Tex-Mex marinade (2)

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Tex-Mex marinade (2)
Tex-Mex marinade (2)
Servings:Serves 4 - Enough to marinate meat for 4
Calories per serving:21
Ready in:5 minutes
Prep. time:5 minutes
Cook time:None
Recipe author:Chef
First published:24th October 2012

This is great as a marinade for chicken pieces, cubes of steak for kebabs and beef ribs and especially good for barbecues.

Coat the meat in the marinade, refrigerate for a few hours and then barbecue or grill.

Fabulous commercial alternative

If your feeling lazy and want a really good, high quality commercial Tex Mex Glaze Dry Rub, I promise that you won't get better than Taste Sensations own brand. It's mainly sold to caterers, but they produce pack sizes as small as 250g for less than £4 and you can buy it directly from Amazon. That amount just about fits in to a 500ml Kilner-type jar and get used surprisingly quickly. I don't make my own anymore!


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  1. Remove the seeds and stalks from the ancho chillies
  2. Add to a small bowl and just cover with boiling water, leave to soak for 3 minutes
  3. Blend the remaining ingredients and the ancho chillies in a food processor using as much of the soaking liquor as is required to make a pourable marinade

Serving suggestions

Use as a marinade for beef or chicken when preparing Mexican style dishes.

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