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August 19, 2021Reviewer: A customer in New York* My favorite marinade! So glad to find it on Netrition! It's absolutely the best.
July 25, 2018Reviewer: Charles in New Jersey* While visiting my son in Tennesee he made some pork steaks, and used this Allegro marinade on them before he threw them on the grill. Needless to say they were awesome. After returning home in New Jersey, I searched several local grocery stores, to no avail! I called my son to make sure I had the right name of this stuff. Only to find it on the Internet. So without any hesitation, I ordered a 12 oz bottle for around 2.99, plus $6.99 shipping. Now I'm a happy camper.
November 18, 2011Reviewer: Patricia in Texas* My favorite marinade EVER!This review is specific to Marinade, Original
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulNovember 02, 2011Reviewer: Leslie in California* I LOVE the Teriyaki marinade! I love it so much, I'm hesitant to try any other flavors! I make sure to poke several holes in my chicken when marinating. Then I bake at 425 degrees for 35 minutes and it comes out perfect! After pulling out of the oven, I top it off with Jok n' Al Chili Pepper Sauce. It's the best chicken I've ever made by far!This review is specific to Marinade, Teriyaki
March 25, 2011Reviewer: Carol in Alabama* I've been using Allegro Original for several years now and we love it. Great flavor and helps tenderize meat. I've used it not only as a marinade, but also as part of a sauce, the base of a paste rub for meat, mixed into ground beef for hamburgers, and splashed over a pot roast cooked in the crockpot.
I just bought the Hickory Smoke for the first time this week, and YUM! It gave a nice smokey flavor to the pot roast as well as hamburgers. I definitely plan on using this for marinating whenever I want that smokiness.
Can't wait to try the Teriyaki.