There's no shortage of recipes for beef marinades. Try a few beef marinades to find one that's right for you and suits your entire family's taste.See Popular Beef Marinades Recipes
Try this smoky marinade on meat or poultry.
Use this citrus and herb marinade on meat, poultry, or fish.
This culinary masterpiece features marinated whole beef tenderloin in the lead role, grilled crusty brown and superbly seasoned on the outside. Slice into it and find melt-in-your-mouth tenderness and flavor that sets the gold standard for grilled beef.
This classic jerky gets a double dose of peppery flavor from both cracked peppercorns in the marinade and coarsely ground peppercorns on top.
This spicy, golden marinade, with a splash of sweet honey, is delicious used on pork, chicken, lamb, or beef.
Close your eyes, take a bite, and you feel like you're in The Islands!
At the restaurant, Mark Sullivan marinates bavette (flank steak) in a blend of 12 Moroccan spices. At home, you can replace the bavette with juicy hanger steak, which is less expensive. Skip the spice blend; instead, boost the flavor of the meat by marinating it in garlic, cumin and olive oil.
Serve these sweet, whiskey-bathed steaks at your next cookout. They're easy and delectable!
Top this steak recipe with shredded romaine, slivered onion, and jalapeno slices. If Texas toast is unavailable, use any thick-sliced white bread.
Beef brisket is slow cooked in a savory beer and mushroom sauce to make this sandwich. Serve it with your favorite barbecue sauce.
A trio of grilled pineapple slices, plums, and nectarines make a meal out of this Asian-flavored steak main dish recipe.
For a special occasion, serve this recipe for slow-roasted tender roast beef, marinaded up to 24 hours in red wine, oil, herbs, and sauces from the pantry or fridge.
Marinades offer a tasty method of imparting flavor to chicken, pork, beef, and seafood. This herb-based version adds a burst of garlic too.
Marinated beef tenderloin steak, sausage, and shrimp take on a romantic touch when skewered and grilled. For a Valentine's Day menu, note how the shrimp face each other in a heart shape.
A perfect kabob for the meat-and-potato lover. The marinade, based on a red wine vinegar and oil salad dressing, is deliciously easy to prepare.