Perfect 5 Minute Marinade




Could not be easier. Combine equal parts of these three ingredients and slather the mixture onto beef, chicken, or pork. Marinate for at least 1 hour before cooking.

1/4 cup barbecue sauce  +  1/4 cup teriyaki sauce  +  1/4 cup brown sugar






  1. Tracey says

    This does look easy! BTW: How do you calculate calories for the marinaded meat? Does most of it just get cooked off?

  2. Trish says

    You have such a gift, such a talent for perfectly describing and capturing images that make my mouth drool!

    I used to think salads were the most boring thing on this planet until you made them come alive!

    I hope you know how talented you are. The very first thing I do each day when I come into work is click on your site. You make my day :) Don’t ever change, you’re perfect just the way you are!

  3. Mary says

    What a great marinade, it sounds delicious!!! What cut of meat and how did you cook it, please?? Thanks for sharing!!!

  4. says

    Can not wait to try this! Btw, I’m a new reader, just catching up. I have to say this is the best written and illustrated fitness/weight loss blog I have come across. A tip of my cyber-hat to you.

  5. says

    This looks so delicious and so easy — it looks like something even *I* could make (and I can’t make much)! Thank you for sharing this with us!

  6. LG says

    You saved my butt with this recipe this morning! I had to marinate some steaks for a bbq with friends for tonight, but I also had to race around and get ready for work! Dumped all these ingredients together and am letting the steaks sit in the fridge today. I think it’ll be very yummy!

  7. Felicia says

    I’m marinating some drumettes right now. Can’t wait to taste how they turn out! What cut of beef is pictured below. I need to buy some of that! Thanks for sharing. Love your blog and your love of a good bakery cake from the Northeast. Can’t beat it.

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