Looking for some quick and easy marinades to make dinner prep super easy and delicious?
These four sauces, dips, and bastes will become a staple in your cooking repertoire.
Get ready to try:
Each of these recipes can be used in more ways than one. Making them a great solution for home-chefs, parents, and meal preppers who want to pack their food with flavour, and do it fast!
A sauce you can use on just about anything. This sticky-sweet and rich All-Honey Teriyaki Marinade is worth making from scratch, trust us.
This sauce is excellent used in stir-fry dishes. Simply use in place of store-bought sauces, or drizzle over stir-fried chicken or vegetables when ready to serve.
Is there anything better than sweet, creamy honey mustard sauce? Drizzle some of this on salads, use it as a marinade for chicken, or dip your favourite bite-sized snacks straight in!
This recipe will become your go-to marinade! In a medium bowl or casserole tray, combine 1kg chicken breast or tenderloin fillets with honey mustard marinade, mixing well. Cover and chill for at least 30 minutes or up to 24 hours. When ready to cook, preheat BBQ or frypan and cook 4-5 minutes each side until golden and cooked through.
Satay is so easy to make and adjust to your taste preferences. They creamy, nutty flavour works well as a marinade for satay BBQ chicken skewers or fridge-ready dressing for noodle salads and rice bowls across the year.
Marinade Instructions: In a medium bowl or casserole tray, combine 1kg chicken thighs, halved or tenderloin fillets with half of satay marinade, mixing well. Cover and chill for at least 30 minutes or up to 24 hours. When ready to cook, thread chicken onto pre-soaked skewers, preheat BBQ or frypan and cook 4-5 minutes each side until golden and cooked through. Serve with remaining satay marinade as a dipping sauce, garnish with extra peanuts and coriander, if desired.
A staple recipe for any home cook! This twist on a classic green pesto employs honey for some added sweetness. Perfect for using as a dip, pasta sauce or over barbequed meat and veggies.
Stir this sauce through cooked pasta, marinated grilled chicken, pan-fried salmon or served alongside vegetable dishes such as warm salads or buddha bowls.