Posts Tagged ‘ marinade ’

What Would Betty Do Logo Firecracker Pork Fusilli

In the next town over, there was a restaurant that billed itself as serving “world pasta” or something similar. Their selections ran the gamut from ordinary Italian favorites to more Asian-inspired noodle dishes. But the one dish that everyone ordered was the firecracker pork fusilli. Admittedly, this was a strange dish: pasta topped with shredded, […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Easy Flank Steak

This is a ridiculously easy overnight marinade that tenderizes and flavors the flank steak. It’s perfect for weeknights because it grills or broils quickly. Scale to whatever proportions you need, but always keep the 2:1 juice-to-soy sauce ratio. Ingredients Flank steak, 1.5-2 lbs 1/2 cup orange juice 1/4 cup soy sauce 5 cloves of smashed […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Lime-Cumin Chicken

I haven’t been cooking as much while I’ve been injured. In fact, we spent the first four weeks largely subsisting on meals that were delivered by friends and moms’ club strangers, and I thank them all for helping us out. After all, the intra-kitchen hobble wasn’t exactly a practical method of getting things done. As […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Brazilian Beer Chicken

This recipe from grilling guru Steven Raichlen not only works well for an overnight marinade, but freezes well in the marinade for later use, perfect for once a month cooking (OAMC) enthusiasts. If you’re planning to freeze some, I suggest that you double or even triple the recipe; it’s not much more work, and you’ll […] Read More