Join Lamont as he briefly discusses baking chicken drums then caramelizing the meat with that signature grill flavor. Leave a comment and tell us what you think!
Want to know how to get more flavor into your red meat? Let us introduce you to Marinade. You may have heard different theories about what a marinade is or isn’t, but its essentially anything that adds flavor. It can be a simple as salt and pepper.
When marinating red meat keep in mind its thickness. One to two inches should be marinated 30 minutes- 1 hr. The longer you steep (another word for “marinate”) the more intense the infused flavors.
Lamont takes you through marinating beef short ribs.
The benefits of marinating is often overlooked when it comes to white meat. We’ve all had the misfortune of eating dry, papery chicken or turkey. LaMont recommends marinating the protein then searing in the flavors. This transforms bland turkey into a moist, savory delight.
How do you make your turkey tasty? Check out LaMont’s technique and share your own with us on our Facebook page.
See the recipe below and share yours in the comments!
- 4 0.5 lbs. trout
- 1/2 cup Lamont's Marinade
- 1/2 cup Lamont's Barbecue
- 2 Cups of salad
- Marinade trout for 15-20 mins
- Grill trout under medium heat for 15 mins ( ~8 mins on each side)
- Place trout on prepare salad seasoned to taste
- Apply BBQ sauce to taste