Overnight Steak Marinade

Overnight Steak Marinade


I began making this wonderful overnight steak marinade for our Braai (BBQ) evenings back in my chef days at Augusta Kleinbosch Guest Farm. Some evenings we had lamb tjops on the braai, other evenings lovely T-Bone steaks for our guests. Sometimes we just had a simple chicken braai, but we always added nice boerewors to the braai too! A braai is not a braai with some boerewors! This particular steak marinade I used to marinade the T-Bone steaks. The important part of this overnight steak marinade is to make it a day before the Braai (BBQ) so that the T-Bones or other steak can marinade overnight in this lovely sauce. A bit of a tip: If a recipe states something must be left overnight to infuse, follow the advice of the recipe. It is there for a reason. And in the case of this recipe it is very useful to leave it overnight. I can definitely recommend that it is really important to let the meat marinade overnight. It give the meat time to become tender and to absorb the lovely taste of the marinade. This overnight steak marinade is very tasty and delicious once the meat is on the coals. It is really quick to make! Just have all your ingredients nearby and add it together, pop the meat, cover and leave until ready to braai on the next day. I also double or triple the recipe so tat all the meat is well covered underneath the marinade. Treat yourself with the lovely Malva Pudding or Bread and Butter Pudding as dessert afterwards.

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Serves: 4 Prep time: 0 Minutes Cook time: 15 Minutes Ready in: 15 Minutes

Nutrition: Calories 170 Carbs: 0g Protein: 23g Fat: 8g

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1 onion, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
25 ml chutney
25 ml tomato sauce, preferably All Gold,
25 ml Worcestershire sauce
5 ml prepared mustard
5 ml brown sugar
12.5 ml brown vinegar
5 ml salt
Mix all the ingredients together.
Pour over the meat and leave overnight.Turn them once in the evening to make sure all the meat is well-covered.
Take them out of the marinade before braai and enjoy .
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