Recipe by rosidaisy
"These steaks are flavored with a Caribbean-style marinade."
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1 fluid ounce
ground black pepper
fresh lemon juice
6 (8 ounce)
beef top sirloin steaks
They were pretty good! I probably would have marinated the steaks a little longer-even overnight-so the flavor runs through the entire steak. But the marinade is delicious! Thank you!
I didn't have any rum so I tried using a little coconut flavoring with a little water to add liquid to the mixture. This just wasn't a flavor that my southern family liked. We'll save the coconut for the cakes! :)
My family loves this one... and that is 6 people ages 3 to 40. That's a thumbs up here. I do agree, the longer you marinate it the more flavor that comes out. I have to admit we didn't have any coconut rum in the house so we used regular rum and some pina colada mixer and it worked well. I also used lime juice not lemon because we love lime in this house. Thanks so much for sharing this.
I doubled the recipe of marinade for 2 1/2 hours and it was fantastic, I also used the rum I had on hand, but added 2 tsp. of coconut milk I had frozen in the freezer from another recipe! Delicious!
That was pretty darn good. I marinated for about 5 hours. I tossed some kale and mushrooms in the pan with the steak. voilà...dinner
Excellent! I marinated the steak about 2 hours and grilled it rather than pan frying it.
This was very good. Everyone here loved it. Thanks for sharing.
This was easy to make and tasted great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Caribbean Beef Loin Steaks
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 208
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