Grilled Marinated Sirloin Steak Recipe Reviews
grilled marinated sirloin steak:
"I had some friends over for supper and tried this recipe for the steaks I was preparing. They were a big success. Everyone commented on how tender and flavorful they were."
"These were great. I ended up marinating them overnight. I didn't heat up the sauce since that scares me with the raw meat sitting in the sauce that I wouldn't cook it long enough. I didn't think it needed a sauce anyway. The wife loved it too."
"Simple steak recipe . . . even I can follow it. The marinade made it more tender and gave it a little extra flavor."
"I added a pinch of Cayenne pepper because I like to add a little heat. I used New York strips and marinated them for 2 hours."
"Yes, this marinade can be used for any steak. The vinegar is the acid in this marinade that will do the tenderizing so round steak would also work. If you see a marinade without an acid (vinegar, citrus juice, etc) it will only add flavor without tenderizing."
"Would this recipe be OK to use for Rib-Eye or T-bone steaks? Would it help round steak be more tender?"
"I just whipped up this marinade and have the steaks in it for tonight. Now, if only the sun would shine while I am grilling them, it'll be the perfect evening."
"Great grilled steak. I didn't boil up the marinade to use as a sauce but the steak didn't really need it. It was good on its own."
"The marinade is great on this steak - will make this one again!"