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Made for my DH's birthday party for the family. I mixed equal parts (1/2 cup each) of the A-1 and Worcestershire together in a bowl and poured it on both sides of the steaks. Used Lawrey's seasoning salt and skipped the parsley because I didn't have any! Tender and delicious steaks is what we ended up with after grilling them 7 minutes on each side!
I used this to season a London Broil and it was fantastic! I added a tsp of dijon mustard for an extra zip and two minced garlic cloves. Yum! Thanks for sharing!
This recipe made for a great steak! We loved it! I used salt, and garlic powder in place of the seasoning salt because I didn't have any on hand. It was great! Rich
I put these in Gallon bags and marinated all day. I got large steaks and cut them in half. They were delicious. I never would have come up with something this easy tasting so good. Thanks for posting!
I loved this recipe ..this was great and easy to fix.. so tastey..family was wow when I took the steak out of the grill they thought they were eating at Outback... thanks
I love A1 so I had to try this. We all loved this. I have tried a lot of marinades but this is the best so far.
This was pretty good! I experiment with a lot of steak marinades, so I suppose I set my expectations high! But I do love worcestershire sauce and A-1. If you like those two flavors, you're in luck with this one! Thanks so much for sharing this!
I first tried this recipe with T-bones for a Sunday dinner because DD's boyfriend loves A-1 sauce with his steak. We all really enjoyed this and the BF was impressed that I took his taste preferences into consideration. I've made this several times since with different cuts of steak; it's a great way to grill a steak.
I was never really happy with the way my steaks turned out until I tried this recipe. Will make my steaks like this from now on.