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Anyone have any good steak marinade recipes?
I use one a lot that is reportedly what Steak and Ale uses on their "Kinsington Club" steak.
White cooking wine
Use equal parts of the three ingredients, in whatever quantity needed for the amount of meat you are using.
I use this for beef and chicken. I usually marinade beef overnight, and chicken for at least two hours. When I'm ready to grill, I take the meat out of the marinade and season with McCormick's Grillmate spice mix. This marinade ends up with a bit of a "teryaki" style taste.
yeah that steak & ale kensington steak is not bad, just small.
I used a little bit worcester with fresh crack black peppercorn with a a Jim Beam hot sauce and like to marinade my strip steak for over 8hrs.
or a crush about 4-6 garlic cloves and dice a onion fine and spread them along the steak with pepper and little salt and let them sit in the frig turning once. You have to like garlic & onions for this one. Great on a hot grill.
I'm a dry rub guy...
A good dusting of some blend, seared in a pan or ON A GRILL, let it rest on a plate
loosely under foil for 5 minutes, and it simply can't get better...
You taste the beef with the bonus of seasoning and flavorful jooses...
Damn if it ain't my favorite thing!
My wife's from Argentina and I've been there 3 times for a month each shot...
They know what I like and lovingly cater to me...
They get the coals white, season only with salt, and get a crust going...
At the table they serve a green condiment of minced garlic, parsley, vinegar, pepper, and olive oil,
One reason Argentina is famous for its beef is that they butcher younger, more tender, animals...
For 2 24oz. ribeyes:
2 cups of your favorite beer
4-6 splashes of whorstorshire sauce
4-6 splashes of teryaki sause
2-3 shakes of granulated garlic
Marinate for at least 1 hour, turning steaks half way through.
So many to try! They all sound delicious!
Jack Daniel's, garlic, onion, seasoning salt
Make a bottle of good seasons brand salad dressing add 2 cups of your favorite beer ground pepper and 3 or 4 tablespoons worshteshire sauce. Marinate overnight. I use this on flank steak all the time. ;f
I was in a pinch the other day, and threw some cheap cuts into some Newmans Own Vinegar and Olive oil dressing.....Couldn't wait, so it ended up marinading overnight....It was pretty darn good, if I do say so myself.
Olive oil,lemon juice(fresh squeezed please), and soy sauce.
Let soak in the fridge at least two days don't over cook.
Moores is great takes 30 mins to a hour depending on how you want it to taste. I buy it by the gallon. http://www.mooresmarinade.com/
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