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Old 11-03-2007, 12:20 AM
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steak marinade???

Me and my roommate buy two packages of tri tip from costco a month. For marinade I've been warming up some olive oil and dicing up some onions and throwing the onions in the olive oil and then tossing in some minced onion and the usual spices; salt, pepper, garlic salt, lemon pepper seasoning, and something else....lol Let the onions brown and then put it all in a ziploc bag with my tri tip and let it sit for at least 30mins. Any of you guys got any other suggestions or 'secrets' for me? I love my steak. thanks guys.
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Try adding a little balsamic vinegar to the mix. It acts as a tenderizer and also adds a nice flavor to the meat. I use it alot when marinading meat.
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Old 11-03-2007, 01:59 AM
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i use stubs marinade
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will do. thanks granny and red73! Anybody else got any other opinions/experiences?
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Make Mine.......Ribeye Medium Rare

I like to season up the steaks like normal with salt, pepper, and spices, etc. but then I will cover them with A-1 and let em soak as long as I can, a couple hours or overnight. It's a totally different flavor than dunking your pieces in A-1 after their done cooking. I've tried their marinade but I think the actual steak sauce marinates better. It's nice for something different.....I hate cold A-1 on my steak. Anyway my

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Old 11-05-2007, 11:58 AM
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Try adding a little balsamic vinegar to the mix. It acts as a tenderizer and also adds a nice flavor to the meat. I use it alot when marinading meat.
Yep vinigar tenderizes.
I use Garlic wine vinigar, soy sauce in a 50 50 mix and then sprinkle garlic powder, a dash of sugar and ground black pepper on them....let sit 2 hours...mmmm.
this is especially good for venison steak to remove the game taste.
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I got a Jack Daniels Honey Teriyaki marinade recently (bag and all ready to go, just throw your steak in) and it was awesome.
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Old 11-05-2007, 12:10 PM
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I usually don't marinate my steak, but will have to try some of your recipe's. I love to use italian dressing and cajun salts on my pork though
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I usually don't marinate steak either, but every now and then I'll do it to change things up, or if you didn't get the best cut of meat etc. I'm not a big fan of the italian dressing marinade, so I've had to make my own. That Jack Daniels stuff sounds good too.......I'll have to give it a try.
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Old 11-05-2007, 01:46 PM
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Jack Daniel’® EZ Marinader® - Liquid Marinade in a Bag

The Garlic and Herb one was great on pork steaks too!
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