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Zach’s Zombie Marinade


 

Zachs Zombie MarinadeZach’s Zombie Marinade

Asian peppers breathe a whisper of warmth into the dark soy broth of our ginger and garlic laced marinade. This is a delightful meat marinade or grilling sauce for chicken, steak and pork. It deliciously enhances the flavor of everything from pork ribs and pork loin, to grilled vegetables or tofu. Brush Zach’s Marinade on grilled shish kabobs for a taste to die for.

Marination can help tenderize tougher cuts of beef or pork, and marinating also adds moisture for a much jucier end result. Marinating foods before they’re cooked infuses them with flavor. Zach’s Marinade blends asian peppers with a dark soy broth, which is a natural meat tenderizer. To this we add garlic and ginger, as well as a few secret herbs and spices, and just a hint of brown sugar. The result is a delicate balance of warmth and flavor. Not too hot, and not at all overpowering- Our product enhances the taste of your food, never drowns it.

And of course Zach’s Zombie Marinade is made with fresh ingredients like every product from Zach’s Zombie Sauces-Marinades. It has no high fructose corn syrup, or artificial flavors, colors or chemical preservatives. It’s just a perfect blend of asian flavors for marinating meats and vegetables.

Try our marinade with this great steak recipe from Zach’s Blog. Steak is just one of the many meats and vegetables that becomes scrumptiously delectable with Zach’s. Zach’s Marinade was the 3rd place winner in the 2012 ZestFest Fiery Food Challenge Cook-Off for Asian Marinades and Spices. And right now we’re offering 15% off a case (12 bottles) when you use the promo code SUMMERHEAT. That’s enough Zach’s to grill your steaks, chicken and ribs this summer and maybe give a bottle or two to a friend. Another fine gourmet product from the family of Zach’s Zombie Sauces-Marinades.


Zach's Marinade
$4.99
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Chiles are eaten daily by 25% of the world's population.

The smaller and thinner the pepper, the hotter it will be.

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