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Spicy Hoisin Marinade

Recipe photo courtesy of James Baigrie

This Asian-inspired marinade pairs perfectly with pork -- turning into a sticky, spicy, sweet glaze when cooked -- but can also be used with chicken or beef.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2003
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Marinating times:

•Shellfish: 20 minutes
•Cheese, tofu, and vegetables: 30 minutes
•Thin and flaky fish fillets: 30 minutes
•Thick and fatty fish fillets: 1 hour
•Beef, chicken, game, lamb, and pork: 6 to 24 hours

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  • Handfull
    14 JUL, 2014
    It would be very helpful if some more instructions were included as to what types of meat this compliments and how long to marinate. I came across this looking for blade steak instructions (I have never made one and heard they can be tough.) I think this would also be excellent with chicken.
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