Writings on Guam and More
Chamorro BBQ Marinade
...soy sauce, vinegar and onions baby!


I've never had barbecue better than ours! Okay, I am biased, but for me, it is true! Watch the video below to get my secrets. The picture above is of chicken soaked in our marinade, but cooked in the oven instead of on a barbecue pit.

This marinade may be used for chicken, ribs, steak and even pork belly. Chicken and ribs should be marinated for 24 hours while steak and pork belly may be done for a shorter time period.


Return to A Taste of Guam     Next recipe


LOOKING for something on Paulaq.com? Enter your keyword in the search box below:

Subscribe to me on YouTube



Here's HomeA Taste of Guam | Remember Guam | Macarons Math Science Art | Novel: Conquered | Visit Guam | Jura Coffee and Espresso  | More Recipes | The Big Green Egg | Garden Goodies | Contact Paula

Infinity Publishing Author!

© Copyright Paula Quinene. Check out Guam cookbooks and Chamorro cookbooks, A Taste of Guam and Remember Guam, for more Guamanian recipes and Chamorro recipes that are tested, tried and true. Get Macarons Math, Science, and Art, for foolproof macaron recipes and techniques. Most photos courtesy Paula and Edward Quinene.