31 July 2011

Grilled Teriyaki Steak Tips


This post is short ... and sweet, kinda like these shortened steak tips.

Cathy, my friend, has a marinade that is so simple and easy that it would be sinful not to pass it on to you. I was extremely busy this past week - travelling across interstate lines for a family bash, making a Daring Bakers' challenge, and tending two kittens and two dogs that are going through cultural clash (if ya know what I mean!). Still, a girl and her man have to eat (if ya know what I mean!).So, Cathy's marinade was just what I needed.

I threw the marinade together and soaked the tips overnight. When I got back from the flying trip (very late at night) I was able to relax and sleep in, dawdle a bit during the day with the animals and know that dinner was set. Whacked up a few potatoes for roasting, steamed veg from the garden and dinner was ... on. the. table.

When you make them, don't forget a nice red wine. Cheers!

Steak Tips Teriyaki

One day before you want to have the tips, make the marinade, trim the tips of any gristly edges, trim to about 5 -inch sections, and place them in a ziplock bag. Squeeze the air from the bag and seal. Massage the marinade around the tips,place the bag in a bowl and pop it in the fridge.

Grill the tips to medium -rare on a grill pan or on the outdoor grill. Easy as pie, right?

Marinade:

½ c. soy sauce

¼ c. brown sugar
½ c. orange juice
1 large clove garlic, minced
1 tsp. black pepper

This marinade is enough for 1 to 2 lbs. of sirloin tips... go ahead and double it for more servings!
Accompaniments: Green peppers and Vidalia onion chunks are great additions to the grilled tips. Just sayin’.



8 comments:

  1. The marinade couldn't get any easier. Great Asian flavors always enhance steak tips.

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  2. What a fantastic recipe!!!! yummi!!! looks delicious!!! and your blog is fantastic...glad I found you!!!

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  3. Lovely marinade. I think orange and soy are great bedfellows. Thanks for sharing the recipe x

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  4. lovely lovely marinade Susan and I never thought my heart would do a little dance at the sight of beef tips but it did :)

    Loverly :)Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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  5. This sounds amazing and so simple! Love that combination!!!

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  6. Sounds like a delicious marinade! I'm going to pass it on to my parents because their marinades could use some serious updates!

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  7. Brown sugar and orange juice! I use that combination in several of my marinades. It really adds a lot to meat.

    Those Teriyaki Tips look great!

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  8. I love my day when I've had the forethought to marinate. I feel so supermum.

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