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I LOVED IT!! My husband always seasons the steaks and he was not happy when he saw me pouring lemmon pepper all over his precious t bones but they were fabulous. Very juicy due to the beer and so simple to make. I used Shiner Bock beer and I would definately reccoment a dark beer.
I am by no means a cook. I am just starting out and my fiance and I made this recipe last night and it was fabulous! We used a frying pan as well since we do not own a grill. I am just amazed at myself that I can cook something tasty!;)
I marinated mine too long. We were having grill problems and I left the steak in the marinade close to 3 hours. The steak was dry but had a nice flavor. I will definately try it again and marinate it for about an 1-1 1/2 hours.
The flavor of these steaks is almost indescribable - the beer and lemon pepper combine nicely to lend a rich robust taste to the meat. As a meat tenderizer you couldn't have better - before marinating I had two pretty tough cuts of beef but by the time they were on the plates the knife went through them like soft butter. I marinated them for about 2 1/2 hours and then poured the leftover juices into the pan to bubble right along with the meat for about 5 minutes and I think it made the difference in sealing the flavor. I wasn't real wild about trying this recipe (I HATE beer) but I think this one's a winner! Next time I may attempt it with garlic cloves and onion powder. A keeper!
I made this for my teenage son's birthday dinner as he had requested steak. After dinner I asked him how many stars he would give this recipe and he stated 5. When I asked him what comments I should say about it he said "juicy and it had so much flavor you don't even need steak sauce." A huge winner tonight immensely enjoyed by everyone.
My husband and I liked this Marinade, it was easy and I had the ingredients on hand. I read reviews first, took suggestions. This recipe had more mixed reviews than typical. I found some comments were rude. The key is in beer and steak cut you choose. I used Longtrail Pale Ale but darker beer is better. I used garlic pepper, better for beef than lemon pepper. I added Montreal steak seasoning. I made tracks in rae steak with fork. I then rubbed the spices into it. The tracks help retain the spices. I poured the beer over it slowly. I didn't lose my spices this way. (My grandma thought me that trick.)