Jack Daniel's Marinade

Discussion in 'The Refreshment Lounge' started by Blake Bowden, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    1/4 cup Jack Daniel's whiskey
    1/4 cup soy sauce
    1/4 cup Dijon−style mustard
    1/4 cup minced green onion and tops
    1/4 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
    1 teas. salt
    Dash of Worcestershire sauce
    pepper to taste
    Combine all ingreds. Blend well. Use to marinate shrimp or scallops for one
    hour−−or beef, chicken or pork in the refrig. overnight. Use to baste the
    shellfish or meat as it is grilled or broiled.
     
  2. ljlinson1206

    ljlinson1206 Premium Member Premium Member

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    Gonna try this one too. Keep them coming Brother.
     
  3. ljlinson1206

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    Hey Blake, I made this, put it in a seal bag with some babyback ribs and then let them set fro 2 days while flipping them every once in awhile. Might I say.......WOW. I'm glad my mother is in Kansas, cause I would have really gotten in trouble...LOL
     
  4. RedTemplar

    RedTemplar Johnny Joe Combs Premium Member

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    Man, does it really take a Whole 1/4 cup Jack Daniels?
    This has to be good.
     
  5. ljlinson1206

    ljlinson1206 Premium Member Premium Member

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    I actually doubled that and then made a double batch, so a whole cup. Tasty!
     
  6. TCShelton

    TCShelton Founding Member Premium Member

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    I'm gonna have to try that.
     
  7. scottmh59

    scottmh59 Registered User

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    yep:18:
     
  8. Dredd17

    Dredd17 Registered User

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    Made this recipe at my house with Ljlinson1206 and was pretty pleased with it. We did have to do a minor substitution because we did not have dijon and substituted with yellow mustard with a little chili powder to spice the mustard some. Like LJ said, the recipe was doubled due to the size of the rack of ribs. 48 hour marinade and about 6 hours on the pit and they were good to go. I will definitely try again but next time i will be better prepared and have the dijon.
     

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