Garlic, Herb & Wine Marinade
Makes 2/3 cup marinade.
SALT, MALTODEXTRIN, MODIFIED CORN STARCH, SPICES AND HERBS (INCLUDING RED PEPPER AND THYME), ONION, GARLIC, WHITE WINE, HYDROLYZED CORN GLUTEN, WHEY(MILK), RED BELL PEPPER, MALIC ACID, CITRIC ACID, AND NATURAL FLAVOR.
1 tsp. dry mix (2.5g) (Seasons 1 tbsp. marinade)
My favorite marinade for grilling chicken!
Ursula | June 18, 2015
love it with chicken. It makes it so juicy and flavorful. It turned out great baking in the oven.
Sarah Smallwood | March 14, 2013
Everyone love the chicken brest i marinated for my baby shower with this marinated. Now im makin it again for my daughter 1st birthday, since everyone was fightin over the chicken, ima make sure we have enough. thanks for makin this quick and eay marinade.
Lauren | April 27, 2013
I love to mix this marinade with the Baja Citrus marinade and add it to my baked tilapia. Cook up some brown rice and it makes for a very healthy, very fast meal that everyone will love.
Glenda | May 07, 2013
We love this marinade!!! I want to use it to marinade a 20lb turkey. I see no recipes for either a whole chicken or turkey. Just wondering if one packet is need for each 2lb dose that mean I should use 10 packets for a 20ld turkey? I am use to brinning my 20lb bird with a gallon mixture of liquid and spices.
Joe Marckini | October 23, 2016
I rate this product a 10! Someone gave me a package of McCormic's Grill Mates Garlic, Herb & Wine Marinade and it sat in the cabinet until I finally noticed it some time later. It's a marinade that is normally used for fish, chicken or pork but I had a small beef roast that I decided to use it on. Well... that was a good decision but, I needed the roast for dinner and didn't have time to do much marinading. I mixed the 1/4 cup of oil, 1/4 cup water and 2 Tbsp. of vinegar, poured it into my slow cooker and added my roast, let it cook on med. heat for about 4 hours and turned it about every hour. The last hour I added 3 large baking potatoes that I cut into thirds, an onion I cut into chunks and a few carrots. This cooked for about another hour with me turning the potatoes about half way through. This is the 1st time I've ever cooked a roast with potatoes that required no salt, no pepper, no steak sauce on the roast and no butter on the potatoes. Everything! was seasoned perfectly. This product worked perfectly. Wonder how it will taste on fish, chicken or pork as it was made for?
Martha A Cheves | December 03, 2016