Examples of marinate in a Sentence
The recipe says that you should marinate the chicken overnight.
The chicken should be allowed to marinate overnight.
Recent Examples of marinate from the Web
Translucent wafers of Korean fluke are wrapped in kelp to cure; sayori (needlefish) is slivered and marinated in soy; and tender lobes of rich uni are glazed with miso.
The flavor is best when there is time to marinate the chicken for several hours before cooking, but even a half-hour bath will suffice.
Cover bowl and refrigerate for about an hour to marinate.
Cafe at the Prop: Amber Jack Taco: grilled citrus marinated amber jack with pickled red onions.
Marinate in the refrigerator for 4-6 hours, turning bag occasionally.
The drumsticks are marinated in paprika, rosemary, thyme, Earl Grey tea and olive oil before they're smoked.
To minimize your risk, marinate your meat before cooking, avoid prolonged cooking, and don't eat charred pieces.
However, marinating gives the fish a chewy texture.
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Origin and Etymology of marinate
probably from Italian marinato, past participle of marinare to marinate, from marino
First Known Use: circa 1645See Words from the same year
MARINATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of marinate for English Language Learners
: to put meat or fish in a sauce for a period of time to add flavor or to make the meat or fish more tender : to soak in a marinade
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