Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Kirsti's Marinated Steak

I know, I know, I'm posting two steak recipes in a row. But really, I love steak. That's hasn't always been the case, however. Growing up, I was never really a fan of steak. I would slather it in ketchup to cover up the steak flavor. That was until my mom got this recipe from her best friend, Kirsti. When I tried it, I fell back in love with steak. It's seriously my favorite marinade. And it's so easy too! Just a little bit of teriyaki sauce, a few splashes of Worcestershire, and a sprinkling of It's a Dilly (it's discontinued, but I've written a substitute below). That's it! Let it marinate for about half an hour at room temperature, or a few hours in the fridge. Then grill!

Seriously, it's that easy. Why don't you make it for dinner tonight?

Kirsti's Marinated Steak

1 lb. of your favorite cut of steak (I like tri-tip)
Teriyaki sauce
Worcestershire sauce
It's a Dilly (or 1 tbsp dill, 1 tsp garlic salt and 1 tsp onion powder)
Salt and Pepper
1. In a large rectangular glass dish, spread steak out in a single layer. Pour enough teriyaki sauce to just barely coat the bottom of the dish. Splash a little Worcestershire sauce over each piece, then sprinkle a little bit of it's a dilly. Massage marinade into steak. Let marinate for 30 min at room temp, or 1-2 hours in the fridge.
2. When ready to cook, heat a grill over med-high heat and grill until done to your liking. Or you can cook the steak the Alton Brown way.



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