Steak Grilling

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Postby Todah Tear » Tue Jul 13, 2010 11:47 pm

S. Heisley wrote:Ribeye :thumbsup: :yes:

On tougher cuts, I've used something as simple as Italian salad dressing to tenderize it. When buying a tougher cut, look for the ones with the most fat marbling, too.


I called my sister the other day and she said that she marinates her steaks in vinaigrette salad dressing (vinaigrette: A cold sauce or dressing made of vinegar or lemon juice and oil, often flavored with finely chopped onions, herbs, and other seasonings - like my men . :lol: [...just teasing kennyrayanderson and his salt n pepper comment])

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Postby caseydog » Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:00 pm

Todah Tear wrote:
S. Heisley wrote:Ribeye :thumbsup: :yes:

On tougher cuts, I've used something as simple as Italian salad dressing to tenderize it. When buying a tougher cut, look for the ones with the most fat marbling, too.


I called my sister the other day and she said that she marinates her steaks in vinaigrette salad dressing (vinaigrette: A cold sauce or dressing made of vinegar or lemon juice and oil, often flavored with finely chopped onions, herbs, and other seasonings - like my men . :lol: [...just teasing kennyrayanderson and his salt n pepper comment])

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Any marinade with vinegar (acid) will help tenderize a tougher cut of steak, like sirloin.

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Postby mikeschn » Wed Jul 14, 2010 4:35 pm

Just one way to grill it!!!


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Postby Laredo » Fri Jul 16, 2010 1:42 am

I find this marinade will make it possible to get good flavor with even tougher beef (bottom round steak):

2 cups lime juice
1 tbsp liquid mesquite smoke
3 tbsp soy sauce
3/4 cup honey


That's the base of it. You can add spice to suit yourself, but don't add salt -- it will toughen the meat.

The lime juice acts a bit like vinegar, I reckon. (You can likely sub in lemon juice if you want, but I think the lime has better flavor.)

Use a recipe of that for every 3 lb of meat; pour the mixed marinade in a gallon zipper-lock bag, add the steak, press out the excess air and seal.
Let stand in the fridge (turn every 3-4 hours) up to 24 hours.
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