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    I got a couple steaks tonite and was wondering what a good marinade. They are beef lion top sirloin. If you have anything good post it up.

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    to keep it simple...Beer man...works amazing...

    and if you wanna go a lil more fancy...Worschchchsure sauce, with a lil rooster brand hot sauce in the mix...set it overnight and you are good to go...

    I also love to marinate in strait up Teriyaki Sauce man...

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    the only beer i have is black label so i don't want to wreck the meat with that.

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    Originally posted by ramminghard
    the only beer i have is black label so i don't want to wreck the meat with that.


    Any kind of beer, italian dressing, seasoning salt, teriyaki, pretty much anything. Be creative and see what you can come up with.

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    A friend of mine gave coke a try. Not sure how it turned out though.

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    Not marinade, but salt and pepper both sides!!! mmmmmmmm
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    Cattle boys bbq sauce. I use this to marinade everything before it hits the bbq.

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    BBQ sauce, worchestire sauce, and teriyaki are all great but you also gotta throw a little Montreal steak spice on those bad boys.

    That combined with one of the said sauces, leave it for at least an hour or so and DAMN you'll have a mouth watering steak!

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    well i used the black label anyways along with some worchestershire(sp?) and pepper. It will spend the night in the fridge. Will post results tomorrow!

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    Originally posted by D'z Nutz
    A friend of mine gave coke a try. Not sure how it turned out though.
    thats one of my marinades "coke and bbq sauce"

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    so does any kind of beer goes well with steak?? or is there a certain brand that goes especially well??

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    i am using black label which is about $6 for a six pack. Not the greatest beer out there.

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    well, i may be a vegetarian, but if you buy good steak, you shouldn't need any marinade or sauce - the taste of the dead cow should be enough

    If you do want to marinade, you need a lighter sauce and something with oil in it to absorb into the meat. BBQ sauces and things like Coke, will add a lot of sugar to the meat which will cause the meat to burn easier due to the sugar caramilizing with the diraect heat of a barbeque. If you make a "marinade" like this, save it to brush on after your steak is done how you want it. Sugar is not a good thing to add to steak since you generally cook it at medium to medium high temperatires for shorter periods of time. It is a good thing to add to slower cooking meats like ribs and roasts where temperature isn't as much of a factor.

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    Originally posted by core_upt
    well, i may be a vegetarian, but if you buy good steak, you shouldn't need any marinade or sauce - the taste of the dead cow should be enough

    If you do want to marinade, you need a lighter sauce and something with oil in it to absorb into the meat. BBQ sauces and things like Coke, will add a lot of sugar to the meat which will cause the meat to burn easier due to the sugar caramilizing with the diraect heat of a barbeque. If you make a "marinade" like this, save it to brush on after your steak is done how you want it. Sugar is not a good thing to add to steak since you generally cook it at medium to medium high temperatires for shorter periods of time. It is a good thing to add to slower cooking meats like ribs and roasts where temperature isn't as much of a factor.


    but i ant no veg!!

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    good steaks dont need to be marinated

    tenderloin or nothing... just dusted with Hy's seasoning salt

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    Montreal steak spice, a little olive oil and dijon mustard....

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    I never marinate steaks, just Montreal Spice, brush on garlic butter, and some bbq sauce depending on the cut and grill away.
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    Originally posted by ZorroAMG
    Montreal steak spice, a little olive oil and dijon mustard....

    OOOOOOO Look at the high roller...Dijon Mustard...not Grey Pupon Zorro?? j/k Bro...

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    Originally posted by ZorroAMG
    Montreal steak spice, a little olive oil and dijon mustard....

    Originally posted by Ben
    I never marinate steaks, just Montreal Spice, brush on garlic butter, and some bbq sauce depending on the cut and grill away.

    montreal steak spice is da bomb!

    i use montreal steak spice, a little bit of seasme oil, salt / pepper and grill, during the grilling proccess i put this western bbq sauce on it.

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    Default Re: Steak Marinade

    Originally posted by ramminghard
    They are beef lion top sirloin.
    Those will NEED some serious marinating.

    - Soy Sauce
    - Red Wine
    - Pinapple Juice
    - Ketchup
    - Beer
    - Coke
    - Chopped Garlic (LOTS)
    - Salt
    - Ground Pepper
    - Chopped Onion (or Onion Flakes)

    Any combination of the above will work.

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