5 Reviews

This was just ok-- needs more flavor. Next time I'm cooking the whole thing on the grill. I'll use less oil and more soy sauce. I'll add ginger and orange juice or some grated orange rind.

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Heather V. July 17, 2007

This is a great recipe! My young children enjoyed it! I used minced garlic instead of cloves. The best part for me was eating the left overs the next day! The flavor was just as good! Will definitely make again!

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rjcmommy May 28, 2007

This is so easy to throw together, but really adds a good flavor to the steak. I doubled the soy sauce by accident (the cap came off of the bottle), but it was low sodium- so I do not think it did any harm. Thanks for sharing such an easy marinade :)

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Loves2Teach October 28, 2006

This is yummy! I followed the recipe as stated, except that I did not discard the garlic after marinating. We loved the crunchy 'bites' of the grilled garlic. Good recipe. Thanks.

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lazyme September 29, 2006

Excellent! Although the recipe states to marinade at least 1 hour and up to 10 hours, mine marinaded a whopping 33 hours! I had planned this for our Sunday meal but, ya know how things go with kids....our plans changed and we ended up having it for Monday night dinner. Didn't matter, it was delicious. I didn't cut the slits and stick in the garlic....I scored the flank steak, cut the garlic into small chunks, marinaded as stated and then rubbed the garlic chunks into the scored parts and broiled in my oven. Thanks Ev, this was fabulous :)

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Hey Jude February 27, 2006
Flank Steak with Teriyaki Marinade