Del Monte Pineapple Juice Marinade
With this marinade recipe, I decided to try some canned Del Monte pineapple juice, instead of my usual preference for pineapple juice fresh from the juicer.
The end result was excellent. To begin take out a medium size sealable mixing bowl, and add in the Del Monte canned pineapple juice, fresh squeezed lemon juice, organic blossom honey, Lynchburg Tennessee Jack Daniel's BBQ Sauce, minced garlic cloves, onion powder, ground black pepper, diced Vidalia onion, diced green jalapenos, extra virgin olive oil, and a pinch of cayenne pepper.
Next take out a wooden mixing spoon and rapidly stir together the ingredients until all of the honey has dissolved, and you have a smooth and even color.
If you need to add a bit more pineapple juice, that is perfectly fine. Once your marinade is done, place a lid on the mixing bowl, and place it in the refrigerator to chill for one full hour.
Be sure to follow this step, as it unlocks a swathe of flavors that you wouldn't generally get without chilling it.
Once the hour has expired, stir the marinade again to make sure it's still well mixed.
Moving along, next take out a large sealable freezer bag, and then firmly place your meat of choice inside of it.
Lastly pour in all of your marinade, seal the bag, and then slide it into the refrigerator.
If you are marinating poultry or seafood, let the meat marinate for four to six hours, if you're using beef, let it marinate for eight to twelve hours.
Be sure to flip the bag over every couple of hours.
With regard to the ingredients, the recipe is very flexible, so feel free to adjust the proportions to your own personal taste preferences. Thanks again for stopping by. Be sure to bookmark our website, as we're always adding brand new content.