Sundried Tomato Basil Marinade

  • Sundried Tomato Basil Marinade from Excalibur
$13.99 - $20.99
Shipping Weight:
1.50 LBS
Salt, Hydrolyzed Soy Flour and Whey Protein Blend, Sundried Tomatoes (Contains Sulfur Dioxide for Color Retention), Dextrose, Sodium Phosphate (9.5%), Spices (Including Basil), Paprika, Dehydrated Garlic, Corn Starch, Vinegar Powder (Maltodextrin, White Distilled Vinegar, Modified Food Starch), Natural Spice Extractive. Contains: Soy, Milk, Sulfites 952 ppm
Use 0.65625 lb of seasoning plus 36 oz of cold water to 12.5 lbs of meat.


Sundried Tomato Basil Marinade

Excalibur Seasoning

The sweetness of the sundried tomato mixed with the basil in this makes it one of our best marinades for chicken! This great flavor also works well in any Italian pasta dish; or on pork or beef!


  • 0.65625 lb package
  • Seasons 12.5 lb of meat
  • Use 0.65625 lbs. of seasoning plus 36 oz. of cold water to 12.5 lbs. of meat
  • 1.3125 lb package
  • Seasons 25 lb of meat
  • Use 1.3125 lb of seasoning plus 5 lb of cold water to 25 lb of meat

View our full Seasonings Conversion Chart to measure out smaller 1 lb or 5 lb batches with other seasonings.

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Why is Sodium Phosphate an important ingredient for a marinade?

Phosphates are used in meat products to increase water holding capacity and increase yields, which helps in making a juicier final product. Also known as Cold Phosphate and used at a rate of 2 oz per 25 lb of meat. By using sodium phosphate in meat products, the pH level of the meat is increased and moved away from its natural isoelectric pH point (which is around 5.2). As the pH shifts away from the isoelectric point, the water holding capacity of meat products is increased because there are more available negative protein charges for water to bind with. Sodium Phosphate also increases the water holding capacity by increasing the distance between proteins which in-turn allows for more water to enter the meat product and the water is held in the myofibrils by its capillary forces. Cold Phosphate and Sodium Phosphates can also help increase the shelf life of food products because of its antioxidant properties which reduce the rate of lipid and fat oxidation.

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