Country Bob's Marinade

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

I got a new grill from Walmart and I LOVE IT! The pan sets over two stove burners so I can easily make 8 pancakes (on the griddle side) or lots of meat (on the grill side). The best part is that it was only $20 and washes up easily in the dishwasher!! You see, anything I grill tastes like lighter fluid (my family prefers I never grill) so to be able to cook on my stove and have those beautiful grill lines... it's a miracle! I wanted to cook some chicken and steaks so I went to go look at the marinades and saw Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce, I looked on the back and sure enough there was a marinade recipe! We've never tried Country Bob's before and honestly it isn't something I would use often but it was nice for a change, it's like a mix of A1 and BBQ sauce. So yeah, the grill pan ended up being a better find than this marinade, but that's ok... not every recipe is a winner.

Ingredients
13 ounce bottle of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce
3 cloves of garlic, minced
Salt and Pepper

Directions
Place your meat (we used chicken breasts and thinly sliced sirloin), garlic, salt, pepper, and Country Bob's sauce in an airtight container or bag and marinade for 6 hours or overnight. Grill and enjoy.

Here's my grill pan in action, I really do love it!!

16 comments:

Lisa said...

That chicken made my mouth water! :)

Kim said...

Love your new grill pan. I love to use my grill pan inside. So much easier than setting everything up outside and all that. That chicken looks yummy!

Donna-FFW said...

I have a similar grill pan, does yours have a griddle on the other side? Mine does.Great way to BBQ inside when its chilly... The chicken looks delicious!!

justjoycee said...

Looks great. I also have a grill/griddle and just love it too. It's great for grilling zucchini and yellow squash too.

Jennie said...

20 bucks?!! That's awesome! I've been wanting one of those for some time but never actually priced them. Hm. I may be going shopping this weekend :)

teresa said...

mmmm, sounds delicious! nothing like bbq in the winter!

Kurdistan said...

sounds great cant wait to try it

Kurdistan said...

sounds great cant wait to try it

Latte Lady said...

So thats a pan on the flat top electric stove? I think I may need to go get one for myself this weekend.

Blackberry Jam Cafe said...

Very cool - you make it look easy!
I may need to try this - thanks for sharing!
Susan

Katy ~ said...

Carrie, sometimes I think we were separated at birth, grins. I have that grill pan as well. I don't use it nearly often enough (smokes up the kitchen like crazy when I use it LOL!!) I never knew about washing it in the dishwasher. Now I'm going to have to pull this out from behind all my other cooking pots and pans. I have been neglectful.

Grill marks ARE cool!!

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wow i wanna try it now

Kaitlin said...

I got some country bob's free awhile back and it's still sitting in my pantry unopened. I may have to give it a try!

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By the way, Country Bob's Marinade has such a magnificent flavor!

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