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Update Jan 09. I marinated a Flank Steak and it was "The Bomb". If it has too much heat for some of your guest.... Serve some sour cream... Thanks again! This was good..... I used a nice and large NY. I am not much of a chili sauce fan but it provided just the right amount of HEAT! I will definitely make this one again with a cheaper cut of meat and let it site over night. Thanks!

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Mr Jackson February 14, 2009

Sorry, but this did not do it for us. I used a skirt steak, marinated overnight, and cookd over charcoal. It was way too sweet for us. but then we don't like weet and sour pork or chicken either! Koechin/Chef

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Koechin (Chef) June 03, 2008

Y U M M I E! We used the marinade on iron stake and we were all sing the yum yum song. This is a definite keeper thank you

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LB in Middle Georgia February 12, 2008

Karen this is a super marinade - I pan fried the steak (not quite BBQ weather yet) I was lucky to find strip loin steak at a super price. Marinated over night so the steak was bursting with flavor. Also bought baby Prtobellows on sale to complete this wonderful meal. Thanks Karen for posting this tasty recipe

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Bergy March 24, 2006

Another fantastic recipe from Karen! This marinade was perfect for our steak tonight. I followed the recipe exactly, but cooked the meat on our George Foreman. Loved it!

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Breeze144 August 20, 2005
Balsamic and Garlic Marinated Steak