Marinade for Chicken
  • 15cal
    Calories
  • 0g
    Total Fat
  • -
    Dietary Fiber
  • -
    Proteins
  • 220mg
    Sodium
  • Nutritional
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Nutritional information

Serving Size: 1
Calories: 15 Calories From Fat: 0
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Calories 15 cal
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Total Fat 0 g
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Cholesterol 0 mg
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Sodium 220 mg
7 %
Total Carbohydrates 1 g
1 %
Sugars 1 g
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Vitamin A 2
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Vitamin C 0
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Calcium 0
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Ingredients

Distilled white vinegar, sauterne wine, water, high fructose corn syrup, whey (from milk), modified corn starch, onion, seasoning blend (salt, sauterne wine powder, spices, oleoresin turmeric, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate), garlic, anchovies, corn syrup, natural flavors, molasses, potassium sorbate as a preservative, caramel color, sulfites

Allergens

anchovies

Marinade for Chicken

Lea & Perrins® Marinade for Chicken is a special blend of white wine, garlic, and select herbs and spices that penetrates and tenderizes without compromising the wholesome goodness of chicken. The subtle flavor is also a perfect accompaniment for fish, pork and other lighter foods.
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  • Green Bottle L & P Marinade
    by Sue Harber
    It is very hard to find on the shelves of our local supermarkets like Publix, and had to actually order it from Amazon!! It is wonderful, but so hard to find.WHY??? We now have enough to last 6 months!
    Yes I would recommend this item.
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    by S. McCandlish
    This was originally marketed as "White Wine Worcestershire Sauce", then "Worcestershire Sauce for Chicken" or something like that. Same product, different names. They should go back to the original, since this really has nothing to do with chicken in particular, and is much more versatile than a marinade.

    Except on red meat, I prefer this in any recipe (or experiment) calling for Worcestershire sauce. It is especially good in copious amounts as marindate for the fish and vegetables in salmon kebabs, and in gentler quantities on portobello mushrooms (place upside down, brush the spore gills with this sauce, add a little garlic, green peppercorn, and herbes de Provence, and bake 10 min @ 350 deg. F.)

    The flavor is much milder than regular red-wine-based Worcestershire, and so does not drown out the natural flavor of the food. If you live in Canada or some other place that does not regularly stock this product in stores, it is worth ordering it, even for the extra postage cost (I did, when I lived in Toronto, and went through 6 bottles in a year.)

    You can use this as the basis for some custom, home-blended sauces of various sorts, including steak, barbecue, and others, even salad dressings.

    It's also my go-to equivalent of steak sauce for pork tenderloins and other pork white-meat cuts (I usually add a substantial amount of white and green peppercorn and garlic, because that's how my tongue rolls.)
    Yes I would recommend this item.
  • A really good sauce.
    by Vicki Kelsey
    I use this sauce to make many chicken dishes. I use it so much, I wish it could come in gallon form.
    Yes I would recommend this item.
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