Haitian Marinate/Season Mix



season/marinate mix is use in marinating and seasoning all of the meat that is cook. I grew up watching my mom using this in all her cooking.Now that I have a family of my own I use this same mix, it is is and covent to use.It is easy to make
The amount of ingredients may change depending how much of this you want to make


2-3 Cerly Sticks
1 bell of garlic
3-6-season cube
2-3 packets of Accent
about 1/4 cup(each) of
lemon pepper season
complete season
all propose season
1/2 to 1 whole onion
1 bunch of green onion
1 cup of water
Mojo marinade

Jar with Lid

Take all the vegetable and rise it, cut them into peice ( it don’t matter how big or how small it is going into the blender).After you put the vegetabl in the blender put in the remainer of the ingredients in the blender.Blend until liqufid there will be small pices of the vegetable in there that will be okay, this is not a thick mix, so if the mix is to thick add a little bit of water to thin it out.The color should be green, but if you opt to use tomatoes then the color will be reddish.Pour the mis in a jar and refrigerate. Now it is ready for use.


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  1. Thank you so much for adding your recipe link at our Grand Opening of #PureBlogLove . Your recipe look delicious! I hope to see you next week at 8 pm EST!
    Have a great day

  2. You have been chosen as our feature on the #PureBlogLove Link party! Congrats, be sure to drop by tomorrow at 8 pm EST to see your feature and drop off 3 other creations! Congrats again!!!

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  4. Hi Sabrina,
    I love the taste of many Haitian dishes. It is such a pleasure to learn the secret behind some of the tasty foods I have enjoyed. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful Haitian Marinate/Season Mix with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop! I appreciate it!

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