Wednesday, May 13, 2009

YUM!!!!!!!


First let me say that I found this picture online posted at the Boston Phoenix. It is not the tips I made, but looks just like them! (Ok, I didn't take time to take the picture before we ate them).

Last week on a local radio station, WCOD the two morning DJ's raved about a steak tip marinade that they had made. They posted on their site. I decided to try it on Mother's Day. I love steak and can never find the perfect recipe. This is as perfect as I have ever had!!! I bought all of the ingredients and let it marinate more than 24 hours before we cooked it. I cooked 7 steak strips/tips and Rich ate 5 of them. (I had one and saved the other to add to my salad for lunch the next day.) Last night at dinner Rich proclaimed that the recipe is now our new "house blend".

I am posting it here to share with you.

Dan and Stephanie's Summertime Steak tip Marinade

1 Bottle Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce

1 cup Fat Free Italian Dressing

2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

2 tbsp A-1

2 tbsp soy sauce

1 Zip lock bag-Freezer size

Marinate tip in sauce for 6hrs flip bag and Marinate 6 more...even if you don't have time to marinate that long they are just as good on the fly!


Enjoy!

take care,
Dawn

7 comments:

Beverly said...

Thanks for the recipe, but I do believe I'll just come for dinner. ;-)

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

The recipe sounds so good. Thanks for sharing!

Judi said...

Oh that sounds like a hit! I love ribs and all those ingredients in it!
Yummy…I will definitely give it a try..
Have a lovely day..
I hope your rains have stopped and the weather is good and warm.
Our weather is really sunny but just a little cool.
Have a great day
Judi

Debi said...

Oh Dawn, you're killing me! I decided to join Annie in meat-free living, but you're making me have second thoughts with that photo. ;)

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Dawn; Your Marinade sounds really yummy yum... I will have to give it a go some time... Thanks for sharing.

Hugs
Alaura

Kim's Treasures said...

Do these ever look yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Oh boy,this sounds like a keeper.