Marinated in Beer Steak

This is a good way to tenderize and flavor economical steak cuts like the sirloin for summer grilling.  Do this the day before cooking and let marinade in the dry ingredients overnight for best results.

4 servings top sirloin beef steak
1 can of beer
1 T packed dark brown sugar
1 t lemon pepper
1 t Lawry's seasoned salt
1/2 t black pepper
1/2 t onion powder
1/2 t garlic powder
Cut the steak into serving portions and trim fat.  Place in a container and cover with beer, cover or seal, and refrigerate for an hour.  Remove the steaks from the beer.  Combine the dry ingredients and rub on all sides of the steaks. Let rest in the refrigerator at least an hour, preferably overnight.  Preheat grill to medium-high heat and grill to desired doneness.  I prefer to under cook a bit and cover and let steaks rest for 10 minutes before serving.  They will finish and be a more moist and juicy steak.  This is also a good steak to thinly slice against the grain of the meat and serve with crumbled blue cheese over a green salad!!


Anonymous said...

Looks really yummy. Do you use a particular beer?

lily said...

Just whatever my husband has in the house. Nothing special.