Whisk together the marinade ingredients and pour over ribeye or sirloin steaks. Marinade for at least 4 hours - and up to 8 hours for the absolute best flavor. After removing from the grill, allow your steaks to "rest" for at least 10 minutes before serving.
The meat is tender and perfectly seasoned every time we use this marinade recipe and method.
Always remember to clean grill grates before and after every cook. Proper grilling requires a clean, heated grate. Always oil your grates before placing your food on them, using an old towel and a small container of high-heat-threshold oil, such as peanut oil. Using tongs, dip the dowel in the oil and lightly brush the grates. This will help keep foods from sticking and forming buildup on your grates but also will aid in getting professional-looking grill marks.
Grill on! You've got this one covered!
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