Delicious BBQ Marinade
By David J. Stewart
This is my favorite barbeque marinade, which is a favorite in the Pacific islands, especially in the Chamorro and Micronesian culture. This marinade is great for pork, country ribs, chicken or beef shortribs. Let the meat marinade for about 1-3-hours. Note: Chicken takes longer to marinade because of the skin. So the chicken needs about 3-hours to marinade for a good flavor, but you can use less time for the beef and pork if you want.
I recommend taking a sharp knife and cutting a slit down to the bone on your chicken thighs or breasts, which enables both the marinade and the heat while cooking to penetrate the meat. The longer the time for marination, the more flavorful your meat will be, but leaving it overnight may make the meat too pungent. I usually marinate my meat for a couple hours.
This recipe is for about 3-4 lbs of meat.