Best 3-ingredient Marinade Ever!

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Introduction: Best 3-ingredient Marinade Ever!

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3 Ingredient Marinade for the ABSOLUTE BEST Chicken or Turkey.
Perfect for your July 4th Weekend BBQ!

Step 1: The Marinade...

You'll need some boneless skinless chicken or turkey cut into strips.
(in all probability you could do this with bone in meat...but this makes for easier eating)

Here's the marinade:
1/2 cup canola oil
1 cup soy sauce
2 Cups of lemon lime soda

Pour that over the top of the meat and stir it around.
Cover it and refrigerate overnight...or up to 2 days or so.

Step 2: Grill It!

You can now either grill your meat on the grill
or broil it in the oven on a broiler pan.  Both turn out incredible!

But since it's summer time here, we grill it.  About 10 minutes on each side on low.

Step 3: Enjoy!

Serve it up and enjoy!
The meat is soft and tender...a little crisp from the grill.
Perfect-o!

We grilled corn on the cob and summer squash too!
Yummy.  No leftovers...

If you try this, let me know in the comments!
Enjoy your weekend bbq--and vote for me!

Thanks!
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    4 Discussions

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    doodlecraft
    doodlecraft

    Reply 7 years ago

    Yes, I wouldn't claim this as the BEST EVER unless it tasted awesome!

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    mojo1080
    mojo1080

    7 years ago

    Simply amazing idea for the perfect marinade. I can't wait to try that after Ramadan has ended :)

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    HollyMann
    HollyMann

    7 years ago on Step 2

    Great job - looks delicious! Especially the picture of the meat - yum!!!