The "Dunk" Coffee Marinade

by Dave Romines
(Mississippi)

Only one ingredient - Coffee.


Don't throw away that left over coffee from breakfast. Let it cool and use it as a marinade.

That's right! Marinate pork chops,chicken, steak or any game meat in your favorite joe. When you grill or roast it in the oven, it picks up subtle hints of a smoky flavor.

Let marinade for 1-3 hours, based on the strength of the coffee and thickness of the meat. Season with a simple Chef's salt and grill.

Bon Apetite!

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