This quick and simple steak marinade is made sweet, tangy and rich with brown sugar, red wine, soy sauce, honey, spices and herbs.
This was excellent. I have been buying marinated steak tips at The Meat House and this marinade is very close in taste to their's. I used red wine vinegar instead of garlic vinegar, and added a bit of kosher salt. I also used a little less brown sugar. It was FABULOUS. - 29 Dec 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
WOW!!! I love this recipe. My boyfriend and I used it for Flank Steak with a side of cheddar grits with scallions and sauteed snow peas. Best meal but the marinade made it sooo yummy! thanks for sharing what will be a recipe forever! - 14 Feb 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This was a lot of ingredients! I didn't have flank steak so I used a 1" think slice of equally tough meat. I used a hand emulsion blender to grind it together. Just make sure that you do not cook the meat in the house as I did the first time. The meat will steam in the marinade and then burn in the pan becoming bitter tasting from the sugar in marinades. It makes clean-up a pain to. On the grill it worked fine, the next time, although I was hoping for a more juicy aftertaste. But, I guess when you start with a tough cut of meat marinades can only do so much. It did have a really nice smell on the grilll though, and the people I served it to seemed to like it. - 24 Aug 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)