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
Thick slices of orange are marinated in bourbon, honey, thyme and black pepper before they are slapped on the grill for a few minutes of high heat.
Do Ahead: Leeks (without walnut mixture and tarragon) can be marinated 1 day ahead.
Venture into Oakland’s Pink Light District for the finger-licking king trumpet mushroom kebab, marinated in fresh turmeric, pristine mezzo-like salads, and homemade flatbread.
Poke meat with a paring knife and add to marinade in dish; marinate 10 minutes.
The meat is marinated in sour orange beforehand, giving it a slight sweetness.
In all cases the flavor is marinated and fried into the dish, which is very good as chicken tenders go.
On this sandwich the chicken will be marinated in a mixture of spicy seasonings, grilled and topped with Colby-jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, and then served on a crunchy, toasted multigrain brioche, coated with their new Cilantro Lime Sauce.
Don't stay in your work out clothes long enough for your skin to marinate in them.
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Origin and Etymology of marinate
First Known Use: circa 1645See Words from the same year
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