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Made steaks taste pickled :-(

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Chef Charlie Brown December 23, 2009

I like to double the recipe for 4 ribeye steaks. This marinade is so much better than anything you can buy at the grocery store!

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preslar November 15, 2009

A superb marinade. I grilled for 40 a few weeks ago and marinaded about half the pork and half the steak in this for 3 or 4 hours in advance. The difference in taste and texture was really noticeable, and I had made many requests for the recipe - I sent them here. Changes: besides changes for quantity, I added 1 TBSP more of basalmic vinegar, and that was it! Too bad I discovered this at the end of the BBQ season.

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Picky_Cat October 15, 2009

Wow! What a great marinade. We used it for a steak and for a vegetarian beef kabob. Both were excellent. I used a combination of Balsamic and red wine vinegar (only because I didn't have enough Balsamic but didn't know it until I was making the marinade) We will deffinately be making this again!

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whtbxrmom October 13, 2009

Made for a very tender, tasty steak!

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MaddieLC September 27, 2009

Yummy!

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Brianna Storer September 20, 2009

WOW! This was a great marinade! We have used this many times since - thanks so much for the wonderful recipe!

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LaurelAnn September 18, 2009

Mmmmm!! My new favorite steak marinade. Thanks!!

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905569 August 29, 2009

I have used a number of marinades for steak, pork, and this is by far on top of the list!!! although you state to turn the steaks oftem, NEVER turn steaks more than once. place the steaks at 45 deg and turn half way through the first half to get those perfect grill marks! repeat on the other side. Remember pre-heat the grill on hign for at least 15 minutes then cook the steaks on Med-High! Thanks again for another fabulous recipe!!

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Cunuck August 23, 2009
Kittencal's Marinade for Grilled Steak