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Marinated Skirts

Gator Bait Gator Bait Posts: 5,244
edited 10:19AM in EggHead Forum
 
I had 3.5-4 pounds of skirt steaks. I decided to marinate them in Good Seasons Italian dressing. I used a roast garlic infused red wine vinegar and good extra virgin olive oil. I made two batches of the dressing and added a tablespoon of garlic and a tablespoon of my homemade Herbs de Provence to each. I started it marinating Saturday morning and let it ride till I grilled it tonight. :)

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My Herb's de Provence

4 T Thyme
3 T Marjoram
1 T Oregano
1 T Basil
1 t Rosemary ground
1 t Sage ground
1.5 t Anise Seed ground (optional and not traditional)

The egg was set direct, raised and at about 500º with oak chunks for the smoke wood. Two minutes to the side and I checked the internal temperature looking for 120º. Thinner pieces of meat got less time. The meat was cooking faster then expected and is a bit over done but is still very good, tender and tasty. I sliced it very thin across the grain. It will be wonderful in sandwiches!

Sorry for the one poor photo, have a great week All,

Blair

 

Comments

  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    Dat's some YUMMEE lookin vittles! :)
  • Gator Bait Gator Bait Posts: 5,244
     
    Thanks Hoss, I have used the salad dressing before and it makes a very mild marinade, this time I let it soak in for a good spell and you are right, it is YUMMEE! :)

    Blair

     
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