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Another possible great steak application (Steak Paste)

Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
edited 11:39AM in EggHead Forum
This one came in on my e.mail recipe selections this morning so tis not a Char-Woody original...:-)
But it looks good enought to post and share and see what you that try it think.
Good luck..C~W> From: [email protected] (Dlynnven)
> It's that time of year when we start cooking on the grill. I am looking for
> any recipies for marinading chicken or beef on the grill.[p]I'm not sure this exactly qualifies as a "marinade" as we think of them, but it
sure makes for an amazingly delicious steak. The salt has already been cut back
in this recipe, but it's still quite salty, so use your own judgement. I will
say that cutting back on the pepper or garlic practically ruins it flavor-wise,
GARLIC & PEPPER PASTE FOR STEAK[p]2 Tbsp coarsely-ground black pepper
1 Tbsp kosher salt (or less)
8 large cloves garlic
1/4 cup olive oil
4 rib-eye steaks, 8 oz each, (approx 1 inch thick)[p]Pour pepper, salt and garlic into food processor while running; process until almost smooth.
Add olive oil and mix well.
Rub mixture into both sides of each steak and place in shallow dish. Cover and marinate in refrigerator overnight.
Cook on your BGE's as per the routine methods to your doneness preferences.
Cheers to ya all...Char-Woody

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