Doreen's Steak Marinade

Doreen's Steak Marinade


"This is one of my favorite marinades when we eat red meat!"


10 m servings
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  1. In a medium bowl, mix sherry, soy sauce, vegetable oil, honey, ginger, and garlic. Marinate steaks for at least 4 hours before grilling as desired.
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  1. 105 Ratings


If I could, I would give this recipe 6 stars. It is wonderful. Did not have fresh ginger, so used ground ginger. Marinated about 6 hours and the T-Bone steaks were fork tender and great tasti...

We LOVED IT! I have been making variations of this recipe for shish kabobs for about 10 years but never had an exact recipe until now, so it always tasted different. But this time my husband and...

We really enjoyed this marinade...even my picky husband said he'd like for me to keep this on file. I used this on pork sirloin chops and let them marinate for 1-1/2 days. I used about a tsp o...

This marinade is excellent! We enjoyed it on our steak a lot. I wanted to share that this is also an INCREDIBLE marinade for ribs! We were in heaven and will never have ribs any other way...

I too changed a few things, brown sugar instead of honey, balsamic vinegar, chopped onions and garlic cloves, half veg. oil, half olive oil. Omitted Sherry altogether. Marinated a large 7lb-8l...

This marinade rocks! I used it with steak and chicken, and both turned out awesome! The first time I made it, I let the meat marinate overnight with great results. The last time I made this I...

Very good. Everyone liked it. Used it on venison. Marinaded for 6 hours.

With all the great reviews, I had to try this. I didn't care for it AT ALL!

My husband and I loved this recipe, but agreed we think it would be better on chicken. It tastes very similar to Hawaiian style teriyaki. I am going to make this again but use for chicken in t...