"I created this over 20 years ago when I got tired of typical honey and teriyaki marinades. Red wine, brown mustard and herbs make this marinade unique. Play around with the ingredients to get the taste you want." — LINDA W.
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dry red wine
spicy brown mustard
dried minced onion flakes
ground black pepper
This was a nice change from the usual soy based marinades for steak. I used minced garlic vs. garlic powder and since I didn't have fines herbs I used a blend of parsley, tarragon, and marjoram. I used this on a sirloin steak and let it marinate for 10 hours. It had a nice flavor and the wine didn't overpower it. It also had a nice sweetness that came through. Overall, very good.
Very yummy variation! I marinated beef strips for stir-fry. Everyone loved it!
This was really delicious - I marinated some rump steaks in teh delicous marinade, steamed some corn cons and had side salas as well.
Delicious, I used a pre-packaged mix of sea salt and spices. I also substituted clover honey for regular honey. Delicious!
This marinade is very flavorful. I followed the recipe, but used a suggestion from a previous reviewer to not use honey. The mixture of red wine, teriyaki, and mustard was the perfect mix without any standing out too strong. It was sweet enough, so I think eliminating the honey was a good move. I used Soy Vay as my teriyaki sauce. I would definitely make this again.
Good marinade. I used fresh onion and garlic. Also, The only Teriyaki sauce I had on hand was already sweetened. I did not take that into consideration before adding the honey. Next time I will use unsweetened Teriyaki or cut the honey considerably. All in all a good recipe. Cooks error with the sweetness. Thanks
I marindaded the meat for 10 hours....not bad, but could have used a little more wine. I also used Dijon mustard since I didn't have any spice brown which made a good substitute.
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