By diner524 on March 02, 2010
Photo by Nif
Photo by Nif
"Another recipe I marked in the TOH magazine to try. I love trying all different kinds of marinades and this sounds really different. Can also try subbing chicken for the steak. Will update once I make this for dinner."
Serving Size: 1 (287 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"A ridiculously simple marinade that produces excellent results.
I used porterhouse steaks and left them to marinade all day. Unfortunately, the weather here has been atrocious recently...so bad that even grilling undercover wasn't an option...so I pan fried my steaks. So delicious!!!
The steak was beautifully tender, and full of flavour...a pretty good payback for the five minutes I spent making up the marinade!!
Next time I will cut the marinade ratio in half, as like others, I found that it made tons!!
A great recipe that we totally enjoyed..thanks diner..another winner from you!
Made for PRMR."
"Besides the fact that I use flank steak for this (I thought I had sirloin steaks in the freezer!), I made this exactly as listed. This was very delicious and the steak was very tender. I could probably use 1/3 the amount for 1 pound, so this marinade goes a long way. This would be great with chicken, pork, even salmon! Made for Everyday's a Holiday tag game. Thanks diner! :)"
"We really liked the marinade. The steak was delicious. It made a LOT though. I was able to marinade 2 lbs of meat comfortably, with some left over. I might make a half recipe next time. The whole family and guests with a picky eater all liked this marinade. I did use low-sodium soy, and the flavor was fine-no extra salt needed."
"Wow wow wow!!! This is a super-duper marinade for steaks!! The only little change was I used olive oil in place of the veggie oil just a personal preference on oils only. This made our chuck-eye steaks super moist and full of flavor. The horseradish was just enough to help give it some bite without overwhelming any other flavors. Tagged you in Potluck Tag and boy am I glad that I did! :)"