Mojito Lime Marinade
Makes 1/2 cup marinade.
1 package Grill Mates® Mojito Lime Marinade
1/4 cup oil
2 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons apple cider or white vinegar
2 pounds chicken, beef or shrimp
1. Mix Marinade Mix, oil, water and vinegar in small bowl. Reserve 2 tablespoons marinade for basting. Place meat or seafood in large resealable plastic bag or glass dish. Add remaining marinade; turn to coat well.
2. Refrigerate 15 minutes or longer for extra flavor. (Marinate seafood no longer than 30 minutes.) Remove from marinade. Discard any remaining marinade
3. Grill, broil or bake until desired doneness, basting with reserved marinade halfway through cooking. Discard remaining marinade.
Honey Lime Marinade: Mix Marinade Mix, 1/4 cup each oil and lime juice, and 1 tablespoon honey. Continue as directed.
SUGAR, SALT, SPICES (INCLUDING SPEARMINT AND CHILI PEPPER), GARLIC, GREEN BELL PEPPER, ONION, ORANGE PEEL, CITRIC ACID, LIME PEEL, CORN SYRUP SOLIDS, NATURAL FLAVOR, LIME OIL, AND LIME JUICE SOLIDS.
3/4 teaspoon dry mix (Seasons 1 tablespoon marinade)
I use this in my black beans with limeade. Love it! I also use the baja citrus with oj. Hard to find these lately though. My store has them on clearance, so that scares me. Please do not take these flavors away!
Susan | May 03, 2015
AMAZING. I added the honey to all of the other ingredients (olive oil, apple cider vinegar, water, marinated chicken for an hour (cut breasts in half, longways to make thinner/increase marinade taste intensity). Then grilled in a covered gas grill on indirect burner heat for 15 mins each side, then 5 minutes on "high" directly on burner. Moist, flavorful and delicious! Will definitely use this again.
firstname.lastname@example.org | September 03, 2014
Where can I find this in the 37615 zip code. I've used it once and really like it and now can't seem to find it :(
Rita | July 04, 2016
We have used this with chicken thighs and wings very good flavor
Timothy | November 03, 2013
We have a family of 7. Last night I used this on chicken on the grill...no leftovers! Yummy! Makes me want to eat supper again right now!
Denise | September 12, 2013
I am a south Louisiana recreational fisherman. This marinade is phenomenal on grilled Redfish and Speckled Trout. My predicament is not readily available to me in the 9.5oz. container. I found it at Sam's and it is only a seasonal item. Where can I find this in better bulk. I bought several containers of it but foolishly distributed it to friends and have none left for my self.
Kevin Mayer | January 05, 2014
We use this marinade to make Lime Chicken Fajitas. We put chicken, cheese, black beans and onions in a flour tortilla. I then put it in a black iron skillet and cook both sides briefly. I then brush the outsides with the marinade again and serve. This is my daughters' absolute favorite meal!
Danny | February 25, 2016
Used the Honey Lime Marinade recipe on packet and marinated 1.5 lbs boneless, skinless chicken breast for one hour. Then I threw that great smelling chicken on a medium-hot skillet for 4 minutes each side. Transferred to a buttered up baking dish and baked at 400F for 20 mins. This mojito marinade was so good. Served as tacos on corn tortillas and chihuahua cheese along with Knorr chipotle rice with basil corn on the cob.
Roxanne | September 06, 2014
Used the alternative suggested recipe, Honey Lime Marinade for chicken skewers. Had friends over for 4th of July BBQ and everyone raved about the chicken and asked me for the recipe. I can't wait to try it again.
Melissa | July 05, 2014
I was able to buy a 13.5 oz shaker of Mojito Lime at Costco a while back and it quickly became a favorite seasoning. While I use it mainly on roast chicken, it also works well on fish, steak and burgers. I wish I could find something larger than the 1 oz envelopes.
Scott | June 09, 2014
Used on boneless skinless chicken breast cooked over charcoal. Very good but not as much flavor as I would like. May be better in the oven.
Allen | July 13, 2013
Can't find it around here (San Antonio, TX). So disappointed. :-( Why can't I order on-line, or can I? I'm new to this site.
Yvonne | August 16, 2016