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Best Ever Bodacious East-West Marinade
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Best Ever Bodacious East-West Marinade
With the 4th of July approaching, thought it was time to share this ...

I adapted this from a recipe in an old cookbook of mine called Whole Meals by Marcea Weber ... she just calls it Shish Kebab Sauce ... but, y'know, it IS bodacious! Wink

I have been making this for almost 30 years now, it is my most favorite marinade ever ...


Arden's bodacious east-west marinade

1/2 cup plus 1 TB mustard (quality, stone ground, brown)
3/4 cup saké
1/4 cup plus 2 TB brown rice vinegar
3/4 cup canola oil
1/4 cup plus 2 TB real maple syrup
1 TB fresh rosemary (I dry mine in the microwave, then crush it with a pestle)
1 TB fresh oregano ( " " ")
2 fresh cloves garlic, pressed (or minced very finely)
2 TB fresh ginger must be fresh! makes all the diff! don't use dry!
(I shred it on the finest setting on the grater)
3/4 cup soy sauce or shoyu ( I use "lite" soy sauce)

that's it, no cooking, just mix all the stuff together very well in a "non-reactive" (ie, glass or plastic - no metal) container, and there you have it
a large jar w/ a lid is perfect, then it is easy to shake up
stores in the frig indefinitely - at least 4 months
(This post was last modified: 07-03-2010 08:49 PM by Arden.)
07-02-2010 11:25 AM
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RE: Best Ever Bodacious East-West Marinade
(07-02-2010 11:25 AM)Arden Wrote:  With the 4th of July approaching, thought it was time to share this ...

I adapted this from a recipe in an old cookbook of mine called Whole Meals by Marcea Weber ... she just calls it Shish Kebab Sauce ... but, y'know, it IS bodacious! Wink

I have been making this for almost 30 years now, it is my most favorite marinade ever ...


Arden's bodacious east-west marinade

1/2 cup plus 1 TB mustard (quality, stone ground, brown)
3/4 cup saké
1/4 cup plus 2 TB brown rice vinegar
3/4 cup canola oil
1/4 cup plus 2 TB real maple syrup
1 TB fresh rosemary (I dry mine in the microwave, then crush it with a pestle)
1 TB fresh oregano ( " " ")
2 fresh cloves garlic, pressed (or minced very finely)
2 TB fresh ginger must be fresh! makes all the diff! don't use dry!
(I shred it on the finest setting on the grater)
3/4 cup soy sauce or shoyu ( I use "lite" soy sauce)

that's it, no cooking, just mix all the stuff together very well in a "non-reactive" (ie, glass or plastic - no metal) container, and there you have it
a large jar w/ a lid is perfect, then it is easy to shake up
stores in the frig indefinitely - at least 4 months

Yum..Thanks ArdenTongueSmile

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07-06-2010 09:38 PM
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