Saturday, May 17, 2008

Texas Hot Steaks

For me, a steak is like french fries, needs nothing on it. No ketchup, nothing!!! Normally, I only salt, pepper and garlic my steak before grilling and that's it. But for times when I just want a slight change and a little heat, this recipe does the trick. Got it from a magazine and made it quite a few times.

(2) 12-14 oz Ribeye Steaks
(1) bottle cheap beer
(1) Small 4oz jar of sliced jalapeno peppers plus juices
(6) garlic cloves crushed
Kosher salt and coarse black pepper
_________________________________________________________ Place steaks in glass dish. Pour beer over steaks, add garlic, peppers and juice from jar. Marinate at least 6 hours, turn occasionally. Salt and pepper steaks before grilling to your liking.

5 comments:

Jillian said...

Mmmmmmm, this looks good. My kids love steak. I'm definitely trying it. Now, what's a good side dish?

Stephanie said...

I did write Jillian back on her blog, but any kind of roasted potatoes would go amazingly. I will post a recipe I have for Golden Crushed Potatoes tomorrow. It's so unique, can be made for just one as I did one solo evening or for the family.

Elizabeth said...

Hey! We're having friends over this weekend to cook out on our new grill and I'm going to try your recipe!! I'm really excited. I also noticed in the picture your grilled asparagus. That's one of my favorites!! I usually marinate it in thousand island dressing before grilling. Let me know if you have any better ideas!

Bottles Barbies & Boys said...

Your starving me stop it!!!

Elizabeth said...

Hey!! So, I grilled some more asparagus last night and while I pulled out the dressing to marinate it, I realized I told you I marinate it in "thousand island" dressing (eww). I actually marinate it for about an hour in ITALIAN dressing, with a little salt and pepper and then put it on the grill. I didn't want you trying anything nasty! :)