Try my world’s best pork marinade the next time you are craving pork! Four ingredients are all it takes to make the best pork marinade of your life. Sweet and savory come together for one juicy and tasty pork marinade recipe you will want to make over and over again.
Everyone needs a great go-to marinade recipe and this one is the all-time best Pork Marinade. The meat will be moist and delicious! The combination of flavors is to die for!
World’s Best Pork Marinade
Have you all seen my World’s Best Steak Marinade recipe? That has been my go-to all-time favorite recipe for any red meats for years now. Having an incredible go-to recipe like that is awesome. I know each and every time that everyone will LOVE what I am cooking. This recipe has worked out so well for me that I decided I needed to tweak it somehow and come up with something similar for pork.
I was really striking out when cooking pork. We tried a bunch of different recipes and none of them were hitting the mark for me or my family.
I decided that the flavor of my meat marinade is what makes us all LOVE it. The combination of the sugar, garlic and soy sauce makes the most delicious decadent marinade. This is exactly what I needed for pork.
Let the tweaking begin. I felt like I was running some sort of grand experiments in my kitchen. I had all my tools, ingredients and taste buds busy at work. Finally, after long hard and exhausting taste testing 🙂 I have the recipe that I dreamed of for pork!
This recipe has the same exact appeal as the steak marinade. It is a delicious combination of savory and sweet.
Best Way To Marinade Pork
Whisk up the ingredients in a bowl and then transfer the marinade with the pork into a sealable gallon bag. Then every hour or so go in and massage the meat in the bag so the marinade can soak into the meat even more.
How Long Do You Marinade Pork
You will want to marinade your pork for a minimum of one hour, but 5-6 hours is best. Or you can go all the way up to 12 hours in this marinade.
What Can You Use This Pork Marinade On
Any type of pork you would like. Tenderloin, Butterfly Cut Chops, Regular bone-in or bone-out pork chops, and so on. This pork marinade recipe is versatile. You will find it provides an astonishing flavor to your pork that can’t be replicated by any store-brand bottle of marinade.
What Does The Soy Sauce In Marinade Do
The biggest thing is flavor, but you will also find that soy sauce somewhat brines the pork so that you have incredible flavor but also super juicy pork to serve up your family and friends.
Can I Make This Marinade In Advance
Sure, you can prep this marinade the night before you plan to use it. Then when you are ready, toss in the pork and allow it to marinate the meat. Once you toss on grill or place in the oven, discard any leftover marinade you might have.
Can You Baste Meat With Marinade
This depends. If you leave some of the marinades out and placed in a different container that doesn’t touch the raw pork, then yes. But, if you are planning to baste your pork with the leftover marinade that had your pork sitting in it, then no. The reason being is that has raw meat particles, and if you are basting meat, you are running a high chance of food poisoning.
Give this pork marinade recipe a try today. We love it, and have been using this same recipe for years.
Try my world’s best pork marinade the next time you are craving pork! Four ingredients are all it takes to make the best pork of your life. Sweet and savory come together for one juicy and tasty pork marinade recipe you will want to make over and over again. Mix all the ingredients together and marinade the meat as long as possible.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 112Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1758mgCarbohydrates: 26gFiber: 1gSugar: 23gProtein: 3g
Try my world’s best pork marinade the next time you are craving pork! Four ingredients are all it takes to make the best pork of your life. Sweet and savory come together for one juicy and tasty pork marinade recipe you will want to make over and over again.
Mix all the ingredients together and marinade the meat as long as possible.