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Fruity flavors work with many meat recipes. Cranberries go with turkey, for example, and pineapple is nice with ham. Apple goes with pork and also with beef steak. In fact, plenty of easy steak marinades feature fruity flavors and not just because citrus breaks down tough steak fibers, but also because the fruit adds to the appeal of the meat, bringing out its meatiness even more by adding a gently sweet and fruity contrast.
In this recipe, lime juice and apple juice are mixed with apple cider vinegar, garlic, beer, BBQ sauce and more for a sweet, sticky and very fruit steak marinade which is going to thrill anyone lucky enough to visit you during grilling season.
Serve this flavorful apple cider steak marinade recipe with something like mashed potatoes and a salad to make a classic dish, or with colorful grilled vegetables if you prefer. Actually, it is versatile enough to be served with many different accompaniments, so pick out whatever you like. This juicy steak marinade is one you are sure to enjoy and you will certainly want to make it more than once because it has such a spectacular flavor and is so simple to prepare.
¼ cup soy sauce
½ cup Worcestershire sauce
½ cup lime juice
½ cup apple juice
¼ cup BBQ sauce
12 oz beer
Salt and black pepper
1 tablespoons onion powder
1 clove garlic, crushed
½ cup oil
1 cup apple cider vinegar
Combine everything well and marinate your steak for 3 to 6 hours, then grill over a high heat it until the steak is done to your liking.
Presenting the cooked steak with an assortment of colorful vegetables is always a great idea, since this introduces plenty of color into the dish, as well as all the nutrients vegetables offer. In the photo you can see brightly-colored carrots and tomatoes, and you can also just make out some broccoli, yellow bell pepper and a green onion. Coat your vegetables in oil and cook them on the grill alongside the steak. You can get special grilling baskets for any small vegetables to stop them falling through the grate, or you can wrap them in aluminum foil pouches, although they will miss out on the grill smoke that way.