This is a teriyaki style marinade ---who ever said that marinades are only for flavor and not tenderizing has never tried this recipe! this marinade produces the most fabulous tasting beef and pork and tenderizes like nothing you have ever had before! I developed this recipe almost 20 years ago and still use it to this day, this works fabulous on a London Broil, it makes the best kabobs and pork tenderloins!--- the longer the meat marinades the more tender and juicy it will be, so plan ahead the meat needs to stay in the fridge for a minimum of 8 hours to 24 hours (even better if left for 24 hours!) the amounts listed are enough for 2 pounds beef or pork so you might want to double or even triple the ingredients, if I am doubling or tripling I usually cut back on the soy sauce and still only use 2-3 tablespoons fresh garlic, you can add in 1 teaspoon dry mustard powder also, the powdered meat tenderizer is only optional you do not have to use it this works great even without it! don't forget to allow the meat to come down to almost room temperature before cooking, this will relax the meat fibers and create a more tender meat --- DO NOT substitute the honey for anything else but pure maple syrup, and if possible I recommend using honey that is what works as the tenderizer
Have napkins ready for this starter course! Peel these bad boys at the table and lick the garlic and herb butter from your fingers! Caribbean rum really adds a wonderful flavor! WINE: Crack open a bottle of Viognier, the dry fruity wine is lovely with the garlic and shrimp.
This is a recipe is soooooo yummy!!! It is traditionally served over toast (S.O.S. is s**t on a shingle, toast being the shingle) but it can be served over biscuits, baked potatoes, rice or whatever you like. I like to use a cast iron skillet.
This recipe is from Super Suppers, the franchise that allows families to prepare meals ahead of time in their central kitchen. They do the prep, you do the assembly for quick dinners from the freezer. I love flank steak and this sweet/spicy combination appealed to me. The addition of pepper is mine and the way I like this dish.
Can you say GARLIC?? Don't fear, when you pan roast the garlic in olive oil you get this wonderfully sweet mellow flavor... then you have this bonus of roasted garlic olive oil to use later! I got this idea from Michael Chiarello on the food network but have made it my own.
We had this for dinner this past weekend and I cannot begin to describe how scrumptious it was. This is a recipe from Ina Garten / The Barefoot Contessa. I have never liked Bearnaise Sauce -- but I made this as a special treat for my husband. We BOTH absolutely loved this steak AND the sauce, and it will be a special dinner for us from now on. We served this with Rosemary Roasted Potatoes and Pesto Pea Salad. Yum! ** Please note: This has raw egg yolks in the Bearnaise Sauce **
This is a great "company" meal and goes well with the potato gratin with boursin that Mean Chef posted. It's from Bon Appetite's "Entertaining with Style" 1996. I have served it often and always gotten rave reviews from everyone.
This recipe uses the beef mushroom master mix posted separately to put together a satisfying meal on the table for your family without a fuss. The first 8 ingredients have been broken down to size in order to get this posted. Please use recipe #107902 for actual measurements for the Freezer Mix. Not gourmet but great for a hungry family!
An absolutely delicious way to enjoy steak -- I usually make this with London Broil. A favorite of ours for many years. Preparation time does not including marinating -- this must marinate at least overnight.
I've been making this dish for years and it never fails to draw rave reviews. Using a good cut of meat is key, so it will be very tender. I use beef tenderloin or sirloin (choice at the minimum). The longer you marinate the beef the better the flavor (over night at a minimum). Cooking time does not include time to marinate.
Tired of using ground beef the same old way? Try this spicy dish! Feel free to double the sauce if you like it really saucy! Update: the hoisin sauce is quite sweet, so you might start off with just a little and work your way up!
This is a very flavorful Shepherd's Pie. It puts a new twist on an old favorite by the addition of cream cheese and a dash of ground mace, and it's super easy to make. You can use any leftover veggies such as corn, carrots, string beans, etc. My photo was made using a shallow pan, because my deep dish pan was busy at the time. :)
From a community cookbook. You dredge the sliced steak in flour and then cook and season with ingredients to make a chili sauce. I think my kids will like this one! Haven't tried it yet. Serve with pasta and rice.