Beef Teriyaki

"I got this recipe from the Campbell's site. I add my own stuff when making the marinade as well, so play around with different amounts and spices."
 
Beef Teriyaki created by diner524
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1hr 40mins
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  • Freeze meat 1 hour to firm (makes slicing easier); slice into very thin strips.
  • Combine remaining ingredients; pour over steak.
  • Marinate 2 hours or more.
  • Thread meat on 4 skewers.
  • Broil or Grill about 4 inches from heat until desired doneness (5-10 minutes),
  • brushing with marinade and turning once.
  • Heat remaining marinade; thicken if desired. Serve with meat and rice.
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  1. Michelle_My_Belle
    I used this on chicken, the flavor was sort of light, but im guessing thats because it was chicken and not the beef that the recipe was intended for, all and all we liked it, but ill try it on beef next time to try and get a fuller flavor
     
  2. bmcnichol
    This was really good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I used 6 round steaks that weighed about a pound and a half total. The only thing I would do different is marinade longer then two hours. I would marinade all day instead so the wonderful flavor would permeate the meat more.
     
  3. SweetsLady
    Super easy and delicious! WE marinated for several hours. I used regular onions instead of green as I didn't have green. It came out wonderfully! Thanks for the recipe, Color Guard Mom!
     
  4. diner524
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  5. diner524
    Wow!!! This is so quick to put together and yet so flavourful!!! I didn't marinade it very long, just about 2-3 hours and it still tasted wonderful. I used regular diced onions, as I had to chop up one for two other recipes, in place of the green onions. I brushed on the marinade several times while grilling, in order to really cook in the flavor. I didn't heat the leftover, was so tasty without the sauce. I served it with a pierogi casserole and green beans. Thanks for a great recipe Color Guard Mom!!
     
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