marinate

[ mar-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF marinate

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If fish is split for stuffing, marinate the inside of the fish too.

Marinate them, or else dredge with salt and pepper, and dip into butter.

Mix apples and dates and marinate them with French Dressing.

Marinate cold, cooked, stringless beans with French Dressing.

Marinate, to salt or pickle, and then preserve in oil or vinegar.

Marinate with well-seasoned vinegar or a little lemon juice.

Mix, add the onion, marinate with French dressing, and allow to stand for a short time.

Marinate the diced vegetables with French dressing and put into the tomato shells, heaping each one as shown.

Marinate this with the French dressing, taking care not to break up the salmon.

Marinate with French dressing, and allow this mixture to stand for 1/2 hour or so before serving.

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