Vik's Umami Marinade
Vik's Umami Marinade marinade is a simple way to add big flavor to meat, fish, or veggies. Easily combine ingredients by whisking, blending, or shaking in a mason jar.
Marinades are a simple way to add big flavor to meat, fish, or veggies. While there are endless combinations possible, every marinade should include three basic components: fat, acid, and seasoning. Fats like olive or vegetable oil help transfer fat-soluble flavors into the marinating food and help prevent moisture loss during cooking. Acids like vinegar, citrus juice, and buttermilk work to tenderize as well as balance flavors, while seasonings including spice blends, herbs, and salt are vital in imparting specific flavor and identity to each marinade.
Combine ingredients by whisking, blending, or shaking in a mason jar. For best results, prepare marinade a minimum of one hour before adding protein to allow spices and seasonings to rehydrate. Refrigerate food while marinating. Discard marinade after use. Try Vik's Umami Marinade with portobello mushroom, pork chop, or flank steak.
6 oz vegetable or olive oil
2 oz Worcestershire sauce
2 oz Balsamic Vinegar of Modena
2 Tbsp Vik’s Garlic Fix! Spice Blend
2 Tbsp Ultimate Umami Seasoning
1 Tbsp Honey – Granulated
Combine ingredients by whisking, blending, or shaking in a mason jar. For best results, prepare marinade a minimum of one hour before adding protein to allow spices and seasonings to rehydrate. Refrigerate food while marinating. Discard marinade after use. Yields 10 to 11 ounces.
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