8 Reviews

The marinade was delicious, but I made a reduction or steak sauce with one cup of the extra marinade using two table spoons of brown sugar about a table spoon of stone ground mustard and three table spoons of soy sauce. Compliments the very light taste with a tart zesty punch of flavor. Put all ingredients in a pan and simmer for about 15 minutes stirring frequently! Delicious.

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chefninjabear May 12, 2013

the flavor was definitly commendable... even my sister in law loved this and she hates the falvor of red wine

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breezee1984 October 07, 2007

I used this marinade on a london broil and marinated for about 7 hours. For me this did not have enough of a flavor. I even added more garlic because I like garlic. I may try this again on another cut of meat.

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Kimberlee #2 March 09, 2007

This was delicious! Husband wanted to find a marinade that did not require Worchestershire sauce. This was it! We marinaded for about 5 hours and the steaks grilled up perfectly and wonderfully tender and tasty! Thanks for sharing!

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Debloves2cook June 19, 2006

Used this this weekend on some venison steaks---wonderful! Marinated for about 5 hours. I think the key is the lemon juice red wine combo. I used fresh thyme and about 3 cloves of roasted garlic that I had in the frig. Really good marinade--thanks Susie!

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mickie49 August 01, 2005

Thanks for sharing your marinade Susie in Texas. I marinaded a roast for 2 days. It was so yummy and tender. I used roasted garlic and cayenne pepper instead of black pepper.

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Baby Kato July 31, 2005

This was a great marinade and was so easy to put together. I was only able to marinate the meat for 2 hours, but I bet with the full 6 hours you'd have the perfect strength marinade. I did add one additional clove of garlic and a bit of season salt. Delicious!

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Dine & Dish March 12, 2005
Red Wine Marinade for Beef