Unique Steak Marinade Ideas To Try

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Having the perfect steak is more than just cooking it properly. What you do to prep the steak is key to achieving the ideal cook and flavor. Yes, I’m talking about the process of marinating. Marinating is basically soaking your steak cuts in flavorful concoctions. The seasoning shall penetrate the meat and provide flavoring throughout the steak. There are different steak marinades to choose from. It’s all about what culinary experience you want to achieve. Here are a few of the best steak marinade ideas:

Red Wine Marinade

Unique Steak Marinade Ideas
Unique Steak Marinade Ideas

This is a perfect marinade because red wine goes perfectly with red meat. Red wine can also tenderize the steak so that you won’t have a chewy slab of meat. To make this, mix ¾ cup of red wine, ½ cup of olive oil, one tablespoon of lemon juice, some salt, and some pepper. Place the marinade in an airtight Ziploc bag along with your steak. Place this is the fridge from about thirty minutes to six hours. Leave it longer if you want a sharper wine flavor.

Garlic and Herb Marinade

Unique Steak Marinade Ideas
Unique Steak Marinade Ideas

This marinade is perfect for grilled steaks. It gives a natural flavor from the herbs. It is perfect with a glass of wine. All you need to do is to mix some olive oil, rosemary, oregano, thyme, basil, sea salt, and ground black pepper. You can also add any herb of your choice. Place the marinade in a Ziploc bag, along with your steak. Refrigerate for at least thirty minutes before cooking.

Ginger Soy Marinade

Unique Steak Marinade Ideas
Unique Steak Marinade Ideas

Stray out of the ordinary and try a steak with Asian flavors. This steak marinade has a strong punch from the rice wine vinegar and hints of ginger. The intense flavor is balanced out by some honey.

All you need is a quarter cup of low sodium soy sauce, some rice wine vinegar, a third of a cup of olive oil, a tablespoon of raw honey, four cloves of garlic, minced, and a tablespoon of minced ginger. Mix everything in an airtight Ziploc bag and soak the steak in for about thirty minutes to six hours.

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