By LARavenscroft on August 08, 2007
Photo by magpie diner
Photo by magpie diner
"I'm not really sure where I got this recipe. It's written in my handwriting on a 3x5 card that's stained with soy sauce. This makes a good marinade for beef or pork."
Serving Size: 1 (337 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"The best marinade for a london broil on the grill. Marinated overnight and use a jicardi to tenderize. I am so happy you posted the receipt I've been using for years. Thanks."
"Quick and easy and you've always got these items on hand. I made half the batch and then used it with 1 package of medium tofu, marinated for a few hours and then baked, still in the marinade. Worked out beautifully. If you're worried about the amount of sodium, you could cut back the soy a bit and it would still taste great. Made for 'I Recommend' tag."
"I used to make this marinade when I was still living with parents before marriage. Would use venison steaks and feed them to DH(then boy friend)Lost the recipe and have tried to find it everywhere for the last several years. SO glad you posted !!! This is THE Best marinade!!!!!!!!!!!!"
"Oh Thank Goodness! I have been using this marinade for years and was coming to see it was posted. It is great for a chicken and pork. My recipe came off of a bottle of La Choy Soy Sauce."
"Very very good ! We had it with some roasted pork, and it couldn't of been better. A keeper here . Made for Gimme 5 !"
"awsome so easy to make and so much flavor. I marinated pork and it was fantastic. I only had chilli flakes so i used them instead of red pepper. I marinated it from the night before. Made for RECIPE SWAP #29 - June 2009."
"Lori this was an awesome marinade that we will be using often. Ran late getting home so I only marinated the round steak slices for about 30 minutes. DH grilled them and brushed on the marinade while cooking. I didnt have red pepper so we added a couple pinches of red pepper flakes. The soy sauce, a bit of kick from the red pepper flakes, a little sweetness from the brown sugar, and the lemon juice boosting the flavors even more. Thank you so much for posting this recipe hon! Served with Lori's Recipe #244738 and sweet corn. Made and reviewed for Spring 2009 Pick A Chef."
"I let marinate only a few hours cause I made it too late. It was still good but I know it would have been better overnight (which I'll try another time). Thanks :) Made for 123 hit wonders."
"My family LOVED this marinade! We experimented using it with tofu and it was a big hit. After letting it sit in the marinade overnight we steamed it in the marinade about 5 minutes and then dumped the marinade and lightly fried in the pan with only a little oil. Ate it with Recipe #282832. We'll be using this marinade again. Thanks! Made for Newest Zaar Tag 2008."