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Great marinade for the steak! I made a few alterations just for what we had on hand and it turned out great. I had to substitue burgundy cooking wine for the sherry, and we used boneless pork ribs (cut into cubes) dusted with season salt instead of chicken. For the beef we used bonless beef ribs. Leting the beef marinate in the sauce was just perfect!
Very good. I really liked the flavor of the meat and veggies. Very easy to prepare and the crunchier veggies were a bonus! Thanks for posting! Made for the I Recommend Tag Game.
We really enjoyed this. The marinade is full of flavor and I made as written. The weather was so bad that I wasn't able to grill it so I turned it into a stir-fry which worked very well. Thanks Gator. I'll make this again.
Yum, yum, yum! My family wolfed this down for dinner last night, hardly a peep to be heard in the kitchen for all that excited eating going on! It was cold and rainy last night, so rather than make hubby stand outside, I cooked this by roasting in the oven, then turning on the broiler a bit to brown it. It was delicious. Thanks, Gatorbek!
Yum! This recipe is very ideal for our family as I don't eat red meat and my Hubby and Little Miss (DD) love it. I marinated the chicken and beef separately for over 24 hours. Hubby said that the beef was so tender it melted in his mouth. We cooked them on the BBQ because the weather was so warm this evening and I think the smell wafted all around town. Thank you Gatorbek