Raid your liquor cabinet for this Irish Whiskey Marinade and get ready for perfect steaks or chicken!
I usually keep it really simple with meat seasoning, but I wanted to try something new this time around. I used this marinade for buffalo steaks, and they turned out juicy and flavorful. Would be great on chicken too! Have you ever had buffalo steaks before? I had tried ground buffalo but never steaks. I happened upon them at Whole Foods and figured they were worth a try. They were actually a little less expensive than beef steaks, and they looked very lean. I was happy about the health benefits of the lean cuts but worried they might end up dry or tough. As soon as I took the steaks out of the package, I could feel how tender they were even before cooking them. I hoped as long as I was careful not to overcook them, they would turn out well, and boy was I right. I marinated them in this Irish Whiskey Marinade for about two hours before searing them in my iron skillet, and they were tender, juicy, and delicious!Print
Irish Whiskey Meat Marinade
This savory marinade tastes great on steak or chicken! Recipe will season about a pound of meat.
- Total Time: 45 minutes
- Yield: 3-4 1x
- 1 fluid ounce Irish whiskey
- 1–1/2 fluid ounces soy sauce
- 1 clove garlic crushed
- 2 dashes worcestershire sauce
- a few grinds black pepper
In a medium bowl or plastic container, stir together whiskey, soy sauce, garlic, and pepper. Add meat, and flip pieces over a few times to cover them evenly in marinade.
Allow meat to soak at least 30 minutes or up to 24 hours before cooking.
Grill or brown meat on the stovetop in an iron skillet. Enjoy!
- Prep Time: 30
- Cook Time: 15
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Did it today, and it was very good. I use the wiskey I had at the moment and worked.
I’m so glad to hear you liked it! Thank you for taking the time to let me know.
I used this marinade (substituting white whiskey for the Irish, as I didn’t have any Irish…) and it was fabulous. I will definitely be using the recipe again, probably experimenting with different types of whiskey. Thanks for a tasty no-fat marinade recipe!
Thank you so much, Peggy, and sorry for taking a few days to say so! I hope you had a nice weekend.