Steak Marinade

Steak Marinade

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"I made this marinade one day when I forgot to buy it at the store. It's quick and real easy to make."

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Directions

  1. In a small, nonporous bowl, combine the barbecue sauce, steak sauce, red wine vinegar salad dressing, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, garlic and salt and pepper to taste.
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BLUE BELLE
9/1/2003

This was very tasty after marinating for just a couple of hours. I didn't have red wine vinegar salad dressing -- so substituted with a mix of red wine vinegar and canola oil. Great way to use things I already had on hand. A keeper!

Jillian
6/28/2010

Excellent marinade! My husband loves A1 so I gave this a try. I used a combination of red wine vinegar and olive oil instead of salad dressing and dijon for the prepared mustard. I put everything into a ziploc bag and let it marinate overnight. It turned sirloin into a very tender and delicious cut of meat. I would definitely try this on chicken just to see what happens...

Navy_Mommy
9/1/2003

I miss read the recipe and put in red wine vinegar rather than red wine vinegar salad dressing. It still turned out okay. I have to say I think it would be better on chicken than steak though. The BBQ sauce taste was a little too over powering for me. I will probably try it on chicken though. I think that has real potential.