There's a steak marinade that will enhance every cut of meat. From a Mustard-Marinated Flank Steak to a Teriyaki T-Bone, discover your favorites by trying several steak marinade recipes.See Popular Marinated Steak Recipes
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Juicy, tender steak marinated and basted with a garlic-laced Pace® Picante Sauce comes from the grill sizzling with flavor. Serve this steak with additional Pace® Picante Sauce and collect the compliments!
Here's a hearty salad that's sure to satisfy...it's like an upscale taco salad made with grilled marinated skirt steak served over lettuce with cheese, tomatoes, and olives.
Your dinner or picnic crowd will go wild for this speedy, satisfying and antioxidant-packed steak and kale salad.
Make this recipe gluten-free by swapping tamari for the soy sauce.
This peppery beef dish includes a warm potato, tomato, and bacon side salad.
Loaded with beef sirloin steak, bacon, avocado, cheese, and more, this salad won't leave you hungry!
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.
Lots of fresh lemon add flavor to this low fat, super-lean flank steak dinner. Serve it with a side of grilled or steamed vegetables.
To naturally tenderize a lean cut of meat like flank steak, score and marinate it before grilling.
Serve these Asian-marinated shell steaks on a bed of spaghetti and green beans.
Meaty ribeye steaks are marinated in cherry juice concentrate, garlic, and rosemary and then grilled to perfection in this main-dish recipe.
A trio of grilled pineapple slices, plums, and nectarines make a meal out of this Asian-flavored steak main dish recipe.
Make this full-bodied reduction with wine, vinegar, soy sauce, coffee granules, Worcestershire sauce, and pepper to add low-calorie flavor to your steak.
Grilled onions gives this spicy steak sandwich a milder, sweeter flavor. Serve for either lunch or dinner.
Jean-Georges Vongerichten loves to cook beef tenderloin sous vide--a restaurant technique that home cooks can easily replicate by simmering the steaks in a resealable plastic freezer bag at a low temperature (a thermometer is essential).