#129 - Barbecue Marinade - A medium heat blend with old time flavor - A.C.LEGG OLD PLANTATION
DIRECTIONS FOR USE IN A VACUUM TUMBLER
Breasts: Place 25.0 Lbs. of boneless, skinless chicken breasts in a vacuum tumbler.
Add 29.25 Ozs. of water and 10.75 Ozs. seasoning. Vacuum tumble 20
Wings: Place 50.0 Lbs. of chicken wings in a vacuum tumbler. Add 29.25 Ozs. of
water and 10.75 Ozs. of seasoning. Vacuum tumble 20 minutes.
NOTE: Depending on pickup desired, the amount of water that is used can be
changed. If a more intense flavor profile is desired, increase seasoning usage
by 10%-25%. If a less intense flavor profile is desired, decrease seasoning
usage by 10%-25%.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE AS A SOAK
1. Dissolve 10.75 Ozs. of seasoning in one gallon of water. Adjust the amount of
water depending on strength marinade desired.
2. Use plastic or stainless steel containers only.
3. Product can be marinated for as little as 30 minutes or as long as 24 hours
depending on your need and the desired intensity of flavor.
4. Product should be kept under refrigeration during marination.
NOTE: This marinade seasoning can also be used for beef, pork or seafood. To
marinade boneless beef or pork in a vacuum tumbler, use the procedures
outlined for chicken breasts. When marinating by soaking use the directions
as outlined for chicken.I
TEM: Old Plantation BBQ Marinade Seasoning
SIZE: 10.75 Oz.
Packed 24 Bags Per Case
INGREDIENT STATEMENT ON BAG:
Blended of Salt, Spices, Dextrose, Sodium Phosphates (13.95%), Paprika, Natural Smoke
Flavoring, Sugar, Ground Celery, Onion Powder and less than 2% Sodium Aluminosilicate
added as an Anticaking Agent.