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Definition of the noun marinade

What does marinade mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: marinades

  1. mixtures of vinegar or wine and oil with various spices and seasonings; used for soaking foods before cooking
    • lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
    • more generic word: condiment = a preparation (a sauce or relish or spice) to enhance flavor or enjoyment

Alternative definition of the noun marinade

noun

  1. A seasoned, often acidic liquid mixture in which food is marinated, or soaked, usually to flavor and prepare it for cooking.

Definition of the verb marinade

What does marinade mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: marinaded | marinading | marinades

  1. soak in marinade
    • examples: marinade herring | The chefs marinade the vegetables
    • domain: cookery / cooking / preparation
    • lexical domain: Change - verbs of size, temperature change, intensifying, etc.
    • synonym of marinade: marinate
    • more generic words: infuse / steep = let sit in a liquid to extract a flavor or to cleanse

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Google previewThe Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics (1899)

A marinade is a bath for meat, fish, and game to soak in before ...

Google previewYearbook of Agriculture (1969)

A marinade is a mixture of oil, vinegar and/or lemon juice, and seasonings, salt, herbs, garlic, onions, or seasoned salt may be used. Marinate meat in refrigerator for 24 hours or at room temperature for 2 hours before cooking. Cutting narrow ...

Google previewMastering Barbecue (2012)

Tons of Recipes, Hot Tips, Neat Techniques, and Indispensable Know How by Michael H. Stines

A marinade is a highly seasoned liquid used to adda layer ufflavor, rcndcrizc meat and seafood, and add moisture before cooking. There arc three basic components to a marinade: acidic liquid, oil, and seasonings. Acid breaks down the ...

Google previewFood Service And Catering Management (2007)

by Arora

Marinating meat A marinade is a mixture of an acidic Principles of Food Production 255 Meat and poultry.

Google previewGrill This, Not That! (2014)

by David Zinczenko, Matt Goulding

A great marinade is a marvelous thing, and we discuss the technique at length later in Chapter 6, but there is an even simpler way to instantly improve your grilling: salting. Salt is the single most important ingredient in the kitchen, yet we give ...

Google previewThe Happy Table of Eugene Walter (2011)

Southern Spirits in Food and Drink by Eugene Walter

Basically, a marinade is a mixture of oil, acid (lemon, wine, or vinegar), and spices and/or herbs, in which meat or fish soaks for a few hours or overnight. The acid breaks down the fibers, tenderizing the flesh, while the oil carries into it the ...

Google previewCalcutta Cookbook (2000)

A Treasury of Recipes From Pavement to Place by M Dasgupta

The marinade is a mystery butnot the giveawaytaste of the green papaya. Parathasare rolled outwith incredible dexterity, tossed between the hands and cooked on a sizzling griddle. Weare ready for another aswewatch thekathi unskewered ...

Google previewMarinades, Rubs, Brines, Cures and Glazes (2011)

400 Recipes for Poultry, Meat, Seafood, and Vegetables by Jim Tarantino

The marinade is a delight for a cold winter dinner of roasted eye round. as well as a summertime grilling of beef filets. '/z cup sherry vinegar 1 cup Madeira '/4 cup chopped shallots 2 or 3 cloves garlic, chopped 3 whole cloves, crushed 3 whole ...

Google previewThe Ultimate Guide to Butchering Deer (2011)

A Step-by-step Guide to Field Dressing, Skinning, Aging, and Butchering Deer by John Weiss

A marinade is a liquid bath in which otherwise tougher cuts of venison are allowed to soak for various lengths of time before being cooked. Shoulder roasts (that is, arm and blade roasts), neck roasts, and in the case of very old deer the sirloin ...

Google previewWeber's Big Book of Grilling (2001)

by Jamie Purviance, Sandra S. McRae, Tim Turner, Weber (Firm : Palatine, Ill.)

MARINADES: A marinade is an acidic solution that improves the texture and flavor of the food that is soaked in it. The acid in the solution tenderizes the surface; wine, vinegar, and fruit juice (especially citrus) are some of the more common ...

Google previewMouthfeel (2017)

How Texture Makes Taste by Ole G. Mouritsen, Klavs Styrbæk

The marinade is the secret behind the sweet and sour umami taste that is acquired by the finished oboro konbu. The presoaked and marinated seaweed is then allowed to rest for twenty-four hours so that its texture becomes sufficiently soft to ...

Google previewThe Grilling Encyclopedia (1994)

An A-to-Z Compendium of how to Grill Almost Anything

Refrigerated marinades should definitely be covered or they risk picking up stray flavors and odors or, conversely, making everything else in the refrigerator smell and taste like the marinade. Some people feel herbs and spices are more active ...

Google previewThe Aphrodisiac Encyclopaedia (2012)

A Compendium of Culinary Come-ons by Mark Douglas Hill

Marinade. Iguana : 1 medium-sized specimen Bay leaves : 3 Peppercorns : 2 Chipotle chilli : 2 dried chillies Garlic : 4 fat cloves Rice vinegar : 3 tbsp Chopped oregano : 2 tbsp Onion : 1 medium red onion Vegetable oil : 1 tbsp Tomatoes : 4 ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Country Living, 40th Anniversary Edition (2012)

by Carla Emery

LIVER: basil,sage MACKEREL: fennel seeds MARINADE: allspice, bay leaf, ginger (fresh or ground), nutmeg, ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Fish and Fish Products (2009)

by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

DUT: Marinade, gomarineerde vis FIN: Marinoitu kaia GER: Marinade ICE: Kryddsúrsaöur fiskur ITA: Ammarinato NOR: Marinert fisk POL: Marynaty rybne POR: Peixe em escabeche RUS: Маринад SCC: Riba u marinadi SCR: Marinada SPA: ...

Google previewHarper's Cook Book Encyclopaedia (1902)

Arranged Like a Dictionary and Compiled Under the Direction of the Editor of Harper's Bazar

Put all the marinade in a small saucepan. Cook forty minutes, and pass through a strainer, crushing most of the vegetables through it. Wash the saucepan, and pour back the marinade. When it is boiling remove from the fire; cut in small lumps ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Dainty Breakfasts (1899)

by Phillis Browne, Sir Frederick William Andrewes

Ingredients : A fresh roe, marinade, egg, bread crumbs, sauce, brown bread and butter, sliced lemon. Time required : Preparation overnight. Five minutes for frying . Procure the fresh roe the day before it is wanted and boil it in salted water till ...

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