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
In a bowl large enough for the salmon, marinate the fish with half of the glaze at room temperature for 15 minutes.
The restaurant's Chick'n Shack is a chicken breast marinated in buttermilk, battered and fried crisp.
Peruvian chicken is worth learning to make at home because few things beat the crackling skin of a home-roasted chicken, especially when it’s been marinated in garlic, chiles and plenty of spices.
This easy, oven version of a classic makes the most of chicken thighs marinated in warming flavors, including turmeric and cinnamon, cumin and paprika.
The venison sandwich consists of a thick cut of deer steak marinated in garlic, prepared sous vide style and topped with crispy onions and a Cabernet-juniper berry steak sauce.
Make ahead: The chicken needs to marinate in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours and up to 8 hours.
Transfer to refrigerator and let marinate at least 4 hours and ideally overnight.
Their famous fried chicken comes spiced and marinated with buttermilk, served with coleslaw, whipped potatoes and gravy.
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Origin and Etymology of marinate
First Known Use: circa 1645See Words from the same year
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