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I made this for a ZWT3 dinner last night. It was excellent, the meat was so tender and flavorful. I used a ribeye steak and grilled it rather cooking it in oven. Thanks for great recipe.
I made this substituting a little gin and little beer and it was awesome.
Used this to marinade T-bones and sirloins, and then broiled them. Very tender meat. I did leave out the rosemary - personal preference. Great recipe!
Wow!! Loved the flavor used an infero vodka and a cheap roast, cooked 45 min as Rita L did and it turned out perfectly tender and tasty,thanks Linda.
I used rib eyes and also used half vanilla flavored and half regular vodka. These steaks were great. Next time I'll leave out the rosemary, but leave the remaining ingredients as written. Thanks for sharing.
This marinade was too spicy for my family (some members had to scrape the surface of the meat before they could eat it. For us, next time I would reduce the amount of pepper by half, but leave the other ingredients the same. I cooked sliced mushrooms in the leftover marinade, and they were delicious.
AWESOME! I knew this recipe was going to be outrageous!!! We loved it! I used a tenderloin and regular vodka and then added a shot of vanilla vodka cause after all it IS Scandinavian! Thank you Jessica!!! Update: I have made this recipe three times and each time it was outrageous! I think so far, the T-bones were the best!
OMG!!!! This was so mouth-watering delicious, I don't even know what to say....I marinated sirloin steaks and then we put them on the grill -- and the outcome is wonderful! These were the best steaks that any of us EVER tasted! It's a definite keeper in my house, and since I did not use any flavored vodka this time -- we have something to look forward to! Thank you SO MUCH for posting this awesome marinade!!!
This was great Jessica! We marinated Tenderloins and grilled them. Juicy and flavorful! The fresh herbs really stood out. Nick's Mom
This was yummy! I used a raspberry vodka which gave the roast a nice berry taste, although maybe a little overpowering. Next time I think I would try using 1/2 regular vodka and 1/2 flavored vodka for a more subtle flavor. The roast was tender and moist and my family devoured it. Thank you for sharing. I'm glad I chose to make this recipe for the Zaar World Tour 2006.