Alan Ladd's Chuck Wagon Pepper Steak
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Alan Ladd's Chuck Wagon Pepper Steak
  Pepper    Steak  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:03:27 AM. Recipe ID 27410. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Alan ladd's chuck wagon pepper steak
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
      1    London Broil (about 3 lbs.)
      2 ts Unseasoned meat tenderizer
      2 tb Instant onion
      1 ts Marjoram
      1 c  Red wine
      3 tb Lemon juice
      2 ts Thyme
      1    Bay leaf
    1/2 c  Oil
    1/4 c  Cracked peppercorns
  I don't know if this is exactly the Pepper Steak recipe requested
  earlier by I. Chaudhary, but it's one of our favorites. We eat this
  practically year-round and it's good hot or cold.  Makes terrific
  sandwiches the next day.  My mom found this recipe years ago in a
  magazine - Woman's Day or Family Circle, I think - that featured
  celebrity chefs.  This was from Alan Ladd - and I probably just dated
  myself with that one (I'm really not that old!).  For those who don't
  know who Alan Ladd was, he was a great movie star - best movie was
  "Shane" - at least a three hanky.  Anyway, here's the recipe.
  Sprinkle meat with tenderizer, pierce with a fork (make lots of
  pierces so the marinade soaks thru), and place in baking dish.  Mix
  rest of ingredients, except peppercorns, in a bowl and pour over
  meat.  Lift meat up so marinade gets under it and can soak through.
  Marinate overnight (I usually start this in the evening and let it
  marinate overnight and all the next day) in refrigerator, turning
  frequently.  When ready to grill or broil, remove meat from marinade
  and pound half the peppercorns into each side.  Broil to desired
  doneness.  Slice meat thinly and on the diagonal and serve.

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Recipe ID 27410 (Apr 03, 2005)

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