9 Reviews

This was a very good. We all liked it. The flavor was a little milder than we expected, but it was very tasty. It was reminiscent of some Korean marinades I've used, but without the chilis and with olive oil instead of sesame oil. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Barb!

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Halcyon Eve June 02, 2009

Made using the flank of a deer. Used veg. oil and sesame oil. did not use sesame seeds. Marinated for two days. Was absolutely delicious!

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Z,G,L's mom March 17, 2009

The only thing I left out were the sesame seeds, didn't have any. I only marinated it 4 hours and it was still wonderful. BBQ'd it 6 mins. per side and it was just right for us med-rare.

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Susang April 15, 2008

Left to marinate 24 hours. Good, but the soy sauce overpowered everything else so the overall taste was not as interesting or tasty as I expected. Would probably not do this marinade again, but thanks for posting.

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BerrySweet April 18, 2007

Easy and awesome! Thanks so much!

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garner898 January 21, 2007

Wow! This is fabulous! Absolutely perfectly spiced and needs no changes. My family thought it was wonderful. I did add onion powder instead of the onions. I think next time I will some sort of fried rice to go with it. The meat was tender and juicy. Just remember to check it frequently so it doesn't overcook. I cooked this in my oven on broil--lowest setting. It took about 10 minutes. Sooo yummy.

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Petite Mommy December 01, 2006

Wonderful flank steak! I followed the recipe as is, omitting the sesame seeds (Mom can't have them) and marinated for 36 hours. I made a 'noodle pancake' out of some steamed Cantonese noodles (browned them in a bit of peanut oil), then put a layer of stir-fried bok choy, with double the sauce, on top of that, then thinly sliced the grilled steak into bite-size pieces (12 minutes on the HOT grill gave me the results in the picture) and layered that on top of the bok choy. It turned out like a layered lo mein, with grilled steak....it was fantastic and my family loved it. The Asian flavor in the marinade, combined with the smoky taste from the grill, gave this a whole new taste experience for us. Thanks Barb, I had fun playing around with this one!!

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Hey Jude August 06, 2005

Delicious steak! Followed the instructions exactly except for subbing a regular onion for the green onions. Thanks for sharing this keeper! We will be having this again.

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ellie_ August 30, 2004

excellent marinade, barb. we really enjoyed this. i used a london broil, prepared it in the morning and grilled it for dinner. there were 5 of us and there wasn't a drop left. i'll be making this again.

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chia August 09, 2004
Northwest Grilled Flank Steak