Bourbon Steak

By MARY JOHN RESCH
Posted 12/6/18

By the Saturday night after Thanksgiving everyone in Mary Alice’s family was tired of turkey and turkey leftovers and ready for a steak. We bought some thick New York strip steaks and she mixed …

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By the Saturday night after Thanksgiving everyone in Mary Alice’s family was tired of turkey and turkey leftovers and ready for a steak. We bought some thick New York strip steaks and she mixed this Bourbon marinade that she used on them. She probably marinated them for the minimum amount called for in the recipe. Despite the rain, Steve grilled them outside and they were delicious -- one of the best steaks I’ve eaten in a long time.
The original recipe called for using sirloin steak and if that is what I am doing when I prepare this recipe I’ll let the steak marinate a little longer. I want to try this on a London Broil too.

BOURBON STEAK
1/2 cup bourbon
6 tablespoons soy sauce
Juice of 1/2 lemon
2 tablespoons salad oil
1 clove garlic, crushed
1/2 teaspoon crushed peppercorns

Steak of your choice, enough to feed your family.
Marinate steak for 4-12 hours in the refrigerator before broiling.

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