Purchased marinades are often loaded with salt. While salt add taste, a kidney friendly marinade shouldn’t require added salt and should taste good without it. That’s why I created this simple honey and rosemary marinade.
It’s a sweet marinade that adds just a light garlic and rosemary flavor to enhance the taste of food you want to marinate.
Low in sodium
This recipe is low in sodium. – The ingredients do not add sodium and of course there is no salt added. This way, this marinade doesn’t add any sodium to your food.
Low in phosphorus
This recipe is low in phosphorus. – There is no considerable source of phosphorus in this recipe.
Low in potassium
This recipe is low in potassium. – There is no considerable source of potassium in this recipe.
Low in saturated fat
This recipe is low in saturated fat. – This marinade contain less than 2g of saturated fat per serving. Even though almost half the volume is oil, it is still low in saturated fat due to the portion size (1 tablespoon). The serving size is about the amount of marinade that will remain on your food when served.
You can use less honey or just skip it and replace it with more oil or lemon juice if necessary. If the final volume of honey-free marinade is enough for you, just use it as is.
However, take note that this will affect the ratio of ingredients, therefore the overall nutritional values.
How to make this marinade
For this honey and rosemary marinade, you just need to combine all the ingredients and let rest your meat, tofu or any other foods you want in it.
I generally prefer to use reusable containers, but it’s easier to completely marinate something in a freezer bag. This ask for less marinade for the same amount of food.
You can marinate any food you want to, but if you use this honey and rosemary marinade to marinate meat, remember to never reuse marinade that have been in contact with raw meat.
More kidney friendly marinades
Here are my other kidney friendly marinade recipes:
Honey and Rosemary Marinade
- ½ cup vegetable oil
- ¼ cup liquid honey
- ¼ cup lemon juice
- 1 tbsp lemon zest (Zest of 1 lemon)
- 4 garlic cloves chopped
- 1 tbsp onion powder
- 1 tbsp dried rosemary
- Combine all the ingredients and marinate your food.
For informational purposes only. Nutrition data is primarily calculated from the USDA National Database. Values may vary from accuracy of measurements, brands, nutritional data and more. All measurements are metric (1 cup = 250ml). Readers are encouraged to make their own calculations.