Recipe by DOMENICI
"It took many experiments for this one. I have finally perfected a marinade that will make your mouth thirst for more."
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Italian-style salad dressing
garlic pepper seasoning
beef sirloin tip steaks
This recipe was really tasty and easy. I made the marinade, put the steak tips in a crock pot poured over the marinade and cooked for 5 hours. The tips were falling apart and the marinade made a great flavor. I served over egg noodles. I will definately make this again. Thanks for the recipe.
We thought this was pretty good. I didn't have garlic pepper, so used 1/2 tsp of granulated garlic and 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper. Served with Roasted New Potatoes & Sugar Snap Peas with Mint, each from this website. Thanks for sharing your recipe, Deanna!
Delicious! Have tried this MANY times, and it is wonderful, especially when cooked over charcoal with mesquite wood chips. You can actually reduce the recipe by half (but keep 2 lbs of beef) and put the tips into a zippered freezer bag. Then you can make a whole bunch and freeze what you're not ready to cook yet. Also, the type of salad dressing and barbecue sauce make a big difference! Try with your favorite brands first, and then go from there. I've found some salad dressings to be too salty. Finally, add 1 tsp of meat tenderizer to shorten the marinade time and make the beef deliciously tender.
I converted this into a crockpot recipe by making about 2/3 of the marinade, but cutting the Wor. sauce way down, to only about a teaspoon (because of the salt) and adding about 1/4 cup water. I used some round steaks and poured the sauce over them, added a small sliced red onion and a small bag of baby carrots. Cooked everything all day on low. Thickened the liquid at the end with a flour/water slurry, and served this with Garlic Red Mashed Potatoes and toasted Challah bread and butter. Good and really easy!
Easy and delicious! I cut the recipe in half for a pound of sirloin. I used Kraft light italian dressing and Bull's Eye BBQ sauce. I didn't have garlic pepper seasoning so I used minced garlic and a couple dashes of Montreal Steak seasoning. I poked the steak a few times with a fork and placed everything into a ziploc bag and let it marinate all day. I turned it a few times during the marinating process. I definitely recommend marinating longer than an hour for optimum results.
I found a package of Sirloin Broil in my freezer last night. I had no idea what Sirloin Broil even was, let alone what to do with it! So, I typed in Sirloin Broil in the ingredient browser and read through the recipes. I came across this one and oh my goodness I am so glad I did!! Simple ingredients worked magic on the steaks. I lessened the amount of ingredients used only because the steaks I had weren't very big. I threw the marinade in a ziptop bag as well as a touch of meat tenderizer because I wasn't sure what cut of meat I was working with, tossed in my steaks, squished it all around, and set it in the fridge. When I got home from work 8 hours later, took the steaks out of the fridge, let it rest on the counter for about a half hour to come to room temperature and threw 'em on the grill. This recipe is outstanding, and it will be a favorite in my household!! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe :)
This is one of the best steak tip marinade recipes I have ever tasted. This recipe has been requested by many family members, friends, and
co-workers. Everone loves it!
I wasn't sure what sirloin tips were so I bought 2 beautiful sirloin steaks (2.5lbs) for this recipe, then cut them into kabob pieces myself. We marinated the chunks overnight (made the recipe as written, except I subbed 1t garlic powder and 1t pepper for the garlic pepper, plus I added 1t of meat tenderizer per Zipporah) and grilled them along with Unbelievable Chicken Marinade kabobs for our first family BBQ. Everyone raved!! My father-in-law even asked for both recipes... a definite first! So easy!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Steak Tip Marinade
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 134
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