Marinade for steak
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Marinade for steak
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:58:13 AM. Recipe ID 20952. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Marinade for steak
 Categories: Sauces
      Yield: 4 servings
 
      1 c  Olive oil
    1/2 c  Sherry vinegar
      1 x  Or:
    1/2 c  Wine; red or white
      1 x  Or:
    1/4 c  Lemon juice
      2 T  Soy sauce
      2 ea Garlic cloves; sliced
      1 x  Coarsely ground pepper
      2 T  Freshly chopped herbs
      1 t  Italian seasoning
      1 x  Red peppercorns; if desired
      1 T  Worcestershire sauce
      1 t  Sugar
 
  "... Ingredients in a marinade can be varied, but it is important to
  use wine, vinegar, lemon juice, or some acidic liquid to break down
  the connective tissues. This process will make the steak more tender.
  Remaining marinade ingredients add flavor." Use a good-quality olive
  oil or walnut oil; add good-quality wine or vinegar and a combination
  of fresh and dried herbs, seasonings, garlic and soy sauce to make a
  flavorful marinade. 1. Place all ingredients in glass screw-top jar;
  shake vigorously. Arrange meat in shallow glass dish; pierce with a
  fork. Pour marinade over meat; turn to coat. Cover and refrigerate
  several hours or overnight, turning meat occasionally. 2. Remove meat
  from marinade; pat dry. Remove any pieces of spices or herbs that may
  stick to meat. This recipe is a steak marinade, but the ingredients
  can be adapted for other meats using the same techniques.
 




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Recipe ID 20952 (Apr 03, 2005)

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