What are some common ingredients in a steak marinade recipe?
In a basic steak marinade recipe, there are essential ingredients and also ingredients that just add to the taste. Included in the ingredients are olive oil, balsamic vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, Dijon mustard, minced garlic, and salt and pepper.
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No, the idea of a marinade is to infuse the meat with flavor. If you then cook it in the marinade, it will be too strong a taste. Plus, it'll boil, making it pretty tough. The exception would be braising, which is slow-cooking at a low temperature in either wine, stock, tomato sauce, or combinations… of them, with some chopped aromatic vegetables and herbs. In that case, you simply brown the meat (some don't) and put into the liquid to cook. Technically, this is cooking it in a marinade. (MORE)
Usually, the longer the marinade soak, the more tender the tip, the BETTER the tip. As long as the meat will stay good for, you can leave it marinading in the fridge. I standardly marinade for 1 night but if i bought a lot of tips and don't wanna cook them all, ill keep them soaking for a few days. …The last ones i cook are usually the best. (MORE)
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when i make them, i coat the skillet with olive oil. slice up the chicken or steak, throw in sliced onion and peppers, and sometime i had sliced shitake mushrooms, all in skillet. wait til the veg and meat is cooked. in another skillet, put one tortilla at a time, real quick in a pan to warm them up…. on the side i use salsa, sour cream, store bought guacamole.. ) they are delicious!! (MORE)
I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for, but there is a common recipe for a whipped cream substitute. 1/3 cup ice cold water 1 1/4 tsp lemon juice 1/2 tsp vanilla 1/3 cup nonfat dry (powdered) milk 2 Tbsp sugar Combine water, lemon juice and vanilla; stir in nonfat dry… milk powder. Beat 5-10 minutes or until stiff. Add sugar 1 Tbsp at a time while continuing to beat. If using this as a topping, beat just prior to serving to avoid separation and flattening. As a substitution in things that will be baked or cooked, I use my basic meringue recipe or the following: Beat egg whites until stiff, then add 1 sliced banana per egg white used and beat again until bananas are dissolved. Or, add melted marshmallow to the white of an egg and beat until stiff. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ (MORE)
My guess would be that the marinade contained oil. Oils will flame up at high temperatures or when in contact with something that is very hot. Most likely oil dripped onto the hot surface and flamed up, causing the oven to appear to be on fire. The same thing happens when fat melts onto the coals of… a grill. I would suggest using a broiling pan to catch drippings in the future. A marinade with a high concentration of alcohol could have the same effect, although is not as likely because of the fast evaporation. Another possibility is a dirty oven. Something already in the oven caught fire. (MORE)
You marinade a steak before cooking in a plastic bag .You add your dressing and herbs for example to the raw steak then put it in a plastic bag in your fridge for a hour minimum.After the time has passed take the steak out of the bag and cook it , if any juice is in the bag pour it onto the steak.
\n. \n. \n1lb stewing beef(shin, flank, skirt,or chuck)\n6 oz ox kidney\n2 level tablespoons flour\n1+ 1/2 oz butter\n1 large chopped onion\n1/2 pint of stock or water\nReady made frozen puff pastry\n. \n1. cut meat into small cubes\n2. toss in flour with salt and pepper to taste\n3. Fry briskl…y, a little at a time, in hot butter until well browned, set aside\n4. add more butter to pan if needed, then fry chopped onion gently until golden\n5. replace meat pour in stock or water, bring to boil, cover pan, simmer gently 1+3/4 to 2 hrs until meat is tender, stirring occasionally.\n6. line pie dish with pastry rolled to about 1/8 inch thick\nadd cooked meat, top with pastry and seal edges well.\n7. bake towards top of pre heated oven(450 F/230 C for 15 to 20 minutes until golden crusted\n . Enjoy!\n . \nA teaspoon or two of Worcestershire sauce can be added to the meat while stewing for extra flavour. (MORE)
if you put it on the grill, its probably wouldn't be a good idea, unless you want to practicly blow up your grill. You could possibly put it in the oven, if you have foil over it. It wont taste good though
Steaks are usually grilled, not barbequed. I like to use a mix of an acidic, such as cider vinegar, lemon juice or red wine and another liquid, such as beer or water. I add a small amount of oil and salt and pepper. The rest of the spices and herbs will vary depending on my mood, but garlic, onion a…nd hot sauce are often included. (MORE)
Lightly salting steak a day before using adds to the flavor, and tenderizes the meat.
1/2 C soy sauce 2 tsp dry mustard 1 clove garlic, crushed 1/4 C oil . Mix together and marinate tofu for at least one hour.
