Beer and Brown Sugar Steak Marinade
This is a rich and sweet steak marinade recipe, which is beautiful with sirloin steak. Dark beer, teriyaki sauce, sugar, garlic and more are combined for an earthy and satisfying flavor. The beer and brown sugar steak marinade is used in different stages and the marinade is used as a basting agent while the steak cooks, to give maximum flavor.
It is important to boil the marinade thoroughly before using it to baste the meat. Even though raw steak is not dangerous like raw poultry (because cattle have a thick skin while chickens do not) it is still a good idea to boil it, since it was in contact with raw meat. Also, applying a cold mixture to the cooking meat will slow down its cooking progress because it has to warm back up again, so boil the marinade before basting.
This steak comes out rich, satisfying, and simply oozing with flavor. It goes nicely with your choice of plain boiled potatoes or boiled rice. You can use a crushed clove of garlic instead of the garlic powder if you prefer in this easy steak marinade recipe, but garlic powder is a quick and easy alternative if you have run out of fresh garlic, so it is a handy staple to have in the cupboard.
- 2 beef sirloin steaks, 16 oz each
- 2 tablespoons teriyaki sauce
- ¼ cup dark beer
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ teaspoon black pepper
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- Poke holes all over the steaks with a fork, and then put them in a big baking dish.
- Combine the sugar, teriyaki sauce, and beer and pour this sauce over the steaks.
- Let them marinate for 30 minutes.
- Sprinkle with half the salt, pepper, and garlic powder and set aside for 10 minutes.
- Preheat the grill to high.
- Turn the steaks over and sprinkle over the rest of the salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Marinate for 10 more minutes.
- Remove the steaks from the marinade and pour the marinade into a pan.
- Bring it to the boil and cook it for 5 minutes.
- Oil the grill grate and grill the steaks for 7 minutes per side or until done the way you like, basting them during the last few minutes with the boiled marinade to bring out the flavor and make them juicy.
Onion rings and steak always go beautifully together and many people automatically request onion rings when they order a meal at a steakhouse, just because of how well these two items pair. You can serve a couple of giant onion rings on top of each piece of meat, like in the picture, or serve the onion rings on the side, which is more traditional. You can see how juicy the steaks come out and part of this is down to basting the meat while it cooks. This recipe is very easy to prepare and you will love how the bold marinade flavorings work together in harmony to give a fabulous result.
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