5 Reviews

A bit sweet for our tastes,next time I will cut back on the brown sugar.But it had good flavor and we loved the cooked bits of garlic and onion left on the steak after cooking.I want to try this with chicken breasts next time. I bet it will be awesome.

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Mona August 08, 2002

We didn't care for the taste of this. Maybe it was because all I could taste was beer and pepper flakes. I honestly don't think I will try this again. The beer flavor was a bit too much. It did however make the meat very tender.

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Winnipeg *Mel* April 25, 2005

Well-we are a family that usually uses Dale's marinating sauce so maybe thats why it was not so popular with us. It was GREAT for the tenderness but did not have much flavor. Maybe I did it wrong? Either way-we are trying it again but adding Dales instead of Worcestershire. Thanks!

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Jeniferbz March 17, 2005

I thought this was just great. I marinated the beef for about 24 hours and used a dark leffe beer. I then put the meat into a stew type dish and even though it didn't cook for very long it was super tender. Thanks so much!

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Sackville March 10, 2005

Well to be sure this wasn't too sweet (I don't really care for sweet) I just increased the Tabasco to a little over 1/2 a cup and the red pepper to 1 rounded tbls (we love spicy) and of course I used the 8 cloves of garlic. Oh and I promised SO that I would say "and of course I used Coors Lite"! Beer really makes meats tender so with the added ingredients for this marinade this was great. And the best thing is I always have these items on hand!

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Rise` October 16, 2003
Beer Marinade