Yes it is similar, and should produce a nice result. It's not the same though... You could also try white wine.A lot would also depend on the meat you are using. You could use Calvados for pork, or brandy for beef. I do not believe Vermouth , which is matured through herbs is in any way the same as …sherry, you would definitely be better off with white wine. (MORE)
Ingredients . 3 eggs . 3 tablespoons cream cheese . 1/3 cup onion , chopped . 4 slices Steak-ums . 1 tablespoon butter Directions . 1In a large skillet, heat the butter on medium-high heat. . 2Add onions and cook until tender/translucent. Transfer to small bowl. . 3Add the cre…am cheese to the onions in the bowl. . 4In the same large skillet, cook the Steak-ums (about 3-4 minutes or until cooked through. . 5Strain the meat and add to the bowl with the onions and cream cheese. Mix well softening the cream cheese so it spreads easily. . 6Whip the eggs. . 7Wipe out the large skillet after cooking the steak and spray with Pam (you can use butter too) and heat on medium heat. . 8Add your eggs and cook until the eggs on the top are almost cooked. . 9Add the steak & cheese mixture to one side of the eggs. Fold over the side of the eggs on top of the mixture. Cook a minute or two and then flip. . 10Season with salt and pepper to your desire. (MORE)
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Colonists in colonial America grew many of the foods that we are accustomed to buying at the store. Many, if not most of the colonists worked hard at developing vegetable gardens, planting fruit and nut trees, and raising their own chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese, as well as their own pigs and co…ws. As towns grew, more people were able to specialize in doing what they did best, such as raising chickens. Then they could trade with other colonists for other foods and "ingredients." (MORE)
Because it is much easier to make something when you have all theingredients there in front of you and don't have to go looking forthem as you need them.
Ordinary sherry will work just as well, wine or port. A lot will depend on the amount required and the type of dish.
My favorite web site that allows you to search for recipes based on ingredients can be found in related links section below. Near the top of the page you are going to want to click on the link called ingredients. When this page loads you are able to list ingredients that you want to include and ingr…edients you don't want to include as well as key words if you are wanting a specific type of recipe based on the ingredients you are including and excluding. Once you have listed the different ingredients click Go and you will get a list of recipes that match what you listed to include and exclude. (MORE)
Spike is a brand name for a seasoning mix. The ingredients include: "salt, sea salt crystals, special high flavor yeast, hydrolyzed vegetable protein (no added MSG), mellow toasted onion, onion powder, orange powder, soy flour, celery leaf powder, celery root powder, garlic powder, dill, kelp, India…n curry, horseradish, ripe white pepper, orange and lemon peel, summer savory, mustard flour, sweet green and red bell peppers, parsley flakes, tarragon, rosehips, saffron, mushroom powder, parsley powder, spinach powder, tomato powder, sweet Hungarian paprika, celery powder, cayenne pepper, plus a delightful herbal bouquet of the best Greek oregano, French sweet basil, French marjoram, French rosemary and Spanish thyme." If you don't have Spike, you could probably try adding your own herb mixture or another brand. (MORE)
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you could use wine, which is my fav choice. But, if you want to take a non-alchohol approach try chicken or beef broth, yogurt or cranberry. You could also try using corn, plums or cranberries!
This is how I'd decide what the answer is: 1. Something with very little taste, esp. in smaller amounts, like dried parsley. 2. Sometimes I think chopped nuts would be another example in recipes like brownies due to personal taste or due to allergies or maybe the type of nuts used (I like pecans… better than walnuts, for example and my mom prefers dried currents over raisins in baked goods). But not if it's a recipe for Nut Loaf or something like that. 3. Or something added in to a particular recipe version to give it an signature, ethnic, or texture "twist" like water chestnuts in turkey stuffing. When I'm cooking and missing an ingredient or know it will be disliked with a certain ingredient, I pick and choose some ingredients based on preference, availability, or more benign flavor or texture, like dried parsely. But a chef might toss me out of the kitchen for that. Essential ingredients, to me, are the ones that you need to make it taste right, have the right texture, or cause the right chemical reactions needed to create the finished product. Leaving out things like eggs, milk, butter/fat, flour, baking powder, soda, or even cream of tarter (or its baking soda & powder equivalent) is a bad idea. If you're making something you don't eat or haven't tried before, sticking to the recipe is more important--I think. I don't eat blackened chicken, but my ex husband does, and after several different recipes and my own modifications based on how it smelled and lookef at his favorite restaurant and what he told me it tasted like to him, I finally got it right according to what his grandma made and how he likex it. So now I don't alter my spice mixture amounts at all. I can't taste it because it's way too spicy-hit for me. So I have to think of each ingredient and its amount as being essential. I might have the wrong answer here, but it's based on a lot of goof ups in the kitchen and many preference and successful copycat attempts like trying to recreate 'grandma's spice cookie/honig kuchen' (still don't have it exactly right) or the 'knodel I had in Austria in like, 1972'. (Sorry it's so long. IPod typing in boxes is hard to gauge length for me--I don't know how to scroll up.) (MORE)
There's 7 ingredents. 1- lawrys Seasoing Salt. 2- Jalapeno Juice.3-pineapplr Juice. 4- Soy Sauce. 5 garlic. 6- onion & groundpepper. Marinate for at less 24 hour 48 hour or longer is better.Hope this helps Kim
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