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I plopped a 3 lb. frozen london broil in a bag with this marinade on Tuesday afternoon. Friday evening after many mornings and nights of flipping the steak grilled up to perfection! Even after three days of sitting, the flavors of the marinade complemented the flavor of the meat without overpowering it. Thank you so much for a fantastic meat marinade!

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cause4chubbyhubby April 26, 2006

I've never been able to find a Marinade that makes my mouth water until now! I used this with Venison Tenderloin Kabobs. The meat was unbelievably tender. I've made tenderloin many ways, but this tops them all!!! I've even written this one down in my address book so when I visit family, I've got the perfect dinner on hand!

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Kym Holland January 07, 2004

This is a very good marinade. I substituted barbecue sauce for the steak sauce and used balsamic vinegar, and doubled the vinegar because I ran out of Worcestershire. Also I used a fresh chili pepper, broken into about 5 pieces, and about 6 leaves of fresh basil. I marinated venison strap steaks overnight in the fridge and grilled them to medium doneness. They were delicious and extremely tender. One of the five best marinades I've tried, and I've tried a lot over the years.

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Glenn73 October 02, 2002

This was very good as I'm always looking for different marinade recipes for London Broil. I used Jack Daniels BBQ sauce instead of steak sauce and only a little bit of water. Flavors combine so well if done for 24 hours. Look forward to making this again.

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DividedBlue_EyedSky April 19, 2012

Great marinade! Used for backstraps and they were delicious! I added a little brown sugar- I find it helps if the meat is a little gamey- also added some chopped onion, onion powder, and did a tablespoon of each that called for a teaspoon. Also, did not put in much water, probably just a tbsp- didn't want the meat swimming in it! Thanks for the great recipe!

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mrsteacher22 April 14, 2012

A very good marinade, using things that I had on hand! I used garlic powder instead of fresh and dried basil, but otherwise followed it exactly, and marinated the venison overnight. I'd definitely try it again with beef some time.

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mayness December 01, 2009

I used steak and baked it in the marinade. It's very good.

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mle234 October 11, 2009

This one is more on the tangy side than the sweet side. I usually like sweet marinades, but my fiance and I agreed - this is a keeper! Thanks for posting!

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Lesley G June 14, 2007

Barbecued ribeye steaks after marinating 24 hours. My sister's response? "It's the only way I ever want to eat steak! But 24 hours is key. The second time only marinated for 6 hours, very good but the third time was 24 hours and the ribeyes were fork tender.

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vltaylor September 08, 2006

Great marinade! We marinated beef in it for about 24 hours and then we let it barbecue for about two hours. The meat turned out to be very juicy an flavorful. We will definitely use this recipe again. Thanks for sharing!

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Tophondo July 27, 2006
Venison or Beef steak marinade