Here is one that you will make over and over again. Guinness Beer Sauce For Grilled Ribeye Steaks. These flavors are wonderful in this recipe. The sauce makes the steak tender and still juicy
even when it's over cooked. Give it a try.
Seriously, this is one delicious marinade just in time for St. Patrick's Day. Of course if you have to have your corned beef not steak then go ahead and make my slow cooker corned beef in Guinness from last years post. This is sure a nice option if your not a corned beef lover. Here is one that you will make over and over again. The flavors are wonderful and make the steak tender and still juicy even when it's over cooked. Give it a try.
Guinness Sauce/ Marinade
(I double this recipe)
1 cup Guinness beer or other stout
1/2 cup chopped peppers we like hot but you can use any kind you like
3 cloves minced garlic
1/3 cup soy sauce
2 tablespoons molasses
1 tablespoon fresh chopped rosemary
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
2 rib eyes or whatever you like
Place steaks in a large zip lock bag with all the rest if the ingredients. I marinate this overnight, or if you work, get it going for marinating in the morning and it's ready after 8 hours.
Take the steaks out of the marinade and save 1 cup placing in a small saucepan (2 cups if doubling) throw the rest away.
Preheat your grill and cook your steaks by your own preference. We like them medium so it's around 7 minutes on each side.
In the meantime boil the reserved marinade in the saucepan and reduced in half 7 to 10 minutes. Use to dip you steak in or pour on top of each one.
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Guinness Chili Loaded Baked Potatoes
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Old Fashioned Simple Reubens
Low Fat Turkey Reubens
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Guinness Scallop Bacon and Cheddar Potatoes
Open Faced Reubens
Guinness Colcannon Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
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