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savory marinade recipe

savory marinade recipe

Marinated Steak or Loin with Grilled Vegetables & Rice

This recipe can easily be made LOW CARB.

Prep & cook time: 45 mins (+marinating time). (4 servings)


♦ 3-4 Steaks (beef or game)
♦ 1/2 packet (about 2 T.) 
Spitfire Gourmet Swanky Flank
♦ Hearty Veggies for grilling (zucchini, eggplant, onion, peppers)
♦ 1/4 cup EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
♦ 1/4 cup ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar – “from the mother” is best)
♦ 4 servings Instant Rice


1. Whisk 1/2 packet Spitfire Gourmet Swanky Flank into Apple Cider Vinegar & EVOO. Marinate Steaks for 2 hours (or up to 2 days for intense flavor). Gourmet Tip: Marinating flavors and naturally tenderizes meat, so buy a great cut if you only have a short time to marinate. Marinate in the smallest container possible, like a bag, so meat is fully submerged. 

2. When ready to cook, remove steaks from marinade, and set aside. Pour the used marinade into a large sauce pan with 1 cup of water, and boil for 10 minutes. Then scoop out 1/4 cup of the boiled marinade and set this aside in a bowl.

3. Add to the large sauce pan 1 1/2 cups water & Instant Rice. Cover & simmer 5 minutes.

4. Grill steaks or game to medium/rare. At the same time, grill 1-inch thick cut Veggies, basting with the set-aside marinade & salting while grilling. Gourmet Tip: Let grilled meat sit for a few minutes before cutting into it, so all the juices seal in!

WINE: A classic Cabernet (red) or rich & buttery Chardonnay (white).

No time to marinate? Rub Spitfire Gourmet Swanky & Savory into meat, and salt while cooking or grilling!

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