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Definition: Marinade


Marinade:
A seasoned liquid that is used to enhance the flavor of food. Meats, vegetables, and fish are soaked in the liquid to absorb the seasonings. Marinades generally consist of a mixture of dried/fresh herbs, spices, acid (vinegar, lemon juice, wine, etc), and oils. It's best to marinade ingredients in a glass, ceramic, or stainless steel container.

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crispet1 crispet1 9 years
Our family has a great marinade that we always use on chicken and flank steak when we grill. Its delish.
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