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The Best Marinade Around

Rated as 4.51 out of 5 Stars

"This recipe makes enough marinade for one steak, but can be multiplied for the amount you are grilling."
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Ingredients

1 h 5 m servings 571
Original recipe yields 1 servings (0.75 cup marinade)

Directions

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 571 calories; 54.4 22.3 9.5 0 7220 Full nutrition

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5 STARS IS A RIP OFF!!! This one truly deserves 10 stars! We just finished dinner and I couldn't wait to get my review in... This was incredible... Really! Absolutely incredible. I used some bon...

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I tried the recipe the way it is, and it's OK. But for the PERFECT steak, try adding Balsamic vinegar, Worcestershire sauce and ground pepper. It is best if the liquid ingredients are added in t...

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5 STARS IS A RIP OFF!!! This one truly deserves 10 stars! We just finished dinner and I couldn't wait to get my review in... This was incredible... Really! Absolutely incredible. I used some bon...

This is a good basic recipe, but should come with a warning: Do not over marinate with this recipe! Your meat will be tough and salty! I botched it cause I didn't follow the directions. The nex...

What an awesome marinade recipe! Took me 3 minutes to prepare. I marinated 2 butterfly pork chops in it for 1 1/2 hours, then grilled. I couldn't believe how wonderfully they turned out! Thanks...

I tried the recipe the way it is, and it's OK. But for the PERFECT steak, try adding Balsamic vinegar, Worcestershire sauce and ground pepper. It is best if the liquid ingredients are added in t...

Way, way, way too much soy sauce. It just over-powers everything else.

I used this marinade on a pork tenderloin, which Hubs grilled. Both of us are relative purists when it comes to how we like our meats, generally preferring a light seasoning over marinades. But...

This is a good one. I add a tbsp of red wine vinegar and a tsp of worstershire sauce. If I have fresh ginger I grate a tsp in too.

This was a fantastic marinade. I only eat red meat once or twice a year (and only then with lots of BBQ sauce), but this marinade has me craving grilled steaks and I didn't use any BBQ sauce! ...

I like this recipe, I use it a couple of times a month to tenderize tougher cuts of steak. I use it more for that purpose then for flavor, although I like the flavor.