In this slideshow for 25 Meat and Vegetable Marinade Ideas to Spice Up Summer, you’ll find a list of curated Daily Meal recipes that incorporate a marinade in some way. You’ll find everything from overnight-marinated, fall-off-the-bone ribs, to fruit and vegetables that get a blast of flavor thanks to a quick marinade. Whatever you are in the mood for, this list is sure to inspire... and maybe make you drool a little.
All it takes is 10 minutes to transform normal strawberries into something wildly elegant and special.
This is a basic marinade using ingredients often found in all types of Asian cuisine. It will go well with your favorite type of fish, chicken, or beef.
Coffee pairs great with bison! This awesome recipe marinates bison short ribs in sternly brewed coffee and brown sugar for 4-6 hours.
Soy sauce, pineapple, and ginger flavor the marinade for these sirloin kabobs. The sweet smokiness of the accompanying mango makes this meal extremely satisfying.
Artichokes sleep with a simple marinade of spices, lemon, and oil overnight, and are then grilled to perfection the next day.
This recipe could not be any simpler: All you need is a bit of zesty Italian dressing and a hot grill, and you'll have the perfect grilled chicken.
From Koreatown: A Cookbook, Chef Deuki Hong suggests you make the marinade two days in advance, adding the meat after the first day, and then grilling on the second. Doubly marinated, doubly delicious.
This recipe was inspired by when maple syrup and ketchup sometimes mingle on a plate during breakfast. It is the perfect combo of sweet and tangy. Try it here.
Tropical fruit juices add crazy flavor to these fish tacos. Check out the recipe here.
You can marinate more than just meat! Try marinating cheese to add luxurious flavor.
Marinate any fish before grilling to get the most flavor out of your ingredients.
This is a raw, vegetarian version of a satay that comes together with a quickly made peanut sauce.
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Skirt steak is very responsive to marinades. This one is made with soy sauce, demerara sugar, sesame oil, ginger, and garlic. The marinade will thicken when the meat is grilled, and you’ll find yourself with a delectable sauce.
For the marinade, yogurt is puréed with lemon juice, mint, cilantro, rosemary, parsley, thyme, garlic, shallots, and oil. Find the recipe here.