We’re back to New Orleans; my unrivaled favorite American city. I may have mentioned that already…? This rather unusual marinade is “lip-smacking” good! Use it for steaks, chicken, hell, use it on the fish too! It’s a good all-purpose marinade. What do you think of it?
Mark Twain, my absolute favorite author, once observed that “New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin.”
N’Awlins Meat Marinade
175 ml (6 oz) teriyaki sauce 1 t Lowrey’s seasoning salt
175 ml (6 oz) Dr Pepper 1 t vegetable oil
175 ml (6 oz) French dressing
Combine all ingredients. Place meat in a sealed container or zip-lok bag and marinate in the refrigerator for 24 hours.
Note: This recipe makes enough marinade for about 4 chicken breasts or two good-sized steaks. It’s good on fish, too!
The A to Z Blogging Challenge has been a great experience for me so far. I’ve met so many wonderful bloggers, like this guy in South Dakota who says he is a “Sort of ‘higher functioning’ Boo Radley”. Run over to his blog, Trailertrashdeluxe and prepare to be amused! While you’re skipping about the blogosphere, don’t neglect stopping at Brian Chapman’s blog Pilgrim Without a Shrine and read the recipes he posted yesterday. He’s blogging about Jordan A to Z this month and has made some excellent posts so far. You’ll get a better idea about what makes us expatriates love living here in Jordan.