Whether you broil this tasty steak—or slap it on the grill, the acid in the marinade’s lime and pineapple juice will help tenderize it. Pair with sweet potatoes for a colorful, hearty summer hit! —Roxanne Chan, Albany, California
Tender and full of flavor, this juicy tenderloin couldn’t be much more convenient on hectic weeknights. Make ahead the night before, marinate during the day, then grill when you get home. Mary Ann Lee - Clifton Park, New York
Pork tenderloin is treated to a mustard-and-teriyaki sauce marinade, then dressed up with sliced green onion. It makes for an elegant and scrumptious grilled entree that’s ready in no time. —Tahnia Fox, Trenton, Michigan
This moist chicken, sent in by Wendy Molzahn of Beaumont, Alberta, is partially cooked in the microwave just before grilling to speed up cooking. The rosemary marinade enhanced the meat flavor...and there's enough sauce to set aside for basting.
"I use this great marinade not just for beef, but for everything I grill-from pork chops to chicken," notes Sue Sauer of Deer River, Minnesota. "The marinade's main ingredient-orange juice- is both low in calories and a good tenderizer."
A local restaurant used fresh peaches to garnish a salmon dish, which gave me this idea for grilling the fish we catch. It’s a beautiful presentation and quick to prepare. —Valerie Homer, Juneau, Alaska
Seven simple ingredients come together in this flavorful marinade that will really perk up easy-to-cook flank steak. Try placing the strips on a salad with your favorite dressing. Lisa Ruehlow - Blaine, Minnesota
Lime juice tenderizes the steak while garlic, chili powder and red pepper flakes kick things up. “My husband and I came up with this together as something lighter to make on the grill.” Caroline Shively - Alexandria, Virginia