This easy steak marinade will have your friends bringing their steaks to you, asking you to marinate it for them! It adds a delicious, elaborate flavor to any cut of steak.
Lamb marinated with fresh oregano and garlic is grilled over coals and finished with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. This is the best lamb taste you'll ever experience!
This is a very zesty and unusual marinade. (Best if used on thin steaks.)
This marinade is great for grilled salmon. It works well with any cut of salmon. However, I typically use salmon fillets. I like king salmon best but it works well on any type of fresh salmon. This marinade is enough for 3 pounds of salmon.
A balanced BBQ sauce with equal parts heat and sweet.
The tender steak with the French name gets a flavor boost from the French-speaking Cajuns. Inspired by Austin Nielson's "Garlic Creole Marinated Flat Iron Steak."
A bath in beer and fresh herbs gives this tender steak Hall-of-Fame flavor. Inspired by jhy8555's "Rock Star Status Marinated Grilled Tri-Tip."
A mustard-flavored, very tender steak. Smart chefs have used mustard to flavor food for centuries--the Romans used it as a glaze on wild boar. Inspired by madcow's "Mean Mr. Mustard (Steak)."
An easy weeknight steak recipe with an incredibly rich, flavorful sauce.
Tender pork skewers with major flavor from a gourmet Asian marinade. Surprise your guests with this meaty grilled appetizer or light dinner.
Tasty, tender grilled pork with spicy flavor from a soy and cayenne marinade.
Stuffing's not just for the oven anymore. Delicious marinated pork tenderloin, packed with bready goodness, cooks up on your grill for a smoky, tasty surprise. Master this and you'll be the hero of your cookout.
Every self-respecting man needs to know how to cook a good steak. Face it, folks: a thick slab of perfectly prepared beef is hard to beat and makes even the most hardened vegetarian have second thoughts. Ask your local butcher to cut a 1-inch thick slab of the best cut you can afford, but make sure it's at least choice grade. If you don't have a charcoal grill, you'll need that too....Please NO GAS! Finally a good marinade.
Try this unique combo of grilled lemon, tomato and sirloin steak.
Sirloin steaks are a flavorful cut of meat. Make them even more flavorful by first marinating them in your own homemade teriyaki sauce. It's easy to do and gives you a nice break from plain steaks.
This recipe won third place in the MTR chicken marinade category at the PNWBA Washington State Spring BBQ Championship in 2012.
This is great on T-bones or even chuck steaks. I find it works best medium-rare. Top with mushrooms done in garlic butter. Enjoy!
When using this marinade on all our venison and beef cuts the results are outstanding. Tender, delicious meat every time. We mostly grill our meat. Also, anyone who says they don't like wild game MUST try this recipe and you will become a fan of it! The longer it sits in the marinade the more tender the meat will be. It is really important to trim all the fat off the wild game.
A marinade for venison round steak, inspired by a French dressing mix and herbs de Provence. Recipe also includes stovetop cooking instructions. Venison is also good when served with wild rice and tart fruit. While the venison is cooking, you can add vegetables to the skillet, such as chopped carrots, onions, mushrooms, parsnips, Brussels sprouts, etc. You might even want to experiment with cooking wine--Cabernet, Merlot, etc.
Taste the flavor men have enjoyed for thousands of years--sesame oil is one of humanity's original food flavorers. This marinade takes full advantage of sesame's specialness and works on any kind of meat.