CHAMORRO BBQ MARINADE
I've never had barbecue better than ours! Okay, I am biased. Watch the videos 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 may be done for 6 to 8 hours.
MARINATED RIBS ON BBQ PIT:
MARINATED CHICKEN LEGS ON BBQ PIT:
MARINATED WHOLE CHICKEN COOKED IN OVEN:
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