"Simple ingredients like molasses, ketchup and ginger come together to create a delicious marinade for steak. It's also great on pork and chicken." — Heather
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chopped fresh thyme
ground black pepper
distilled white vinegar
hot pepper sauce, or to taste
I had some inexpensive cuts of steak to BBQ so we used this recipe, tenderized them, and let marinate over night. Cooked them the next evening. The steaks came out tender and delicious! With this marinade you do not need any added BBQ sauce. We will use this one often since I always have these few ingredients on hand. Only thing I changed is I added fresh ginger and garlic.
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I thought this was just all right. It's the only marinade recipe I could find that I had all the ingredients for. I'm not too keen on molasses, and I found the molasses flavour to be very strong, the powdered ginger measurement could also be reduced. Molasses is also a little tricky when grilling because it burns very quickly. Not sure if I'll use this one again.
Quite tasty! I let the steaks marinate for more than 24 hours and used the leftover sauce to baste while they were on the grill. It gives the meat a tangy taste without it being overpowering. I also used the fresh garlic. Give it a try, you'll like it.
Okay, but nothing special. Burns easily, especially with a thick steak.
1 out of 4 people in my house of steak lovers liked this.
This marinade was OK, nothing I can say either good or bad, just OK.
It was pretty good. I cut the pepper in half and used a few dashes of Cayenne because I had no hot sauce. I used it on sirloin kebabs. The sweetness would have suited pork just as well.
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