Thai Ribeye Pork Chops
A quick marinade of soy sauce, cilantro, garlic, brown sugar, and lime juice gives pork chops a tropical makeover. Serve this satisfying main dish with a simple peanut stir-fry. Recipe courtesy of the National Pork Board.
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Some say the best way to marinate fried chicken is in a buttermilk batter, which has acidic components that make the meat tender and flavorful. Unfortunately for those who try to cut calories by "oven-frying," buttermilk doesn't always work. This recipe uses Greek yogurt mixed with mustard, garlic, and seasonings, so that there's not only acid to break down the chicken and make it juicy, but added flavor from the yogurt and mustard.  Click here to see more recipes that use Greek yogurt.
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This chicken recipe combines orange juice, rosemary leaves, garlic, and cayenne to make a delicious barbecue recipe for any time of the year.
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Chicken Teriyaki
Just so you know, the "chicken teriyaki sauce" in a bottle does not taste like real teriyaki sauce in Japan. Teriyaki is a cooking technique. "Teri" means the "luster" given by the sweet soy sauce marinade and "yaki" means "cooking or grilling," and it’s not really the name of the sauce. Click here to see 5 Essential Japanese Dishes to Know.
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Grilled Boneless Leg of Lamb
Spring grilling wouldn’t be complete without a great lamb recipe.  And when I think of flavoring lamb, I always stick with light, bright tastes.  Good olive oil, fresh rosemary, lemons, a little red wine and not much more.  I tend to cook my lamb hot and fast, providing guests with the bite of a quick char and the richness of a medium rare interior. Click here for more Grilled Easter Recipes From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner, dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.  
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Little Tokyo Turkey Kebobs
Marinate turkey breast tenderloin overnight in an Asian-style marinade for ultimate flavor. Pair these kebobs with other barbecue favorites like crunchy coleslaw and potato salad. Click Here to See More Kebob Recipes
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This Sriracha Chicken is such a cool recipe.  What I so like about it is the cooking technique.  I almost never eat or even buy skin on my chicken.  I have, however, wanted to learn how to make crispy skin dishes whether it be chicken or fish.  The skin on this chicken was so crisp, so good.  My future answer, definitely make it again.  The skin was irresistible.For more great recipes like this one, visit Feed Your Soul Too.
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Grilled Artichoke
The little artichoke is an antioxidant giant! One of the highest ranked foods in antioxidants per serving. 
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  We first came across this recipe from Michael Psilakis as a roasted chicken recipe, but converted it for the grill to make it perfect for summer. It’s ideal for feeding a crowd and the chicken’s light, lemony marinade is a great summertime flavor. 
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Ginger Tofu
This easy-to-make marinade for tofu comes from Hodo Soy Beanery, based in Oakland, Calif. Spicy and sweet, this recipe can be cooked on the grill or inside on a grill pan.
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This roast will heat things up on Christmas Day, using a traditional Texas-style rub with chile powder, Worcestershire sauce, honey, and a hint of lime to give it bold and vibrant flavors. 
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Why is it that Chefs and cooking magazines don’t seem to tell us simple tricks that add lots of flavor to a recipe?  In this case, marinating the chicken with various spices both softens the chicken and creates flavor.  I learned this method in a number of other recipes that I was making.  Those dishes were designed for a long marinade, and generally, a slow cooking process.  The results are so good with this process, why not try to use it in other ways?So how about using for a quicker cooking method?  In this Stuffed Chicken Caprese, I did just that.  In so doing, I began to create the layers of flavor we always hear them talk about on the food cooking shows.  For more great recipes like this one, visit Feed Your Soul Too. 
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