Steak Marinade

Steak Marinade


"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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  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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  1. 82 Ratings


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...

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 everyth...

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....

Hubby insists that this is out of this world and deserves a 5. This is a very good marinade, but only if you like barbecue sauce on your steaks. I agree with another reviewer that I think that t...

I recently tried this marinade because it was one of the top rated steak marinades on this site. What I was most worried about was that this marinade would have a heavy A-1 Sauce flavoring...a...

I Marinated the steaks all day. I then washed off the marinade and sprayed olive oil on the steaks and used Montreal steak seasoning on each side as we grilled them.....Fabulous.

Everyone who had steak with this marinade loved it!! could not stop talking about it the whole meal and I won't eat steak without it ever again.

Very tasty marinade! Good on chicken thighs and shrimp as well! Do NOT need to add salt. The soy sauce is salty enough.

I loved this recipe! I forgot marinade at the store also and this worked out great. I used two tablespoons of canola oil and two tablespoons of redwine vineger instead of the redwine vineger sal...