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teryaki sirloin beef tips

EricEric Posts: 83
edited 7:52PM in EggHead Forum
I'm looking for a teriyaki marinade and cooking info for sirloin beef tips. Any help?

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  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    eric, I never done the beef tips, but here is a recipe...
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    Posted By: Hank (Hanker'n2Grill)[p]We used to eat at a friends restaurant called Pat O'Briens (yes, his name really was Pat O'Brien). This was about 25 years ago and I always enjoyed the Teriyaki steak most of all. He moved on but did give me the recipe.[p]1/3 Teriyaki (or soy) ... preferably Kikkoman's
    1/3 frozen pineapple concentrate (use the container to measure the other ingredients!)
    1/3 burgundy (strong and cheap) [p]This works best for chunks of top sirloin. I used to buy a nice sirloin butt and cut it up into chunks. It is best marinated for 48 hours (no less than 24). Sirloin has a wonderful flavor but can be a bit tough. Soaked this way though it is very tender and very flavorful. Of course the bromelaine in the pineapple breaks down the protein strands nicely along with the wine. I have a younger brother whom I served this to about 15 years ago and he still remembers it as the best steak he's ever had. I plan on serving him one cooked on the egg in the future and expect him to proclaim that the "'New' best steak I ever ate". [p]

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