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Old 2012-05-16, 19:54   Link #241
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I'm marinating chicken in pineapple juice, soy sauce, and teriyaki sauce (with black pepper and a bit of garlic powder). I was once told to not marinate meat for more than 24 hours with red wine vinegar (it'll start to cook the meat), but can I marinate this chicken for more than 24 hours with the three liquids I used?
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Old 2012-05-16, 21:22   Link #242
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What are your mixtures? 2/3 pineapple juice, splash of soy sauce and 1/3 teriyaki sauce?

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Old 2012-05-16, 21:51   Link #243
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What are your mixtures? 2/3 pineapple juice, splash of soy sauce and 1/3 teriyaki sauce?

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I'd say 60% pineapple juice, 25% soy sauce, 15% teriyaki sauce. That is my estimate when recalling what I added.

I dunno, maybe next time I should just go with 2/3 pineapple juice, 1/3 teriyaki, and dry seasonings. I added soy sauce because I thought that adding teriyaki sauce only would be too much sweetness with the pineapple juice, but I suppose there is so much pineapple juice it doesn't matter. Haha, yeah, I'm new at this marinating thing.
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Old 2012-05-16, 22:56   Link #244
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Well, we wouldn't have the recipes we have today if people didn't experiment. Carry on and let us know your findings.

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Old 2012-05-17, 00:19   Link #245
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It really doesn't need more than a few hours of marination time. Anything beyond 3 or 4 hours is probably trivial.
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Old 2012-05-17, 13:56   Link #246
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I am playing the devil's advocate:

The tare is traditionally made by mixing and heating soy sauce, sake or mirin, and sugar or honey

(from Wiki)

Not exactly soy sauce, but is it not serving the same purpose (in the dish/recipe)?
Sorry , I am just wondering.
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Old 2012-05-17, 14:21   Link #247
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It's thicker and sweeter than regular soy sauce. Also, taste is different.
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Old 2012-05-17, 15:05   Link #248
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I watched in TV that meat marinated then stored in room temperature taste better than meat marinated and stored in the ref. They say absorption is slower in cold temperature
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Old 2012-05-18, 02:53   Link #249
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Some purists would claim that marinating meat at all is inferior, as it increases the dryness of the meat.

Myself, I think it comes down to the type of meat. The higher the quality of the meat, the less use there is for a marinade, and vice versa.

As a steak-lover, I have to protest at the cavalier attitude towards length of marination. Over-marinating is a sin! The longer you marinate, the drier and ewwyer (for lack of a better word), your meat becomes. The trick to marinating, if you're going to do it at all, is knowing the least amount of time required for your target tenderness/flavor level. If you're following someone else's recipe, there's a reason they give a certain amount of time for marination. You shouldn't be flippant about going over that time.

As to the question of room temperature verse refrigerator...that's a tricky one. Health nuts will scream at you not to marinate at room temp, because of the large amount of microbes your meat will likely gain in the process. I say, don't be a wuss. And, yes, it's true that marinating at room temp is faster than in the fridge.
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Old 2012-05-18, 07:38   Link #250
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I would say it depends on what is being marinated with what kind of sauce.
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Old 2012-05-18, 10:13   Link #251
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Today I made pulut panggang, aka Grilled Glutinous Rice. It's a simple yet tasty snack perfect for the afternoon tea. Mine is a very simple version. It's made from chicken floss, glutinous rice, and coconut milk. Usually it is wrapped with banana leaves but it's not easy to buy it in the UK so I use aluminium foil instead.













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Old 2012-05-18, 14:20   Link #252
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Some purists would claim that marinating meat at all is inferior, as it increases the dryness of the meat.

Myself, I think it comes down to the type of meat. The higher the quality of the meat, the less use there is for a marinade, and vice versa.
I dunno about dryness from marination. But this chicken turned out really good. It was very tender and very juicy. What I did was bake it at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 28 minutes.

And yeah, a good cut of steak needs no marination, for sure. However, I never have marinated my own steak from a store, and I'd like to try it. The only marinated steak I've had is some marinated steak tips from some restaurants, and I haven't eaten too much of this before.

And Muaha, what the heck is...chicken floss? o.o
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Old 2012-05-18, 14:33   Link #253
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It's a dried meat product that is made from pork, but you can also opt for chicken or beef version. It has a fluffy texture. Here's a pic:

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Old 2012-05-18, 16:03   Link #254
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Interesting. And you are lucky you can find some of these products in the UK. I figure you must be by some good Asian supermarket.
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Old 2012-05-18, 16:20   Link #255
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No, I asked my parents to ship it to the UK. I have a huge box of chicken floss, but doesn't matter because it can be kept for a long time.
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Old 2012-05-18, 18:51   Link #256
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No, I asked my parents to ship it to the UK. I have a huge box of chicken floss, but doesn't matter because it can be kept for a long time.
Smart

Wife grilled me Pork Belly tonight..... nice crackling good amount of flavour, used rock salt on top and chilly pepper on the sides to keep some of the moisture in. Caramelized onions and carrots for the "healthy" side dish, with a slice of brown sourdough. Was omomom
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Old 2012-05-18, 19:42   Link #257
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No, I asked my parents to ship it to the UK. I have a huge box of chicken floss, but doesn't matter because it can be kept for a long time.
Malaysia, right? I can't recall.

For dinner, I had buffalo wings with ranch dressing, spare ribs with a sweet BBQ sauce, and a cup of roasted garden vegetable soup. From a restaurant. Was a rather good meal.
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Old 2012-05-25, 06:51   Link #258
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I made this today for my lunch at the hospital.... whenever I look at the picture... makes me wanna hide inside the pillow..

It's fried tofu and hotdog with sauted green peas...

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Old 2012-05-25, 07:22   Link #259
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Looks like a healthy meal ^^
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Old 2012-05-25, 07:25   Link #260
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Looks like a healthy meal ^^
Guess so. I'm gonna think of other vegetables that would fit my lunch box. Hotdogs are sicking if prepared everyday. I may try scrambled egg. Hmmm.... Squid/ shrimp balls may be good. Damn... Fried again?!
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