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    Default Nice Steak Marinade

    We have been working on some really nice moose ribeyes and loin steaks lately and I recently came across this marinade. It is my new favorite BY FAR!

    In a large, flat ceramic dish (caserole or cake pan) mix:

    1 large shallot minced
    3 cloves garlic minced
    2-3 tablespoons sesame oil
    1/2-3/4 cup soy sauce
    2-3 tablespoons brown sugar
    2-3 tablespoons Heinze chile sauce
    1 teaspoon ground pepper

    Marinate steaks for about an hour or so turning ever 15 minutes. For 1" thick steaks cooked medium rare grill over hot coals for about 4 minutes per side until you get a nice carmalized finish on each side.

    I have been cooking these up along with a moose roast every weekend and my wife is asking when moose season opens again! You guys need to try it.

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    Default Heinze?

    That sounds really good - except maybe the Heinze chile sauce part. Any word on availability of that? Or what else it can do? Or reasonable substitutes?

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    Chile sauce works great in cocktail sauces and most jamaican sauces. Mixed with ginger, molasses, curry blend, lime juice, and a few secret ingredients yields a wonderful punch to shrimp or light fish.


    That marinade is screaming for some extra acid!
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    i like to marinate my moose steaks in Panko and fry till golden brown and smother in country gravy
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    Quote Originally Posted by FamilyMan View Post
    That sounds really good - except maybe the Heinze chile sauce part. Any word on availability of that? Or what else it can do? Or reasonable substitutes?
    I know what you mean and thought the same thing as well, but it is really quite good. The chile sauce is found near the ketchup/mustard area in the market. Sometimes I will do a 50/50 mix of Heinze chile sauce and asian hot chili sauce if I want to kick it up a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    i like to marinate my moose steaks in Panko and fry till golden brown and smother in country gravy
    Country fried steak meets japanese panko. Talk about asian fusion cooking!!!

    A good country fried steak is hard to beat sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phish Finder View Post
    That marinade is screaming for some extra acid!
    I agree if it was a tenderizing marinade, but this is purely a flavoring marinade. It is sweet and tangy and really grills up nice.

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    Sounds great. Will have to try it for grilling. I usually just pan fry my steaks in carmelized garlic and butter, then make a Hunters Gravy and smother it in gravy with garlic whipped potatoes. Its my comfort food!

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    Chisana that sounds like an interesting marinade and one I will try out in a few weeks!

    I have been using the same marinade for years now and need to branch out. Just been using Worcestershire sauce, minced garlic, olive oil, ground mustard, and montreal steak seasoning.

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    BroncoBuddy

    I know your gonna freak, but I'm not much of a beer man. I six pack in my house can last months,especially now since my son left for Airforce Tech School. I'm a white semi sweet wine drinker, Preferably German wines like Auslese, reisling etc... A little wine for what I'm cooking and a little wine for me, but would be glad to share a beer with you when you get back from the Rocky Sandbox. You'll be home before you know it.

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    Worchestire ( Spelling ???) black pepper and onoins. Marinate for 3+ hours.

    Then I use a store baught steak seasoning that perfect on moose. Coat both sides and grill to Med.

    If you want to know the steak seasoning just ask. I was suprised on how well I like this specific brand,

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    Chisana that sounds like an interesting marinade and one I will try out in a few weeks!

    I have been using the same marinade for years now and need to branch out. Just been using Worcestershire sauce, minced garlic, olive oil, ground mustard, and montreal steak seasoning.
    I think you'll like this marinade a lot Rob. The mixture you mentioned is pretty close to what I have also used over the years.

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    I tried it on chicken strips tonight and it was really good on the grill

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    We had it tonight on venison backstraps and also stuck some mushrooms in the marinade and we enjoyed it quite well.

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    hmmmm steak, chicken, mushroom marinade....


    i better go get some bottles...
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    Thanks guys you all have me drooling for some real food!

    Two more weeks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    Thanks guys you all have me drooling for some real food!

    Two more weeks!
    I heard your flight is going to be delayed a few weeks.

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    Glad you guys liked the marinade. It is a good one.

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