Salt breaks down uncooked proteins in a process that also tenderizes raw meat. Salt initially draws moisture out of the meat, but the denatured proteins reabsorb the moisture quickly thereafter, yielding a succulent, seasoned steak. Wet brining is the ideal technique to infuse the steak with flavorful liquid ingredients, particularly well-suited to...
Morton's Steakhouse Marinade - recipe from the famous steakhouse. Garlic, thyme, cayenne pepper, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, oil, lime juice, salt and pepper. This makes THE BEST steaks EVER! I cleaned my plate, and I never do that! Seriously, the best steak I've ever eaten - better than any restaurant!
Copycat Texas Roadhouse Steak Rub _ Who loves enjoying summer with a big juicy steak?! WE DO. For years it seems, Mark and I had been trying to find the perfect steak marinate or dry rub. Finally- we ended up buying some dry rub from the Texas Roadhouse. Since then, it’s all we’ve used. Except now we just make it at home- Score!
Jack's Ultimate Steak Marinade - steaks marinated in red wine, chili sauce, red wine vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, onion, garlic, salt, pepper and a bay leaf. This marinade is seriously delicious! Our new go-to marinade. TONS of great flavor!!
Best Steak Marinade in Existence - Allrecipes.com This marinade tastes yummy but is not overpowering. You can still taste the natural flavor of the meat. I used top sirloin steaks and did not put the marinade in the blender. I just put everything in a ziplock bag. We cooked ours to medium doneness on the grill (about 5 min. each side).