Bourbon Steak
an American Steak House Specialty

Are you  in the mood for a really flavorful steak, this Bourbon Steak will fit that bill.  Use flavorful cuts of beef to stand up flavor of this big marinade. The pictured bourbon steak is a nice prime top sirloin, but a New York would work well. I also like this on nice double thick pork chops too. Bourbon is the original American whiskey and goes great with beef. What could be more classically American than this combination. 

I like to serve this marinated steak dish with full flavored side dishes, garlic roasted potatoes, or potatoes au gratin. Start with a Caesar Salad. 

Bourbon Steak Marinade Recipe

Bourbon is the original American whiskey and the flavors from the barrel are great on the grill with food.  This recipe incorporates a bit of pepper, red pepper, fresh garlic and ginger to brighten the rich bourbon steak flavor. This is a great marinade for steaks, pork chops and chicken. This is not a subtle marinade and has big bold flavors. 

¼ cup Bourbon Whiskey (chef’s choice)

4 garlic cloves smashed and chopped

1 tablespoon fresh ginger chopped

1 tablespoon black pepper

1 teaspoon red pepper flakes

¼ cup Soy Sauce

¼ cup brown sugar

1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

¼ cup olive oil

Combine all, Makes enough to marinate 4 steaks or chops. Marinate steaks or chops for  4-6 hours.

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