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Unread 02-24-2012, 03:56 PM   #1
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Default Marinadeing Skirts

While on vacation, I was stuck with a gasser {grill that is}. I had marinated some skirt steak and was not able to cook for three days. It was marinated in garlic infused EVOO and Plowboys Bovine Bold. It came out fantastic. Fork tender with a lot of flavor. Today we cooked up a couple of more skirts. One marinated over nigh t and the other marinated two hours. The one marinated over night was tender but not as tender as the first with the other one okay but way less tender.
What other marinades have you all used with Skirt? And how long do you let marinade? Thanks
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I've used several things:
1) Lawry's Brand-Adolf's Meat Tenderizer (unseasoned), freshly squeezed limes, and McCormick's Season All. Just sprinkle a bit of everything (no exact measurements) on each skirt. Then place them all in a zip lock bag for about 2 hous in fridge. Remove and let get to room temp before placing on grill.

2) Kikkoman Soy Sauce (original), a bit of lime juice, and fajita seasoning. Marinade same as above. Be careful with the soy sauce as the food can become too salty.

3) Beer, lime juice, tenderizer, a dash of soy sauce, and a dash of worchestershire sauce. Marinade as above.

They all have different outcomes but have worked great for me when family and friends are over. No exact measurements due to using all recipes a couple of times...i just go by what seems like "enough". Good luck and let us know how it worls out for you.
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Beer and wooster with Montreal.

OJ with soy sauce.

A real good one is beer, and then add fresh cilantro, onion, garlic and jalapeno slices. Some black pepper too. I like to use Guinness.

Careful using tenderizer for too long in the marinades. You will end up with skirt mush. Don't ask how I know.
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Beer and wooster with Montreal.

OJ with soy sauce.

A real good one is beer, and then add fresh cilantro, onion, garlic and jalapeno slices. Some black pepper too. I like to use Guinness.

Careful using tenderizer for too long in the marinades. You will end up with skirt mush. Don't ask how I know.
Not sure if doing this right but here goes & a bit off topic.......El Paso huh, my wife is originally from there. She's been with me down in the Valley for 13 years. We try to go about once a year.
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