Marinated Skirt Steak

"An incredibly easy and tasty way to do skirt steak. We've even used this steak to make fajitas."
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Ready In:


  • 2 lbs skirt steaks
  • 1 cup Italian dressing (your choice)
  • 1 cup soy sauce


  • Mix Dressing and soy sauce together.
  • Marinate skirt steak overnight or at least one hour.
  • Grill, Broil, or pan fry to desired doneness.
  • Slice across the grain and enjoy!

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  1. I added a bit of oil to this recipe to cut down on the saltiness. I also decided to add a couple cloves of garlic & some liquid smoke. A definate winner of a recipe! Give it a try!
  2. This gets 5 stars from me for the EASIEST, great tasting marinade I've tried. Marinated my skirt steaks in a plastic bag for about 2-3 hours, then broiled them in the oven 5-7 minutes each side, and they were delicious and very flavorful!! Thanks for a great recipe I will definitely use many many more times!!
  3. 5 stars for so easy and tasty! I marinated all day, and the steak was nice and tender. Have done just Italian dressing on meats before, but the soy sauce certainly adds a nice flavor.
  4. Wow, was this ever good! I marinated the steak for 3 hours, then pan-fried it in a little butter over med-hi heat for 3 minutes per side. What a great flavor the marinade gave it. Some reviewers mentioned the saltiness of the soy, but since I usually salt my steak at the table, I just left that out this time and the steak tasted perfect. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe. Everyone raved about it!
  5. could't be easier or more delicious. Steak was as tender and juicy as could be. (Did add a few strong shakes of garlic power for good measure)Marinated for about 3 hours


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