Lemon Pepper Marinade is simple to make, and it adds a fresh, zippy flavor to your seafood, chicken, or vegetables.
I have found that the key to a really good marinade flavor is starting with fresh ingredients. Don't skimp and use a bottle of lemon juice. Adding the fresh lemon pulp and skin zest both infuse more flavor. I found a little trick to get all the juice and pulp from a lemon with a little help a tool like this Olive Wood Citrus Reamer.
I have been through many lemon juice squeezer tools, some counter top, and some handheld squeezers but none does as good as job as this little jewel. All you have to do is cut a lemon in half, insert reamer and twist. All the juice and pulp come out and all you have left is the lemon rind.
For this recipe, I also like to use Dualspices Mixed Pepper Corns. The combination of red, green, white and black pepper corns gives a nice dimension of flavor.
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Lemon Pepper Marinade
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Whisk together until well blended.
- Pour over chicken, seafood or vegetables to marinate.
- Allow to marinate for at least 3 hours in a refrigerator before grilling or baking