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The Best Gluten-Free Pork Marinade Recipe

by Elyse the Gluten-Free Foodee
The Best Gluten-Free Pork Marinade Recipe

I love BBQ, and being gluten-free does not mean I have to miss out on enjoying all the delicious ways to prepare my favourite foods. So today I’m sharing with you the best gluten-free pork marinade recipe that will perfectly complement any cut of pork.

This recipe for the best gluten-free pork marinade recipe will give you a beautifully sweet and tangy exterior and the juiciest pork interior. You can’t go wrong.

Why not just buy any self-stable marinade for your BBQ pork or BBQ steak marinade or BBQ chicken rub? Because many marinades contain gluten ingredients like Worcestershire and Soy Sauce. When you buy a marinade, salad dressing, or any prepared sauce, you need to read every ingredient to ensure it is gluten-free. Being familiar with The Complete List of Gluten Sources makes understanding labels easier. Check out our 15 steps to living gluten-free, to help you safely navigate your gluten-free journey with little to no compromise.

There are many other sources of gluten you may not think of right away. Here are several lists to help to navigate the world of gluten-free:

If you are looking for other delicious ways to spice up your BBQ game now, or throughout the year- these recipes work just as well on grill pans, and frying pans, as they do on a BBQ- check out

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The Best Gluten-Free Pork Marinade Recipe



  • Mince garlic
  • Mix the garlic, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, dry mustard, soy sauce, olive oil, and black pepper in a large Ziplock freezer bag
  • Close the bag and really shake it up, as you want all the ingredients to be well mixed.
  • Unzip, and add the pork and shake up again.
  • Leave pork in the mixture for at least 30 minutes. If leaving the chops out at room temperature, leave them for no more than 1 hour. If keeping the bag in the fridge, you can keep the meat in the marinade for up to 4 hours. Remember to bring meat to room temperature before grilling.
  • Turn the bag often to make sure steaks are well coated, no matter how you’ve marinated them- room temperature, or in the fridge.
  • Once your grill is hot, oil the grill and cook to the desired temperature of 145F degrees for pork chops.

This recipe will produce a restaurant-quality pork chop at home. The meat will be tender and juicy, and wow any crowd. Even if you aren’t grilling outdoors, you can cook your chops on an indoor grill pan, griddle, cast iron pan, or frying pan. No matter the method you choose to cook your pork it will be tender and delicious. And the hit of any dinner!

Happy grilling!

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