Turning a tough cuts of meat into melt in your mouth morals, relies on a good marinade. The acid base in a marinade will separate and break down the meat, If one marinates for a really long time with an extremely acidic marinade (i.e. one with lemon or line) the meat should turn out "extremely soft."
Marinading relies on upon what it is you're marinating and what's in the marinade, however in the event that you marinating for two or three hours before you're going to cook it, for most things I'd propose that is likely adequate andit is critical to know the distinction between a marinade and a grill sauce.
Marinade - is by and large a mix of some oil, some corrosive, to infuse a few added flavors into the meat before you grill or BBQ it
Grill Sauce - is implied only to finish. On the off chance that you utilize your grill sauce as a marinade, on the grounds that there's a ton of sugars like maple syrup and chestnut sugar in sauces, it will probably blaze in case you're including it too soon.
Utilizing a marinade will further bolstering your good fortune on the grill, but remember don't over-marinate anything. Continuously dispose of the marinade when your finish grilling and use a new batch for the next BBQ. Never add it to the dish or utilize polluted marinade for seasoning. Happy Grilling!