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    The Guild President

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    Default Re: ? on cooking meats

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlie Wolf View Post
    That looks like a good marinade. I added it to my recipe book. Except for the chipole peppers I think I usually have all those ingredients around. Is there anything I can use instead of the chipole peppers or will it make a big difference if I leave that out?
    I think it will make a big difference in the recipe if you leave them out. They don't make the recipe hot or spicy but they are the main taste next to the cumin. You can try using a tablespoon of tomato paste, a tablespoon of cider vinegar & teaspoon of paprika.

    The chipotle peppers in adobo sauce are in the Hispanic section at the grocery store. It's a small can so there's probably only 4 whole peppers in the can. I use what I need out of the can & dump the rest in a baggie. I toss it in the freezer and use the rest the next time I make a tenderloin.




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    Default Re: ? on cooking meats

    Ok I'll take a look there :-) Not sure if we have an Hispanic section but I can get it on Amazon too.

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    Default Re: ? on cooking meats

    I never take meat out of the frig until Iím ready to
    cook it. I would never leave meat out for any
    amount of time. Iím super careful when handling
    meat, always using different cutting boards and
    using different knifes when preparing a meal.

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