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I think this is my very favorite marinade right now!
I love it for it's deep flavor that makes the meat taste like it took hours to achieve the taste.
I've been using this marinade for several years,
but it wasn't until recently that I have become enamored with it.
As in, I use it all the time.
Lately, every piece of chicken gets dunked in this marinade.
Not dunked . . . soaked!
I've told you my marinade method:
come home from the grocery store and divide my meat into gallon ziplock bags based on what I'm going to be using it for.
Those things that need to be marinated, gets the marinade thrown in the bag right away,
then off to the freezer it goes.
My theory: it marinates while it's going into a deep freeze
and it marinates more while it's thawing out!
It's a win-win situation for everyone!
Back to this marinade, I've always purchased a small, normal size bottle.
I use it on chicken, beef, and in beans.
The last time, however, that I was at the store, I noticed they sell it in a gallon sized container!
I was "marinade happy!"
So happy, that I created a sandwich spread for the marinated grilled chicken sandwich we ate!
I'll share that too!
If you're looking for a new marinade, try Claude's Brisket Marinade;
it's found on the aisle with the ketchup, bar-b-que, and other condiments.
Claude's Mustard Spread
A spoonful of mayonnaise
1 small squirt of mustard
1 tsp. Claude's brisket marinade
chopped green chilies (if you have them . . .I had them, so I used them)
Place all of the ingredients in a small bowl and whisk together until blended.
Spread on a toasted bun and top with grilled chicken (that's been marinated in Claude's!)