Recipe by Michelle
"Wonderful for steaks! Hope you find this as tasty as my family does!"
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This was very good and the best part is it didn't take long which was good because I didn't plan my marinade much in advance. Good for a thrown together steak dinner.
Avery good marinade, I did substitute lime for the lemon, though any citrus fruit slices would be a welcomed variance. I also let stand in the mairnade for 30 minutes before refridgerating, it seemed to help tenderize the meat. Thanks for the recipe..
I let the beef marinade for 4+ hours - everybody really liked it. I didn't have a lemon, so I used about 1 tsp lemon juice instead. Will definitely use again!
I am usuall not a big fan of steak. However, this marinade was excellent! The best!
This marinade was spectacular!!!! Although, I can't bring myself to marnade my steak for only one hour, so I left out the lemon slices to cut down on acidity, and marinaded the meat for 24 hours. The wine flovour really came through.
Good recipe! I used a cheap piece of beef and did it at the last minute. Turned out nice.
Definitely will use this recipe again! My husband didn't even put A-1 on his steak! He was very pleased with the flavoring.
Marinated for about an hour in glass pyrex and then grilled the petite steaks. Definitely made the steaks very tender, but did not impart alot of flavor other than the red wine. I would suggest using fresh garlic, increasing the soy and allowing it to marinate longer. Or, if you like the flavor of just red wine, skip the other steps and just use the wine!
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