more. RosaDilia 7 years I use marinades all the time. Especially when I make pork roast, I let it marinate for at least 24hrs. Swedeybebe 7 years i use marinades all the time. just last night we made chicken fajitas on the grill, and marinated the chicken just perfectly. so good! nomadreader 7 years I almost always marinate my meats and tofu. Most only take 30 minutes or so to absorb the flavor. When I'm on top of things, I'll marinade all afternoon. I hardly ever use recipes for them, however, I'll use what's on hand and invent a new one! chiefdishwasher 7 years If you want something fast and easy...teriyaki sauce. You only need to marinate for about a half hour. Any longer and the protein will get a little too salty. I find it great for chicken thighs. darkangel2305 7 years ElizabethRae, I LOVE Dale's. That's what I use on everything! It's awesome. ElizabethRae 7 years Other - Sometimes, but not because of a recipe. We use this Dale's marinade that only takes like 30 mins. We don't have a grill though, so we don't need to marinate often. heineken67 7 years I do sometimes when I feel like it, but not because of a recipe.