Nothing beats a barbeque in the summer, the problem with barbeques is that they can dry out meat but not if you use a marinade. Marinating the meat that goes on a barbeque elevates the most boring cut of meat to a totally new level. To get the best results, marinate overnight in the fridge and remove about half an hour before cooking. To get the marinade deep into the meat make cuts in the meat or prick the meat and smother the marinade all over it. If you want to know the best supermarket marinades for meat and fish here are our recommendations:
Get that Nando’s experience at home with this medium-spiced marinade. Fiery chillies are paired with refreshing mango and cooling lime. Best used on chicken.
You can use this marinade on all meats but it works really well on ribs, chicken and pork. A rich and tangy marinade with a smoky barbeque flavour.
Some like it hot and if that’s you then try out this hot marinade ideal for chicken wings. It uses aged cayenne peppers for a unique taste.
If you like a bit of a kick with your meat then try this marinade from Jack Daniels. It has a warming flavour infused with hickory and a shot of Jack.
Add Asian flavour to any meat or fish with this marinade. You can use it with other ingredients such as Chinese 5-spice or vegetables including spring onions and peppers.
This is great for any Jamaican cooking where you need to add a kick of heat. Use it to add heat to other marinades or to tenderise meat.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you cannot have failed to see Levi Root’s story on Dragon’s Den. His now legendary sauce empire has expanded and this one is hot, fruity, and peppery and packs a punch.
An award-winning marinade from Sauce Shop here. Despite the colour, this is a mustard-based marinade that you can use to smother over all kinds of meats including fish, or as a sauce to flavour after cooking.