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    Sauces,Seasonings, Rubs and Marinades

    Spices make every day dishes become extraordinary!!! Cover picture by Lvs2Cook
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    4 Reviews |  By icetea

    this looked so yummy. i saw it on a food network wedding special, the recipe is by rachael ray.

    Recipe #115464

    2 Reviews |  By Mercy

    This is a low carbers dream that is elegant enough to serve at dinner parties!

    Recipe #119996

    Hopefuly no one has posted this recipe. I came up with this on my own for my boyfreind.

    Recipe #120454

    This is a marinade (for any steak you like) and then there is a sauce recipe to serve with that steak after it is cooked to your liking. Nice to serve on a bed of greens with tomato wedges, avocado and red onions.

    Recipe #123525

    Lovely Asian style marinade. Makes enough marinade for about 1 1/2 lbs of meat.

    Recipe #124145

    For any of you that are beef lovers, this is an amazing recipe for beef steak! Just make certain to tell your butcher to cut the sirloin to 2-1/2 inch thickness for this recipe. This steak is broiled then baked in the oven in a savory sauce, served topped with delicious mustard sauce, If desired you can just omit the mustard sauce, the steak is really wonderful without it also! The mustard sauce can be prepared hours in advance and refrigerated, then warmed in the microwave when ready to use. This recipe serves two people easily, but can be doubled if desired, just double all ingredients and prepare the with the same method...This is wonderful served with baked potatoes...you will love this!

    Recipe #124716

    This is a wonderful recipe--the flavors and aromas are very enticing. If you like garlic you will love this!!

    Recipe #126068

    We always grill our steaks, but earlier this week I had set out steaks for dinner and then we had a horrible storm, which made grilling impossible. I found this recipe in a cookbook and it was so good! I hope you enjoy it as well!

    Recipe #129062

    this is really good..only makes 1/2 cup...so we never have any leftovers

    Recipe #130386

    Another fine recipe from chef Jim Lee. I serve over steamed rice. Preparation time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #131015

    This sauce is a must served with steak!

    Recipe #131132

    Once you have your pork this way you'll never make it any other way. My Mom gave me this recipe a while back. It is quick and easy and tastes amazing. The sauce is also good served over rice.

    Recipe #135918

    I picked up one of those recipe cards at the store near the merchandise and spiced it up a bit. You could leave out the spices if you like a cooler taste!

    Recipe #137251

    This is the only way that I prepare steaks, now. Absolutely delicious!

    Recipe #109728

    I got this recipe from Family Circle Magazine and loved it! The only thing I do differently is marinate the steaks in red wine over night with a little meat tenderizer. At the end, to thicken up the sauce, I add about 1/2 teaspoon of cornstarch in the last minute of boiling the sauce.

    Recipe #113031

    Cheaper cuts of meat can be substituted, but the sirloin is nice especially for dinner guests. This is an easy American version of Stroganov. I also posted the traditional Russian version (recipe #97243).

    Recipe #114266

    1 Reviews |  By GregV

    This is wonderful for Summer BBQ (even though I fire up the grill even during the middle of the winter). The flavors are wonderful. It may be a little spicy for some, but for the daring it's great. I found this recipe in the Oregonian newspaper, from Portland Oregon. I have many requests for this for dinner and for the recipe. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #114413

    1 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    This is a good likeness to A 1 sauce. I don't eat steak a lot and this recipe makes only 6 servings.It keeps up to 3 months in the fridge. My uncle made me this when I was in Germany. They did not have steak sauce in the house. Very easy and quick to make.

    Recipe #114785

    This DOES NOT taste anything like A-1 or Heinz 57. However, it does add something special to a plain grilled steak.

    Recipe #95530

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