I marinated this for an hour, and in that time, the only flavor that came through was the heat from the chilies. I was a bit disappointed by that. I did have to use ground ginger because the ginger I had in the fridge had gone yucky, which could have been part of the problem.
This is a great blending of flavors. I marinated it for an hour but think next time I'll let it sit much longer to absorb more flavor. I used the steak in a stirfry with peppers, onions and broccoli. Thanks.
I loved the taste of this marinade! I used lemon juice as a substitute for lime. I think it would also be great with chicken.
Well I thought I had brown sugar on hand but didn't so I substituted honey. Omitted the sesame oil (again thought I had it at home but didn't) but added some toasted sesame seeds to the finished product. Absolutely loved it. had just the right amount of heat to sweet for our tastes. DW said it was "restaurant quality". Thanks for the posting.
I love this recipe! It takes great! The only thing i changed about it is the brown sugar. I didn't put that in because I don't really like the sweeter taste for dinner, but it still turned out wonderfully. :)
This recipe was really good, my family and I enjoyed it very much. Followed the directions exactly, but I did let the meat come to room temperature before I cooked it. Thank you for a great recipe Sue!
My family was angry because I didn't double this recipe.. they wanted more! I prepared it the same way except I cooked it in a george foreman grill and then chopped it into pieces and mixed it with white rice with the leftover marinade (boiled it a bit since it was in contact with raw meat). If you do it this way, consider at least doubling the marinade. It came out very delicious!
We loved this and took seconds and thirds, I think! Great combination of flavors. I marinated the steak for 7 hours and we used the leftover marinade as a sauce. It cooks very nicely on the grill. Thanks!