Sanbokan Marinade

The Sanbokan lemon is an heirloom variety of mandarin/pomelo cross which makes a great marinade for meat in the style of the Japanese ponzu sauces. Note that, here in Hawaii at least, the Sanbokan fruit is at is juiciest just as it begins to turn from green to yellow, and gets only slightly sweeter, but much less juicy as it ripens to bright yellow.

Ingredients:

1 cup tamari (soy) sauce

1/2 cup Sanbokan lemon juice

2 teaspoons fresh ground pepper

4 cloves finely chopped garlic


Marinade steaks or pork chops for at least 2 hours, turning about every 15 minutes. Grill meat on both sides (gas grill preferred).

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Sanbokan Marinade

The Sanbokan lemon is an heirloom variety of mandarin/pomelo cross which makes a great marinade for meat in the style of the Japanese pon...