By Lavender Lynn on July 24, 2008
Photo by K9 Owned
Photo by K9 Owned
"This recipe was originally from All Recipes with a few changes from me."
Serving Size: 1 (106 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Made as written. This was a wonderful marinade. We really enjoyed the flavour of the ginger that came through and despite the amount of soy the meat was not too salty at all. Thanks for a lovely meal Lynn! Made for the Bistro Babes ZWT 8"
"Seriously good! I thought "that much soy sauce?", but followed the directions. I'm so glad I did! And I thought about leaving out the beer, as well. But borrowed one from my sister, as I don't drink. Again, so glad I followed directions! Will have this again, probably very soon! Thnx for posting your recipe, Lynn. Made for the Voracious Vagabonds for ZWT6."
"Hubby and Little Miss (DD) really liked the flavour of the steaks. I didn't try it, because I don't eat red meat, but they both really enjoyed it. My only suggestion I could make is carefully watch this dish when it's cooking. The sugar in the maple really caramelize the steak and could burn the outside but the middle of the steak could not be fully cooked. Served with Recipe #340079 and chopped up lettuce and organic tomato. Thank you Lavender Lynn"
"I made this exactly as directed by used venison tenderloin and a couple of small beef round steaks. Grilled them at my DS's house for a cook out and EVERYONE LOVED them. Everone wants the recipe. Made for the Dining Daredevils in ZWT5."
"This marinate well deserves a perfect score... it was delicious. Just the right balance of ingredients. The maple syrup really adds a rich flavour without being real sweet. I scaled the marinate in 1/2 and still found it plenty to flavour my beef tenderloin steaks (=32 oz). Everyone found them tasty, thanks for sharing."
"I made this last night for a very late dinner as DH was late getting home from work!! I wasn't sure how I would like the maple syrup in the marinade, but it was wonderful and I guess alot of recipes have you add brown sugar, which I find to be sweeter than the syrup. I used a good size flank steak so cut the marinade in half. I served this with baked potatoes and salad for a wonderful dinner. The meat was very tender and tasty!! Thanks Lavender Lynn for sharing the recipe. Made for PRMR!!"
"We loved this marinade! The flavors went to well together better than what we thought they would. Our steaks turned out perfect, no left overs. Since finding this recipe I have already made this again for our kids to have at their place. A must share recipe."
"I marinated my steaks overnight and then grilled them on my George Foreman grill. They came out tender and full of flavor. The maple syrup gave it a really nice taste without overpowering the other ingredients. We loved it and will have it again! Thank you!"
"We loved this marinade. DH usually likes his steak without marinade. At first I was worried that it would be too sweet with the maple syrup, but no. It was only 4 hours in the marinade. I'll try another time overnight. I'm sure it would be even better. Thanks Lynn. Made for Holiday tag"