Recipe by kelsey
"This marinade is delicious. I was just messing around in the kitchen and came up with this! Enjoy!"
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I used it on shrimp but I added a few things to make it tastier; soy sauce, minced garlic & juice of half a lemon, yummy
This was okay. Definitely needs salt - maybe even Soy Sauce. It might be better as a chicken marinade too.
This marinade was fantastic! I marinaded it for at least 4 hours and our chicken came out so juicy and delicious. We out it on the grill with some BBQ sauce for a little extra kick
This was simple and yumm-ishous. Used juice from canned pineapple (had that on hand) and grilled the rings. Also used 1/3 of splenda brown sugar and Veggie Oil rather than olive oil. Be aware that with all this sugar it could burn faster on your BBQ. Try same recipe with fresh Lime Juice! THANK YOU!
I think this is great! Quick & Simple. I did add a little minced garlic and some crushed black pepper to it. I thought my steak turned out great.
Loved this simple marinade. used it on chicken and then grilled the chicken breasts! Easy and delicious
Very easy and yummy! What I liked best was it adds flavor but is mild enough to allow the flavor of a good steak to shine through. Thank you!
Just the smell of the marinade was amazing enough, but it was perfect on the steak. I matched it with grilled pineapple and a nice glass of pinot gris.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yummy Pineapple Beef Steak Marinade
Serving Size: 1/14 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 14
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 46
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