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This is a tangy, fruity, great steak marinade recipe, which is simple to make. The steak needs to marinate for twenty-four hours for the steak marinade ingredients to flavor the steak properly, so use a cheaper cut of steak because such a long marinating time will ruin an expensive steak. If you only have a tender cut then give it twenty to thirty minutes in the marinade and no more.
The soy sauce and sugar in this delicious steak marinade recipe give a sweet Asian flavor, which go nicely with the spicy and fruity tones. The onion and garlic add a stronger flavor to cut through the fruit and sweetness and balance the steak marinade recipe out nicely. The bay leaves add a very faint flavor to the marinade but this fortifies the delicious overall taste instead of being overwhelmed by the bolder-tasting ingredients.
Because of the Asian influence on the flavor, you can serve the finished steak with noodles or rice if you choose to, else it is just as tasty with classic Western side dishes like baked potatoes, onion rings, fries or coleslaw. It is entirely up to you. If you are cooking for a group, you can even offer a selection of sides so each person can take when he or she likes best.
½ cup pineapple juice
2 bay leaves
½ teaspoon ginger
⅓ cup brown sugar
⅓ cup soy sauce
⅓ cup oil
2 garlic cloves, crushed
1 tablespoon minced onion
Combine the ingredients and let the steak marinate for 24 hours.
Discard the marinade.
Grill the steaks until they are done, let them stand for 10 minutes to make them easier to cut and then slice the steak thinly and serve.
These thick, juicy steaks look so good you can almost smell their unmistakable aroma through the screen. The addition of grill-marks makes them look even more tempting, and you can see a range of suggested side dishes in the background. This recipe is simple to follow, although the steak needs to marinate for a day so this is one meal you are going to have to plan in advance. Let the steak marinade in a Ziploc bag set in a dish, or in a covered glass container, on the bottom shelf of your refrigerator, flipping it over occasionally.