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Mrs. Dash Marinades and a Giveaway

I have a great giveaway today. It includes a set of all five of the new Mrs. Dash Marinades and a $50 gift card.

During the summer, Mr. K and I do a lot of grilling. On a regular weekday, to keep it healthy, we will usually grill on our George Foreman grill. It’s a lot of grilled fish and chicken, flavored with Mrs. Dash seasonings, which I really love because they are salt and msg free.

Recently, I was given a set of Mrs. Dash new marinades. There are five flavors available: steakhouse, sweet teriyaki, lemon pepper, garlic herb, and lime garlic. I was so excited to try these out since I love the seasonings. The marinades are easy to use. You marinate your protein 30 minutes beforehand and finish off with a brushing of marinade once it’s done grilling. I did that for chicken, but for the fish I just brushed some marinade on top when they were done grilling.

I really enjoyed playing around with these marinades and all the different flavors. My favorite was the garlic herb. Mr. K really liked the lime garlic.

Now onto the giveaway. The giveaway ends Thursday August 1, 2013 at 11:59 PM PST. Please note, it is only open to US residents. The winner will be chosen using random.org.

To enter, leave a comment at the end of this post, telling me which flavor marinade you are most interested in trying and how you would use it.

For additional entries:

1. Like this post on Facebook. Then leave a separate comment at the end of this blog post telling me you’ve done so. Make sure it is a separate comment from your first entry so that it is counted separately.

and/or

2. Tweet the following message on Twitter: “Win @MrsDash marinades and a $50 gift card @kirbiecravings https://wp.me/p17wwJ-4ym”

And if you want another chance to win the marinade set, Mrs. Dash is currently doing a giveaway on their Facebook page, now through July 29th, where they give away a set every week. Good luck!

 

88 comments on “Mrs. Dash Marinades and a Giveaway”

  1. I would try the steakhouse marinade…on steak!

  2. I like this post with my Facebook username Mary Happymommy.

  3. I would like to try the sweet teriyaki on salmon!

  4. The steakhouse marinade looks great for steak!

  5. I’d love to try the teriyaki sauce on chicken!

  6. Just liked the post on facebook!

  7. Would love to try the Garlic Herb, especially this summer to put on pasta, spinach and chicken salad. Hope it is as good as Mrs. Dash’s seasoning without salt that I love to use in cooking.

  8. Garlic herb would be the most used in our family.

  9. mmmm, lime sounds amazing. on talapia, it’d be a sure winner!

  10. the lemon pepper sounds great!!

  11. Just liked on facebook.

  12. Lime Garlic would be great for chicken breasts for chicken fajitas.

  13. Lime/Garlic marinade: for fish fillets -or- can try using it to marinate carne asada along with dashes of dry “Menudo Mix” and black pepper.

  14. Liked your Dash giveaway post on Facebook.

  15. I’d love the lime garlic on corn salad with some mexican queso, cilantro and some hot sauce. hm!!

  16. I liked on fb!

  17. Lemon pepper would go with just about anything, but I’d like to try them all.

  18. Lemon Pepper.

  19. Garlic Herb or Lime Garlic would be the one I want to try the most. I may have to search for this sometime this weekend.

  20. Liked the FB post.

  21. Garlic Herb sounds great on pork chops.

  22. i would like the lemon pepper

  23. i like on facebook

  24. The garlic herb looks the best to me…but they all look delicious! I would use it to marinate chicken most likely, but I would probable even use it on salad as dressing! (posted link to twitter)

  25. i’d use the teriyaki with salmon on the grill!

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  26. i liked on FB as daniel budsy

  27. Would love to try the lime garlic on fish!! [email protected]

  28. The Sweet Teriyaki looks like it would be amazing on tofu!

  29. Lemon pepper is one of my favorite flavors for chicken.

  30. I want to use the Steakhouse flavor for making steaks on the grill!

  31. I like this post on Facebook!

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