|Heartland Baking: America Cooks Series|
|by Lindley Boegehold|
Take your tastebuds on a nostalgic trip to the fragrant kitchens of the Midwest, where towering cakes, meltingly delicious pies and all manner of ...
31 - 40 of 2,250 for marinate
Trim excess skin ... chicken thighs and marinate for at least ... inserted. Cover the thighs with aluminum foil, and let rest for 15 minutes before serving.
Combine all ingredients. ... and allow to marinate in refrigerator (1-2 ... chicken juice. If marinade is left unrefrigerated for over 10 minutes, discard.
In a shallow baking dish, stir together all ingredients, except pork. Add pork, turning to coat all sides. Cover, refrigerate 1-3 hours, turning ...
Wash and dry ... zucchini and let marinate. Layer marinated ... also use Lemon juice as the marinade and sprinkle with lemon pepper for a different taste.
In a stainless ... plastic wrap and marinate in refrigerate for ... salami and sharp cheese dipped in an oregano-infused olive oil to make an antipasto).
Place all ingredients except the chicken in a large Ziploc baggie, and mix to blend all ingredients together. Add Chicken pieces and distribute ...
Mix the soy ... the refrigerator to marinate for 3 hours. ... broiled or roasted in the oven as you normally would (or use your favorite recipe for cooking).
Sprinkle both sides ... mixture over roast. Marinate 3-6 hours, or ... the other one finish cooking it, to prevent the outside from becoming too dark).
Brush mushrooms clean and remove stems. In a saucepan, simmer mushrooms and onions in water until tender. Add remaining ingredients. Boil for 5 ...
Marinate turkey in marinade ... reviews. Editor's Note: For safety's sake, you might want to discard the used marinade and prepare a fresh batch for reheating.
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