How to make it

  • Marinating the meat;
  • Mix last 7 ingredients very well in a bowl of your choice
  • Place steaks in a suitable air tight vessel,( I use a gallon zip-lock bag and press the air out), cover with marinade and let those bad boys soak in the fridge for a few hours.
  • Be sure and pester them every now and again so everybody gets a good soaking on both sides !
  • Cooking the meat;
  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Remove the steaks from the marinade and pat dry with a paper towel.
  • Get a frying pan, (one you can toss right in the oven, I use cast iron) good and hot and add a bit of oil.
  • Salt and Pepper steaks a bit.
  • Brown steaks on both sides and remove from pan. ( you can dredge 'em in a bit of seasoned flour to help browning).
  • Add broth to deglaze the pan and throw all of the steaks back in. Cover with Sliced Onion, cover with foil and put into a pre heated 350 degree oven for 30 or so minutes or until you're satisfied with the "doneness "( is that a word?).
  • Take it out of the oven, remove meat and thicken up the liquid, add some stock if you're short, in the pan anyway you like! It's as simple as that.
  • Enjoy !

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  • elgourmand2 3 years ago
    Like the marinade and we have plenty of tough beef to work with here. Nice post.
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  • lifter 3 years ago
    Sirloin is at the bottom edge of steaks that don't "need" marinating. That being said, a little extra love never hurt! An even up mixture of soya, worcestshire and lemon or lime juice, abit of fresh crushed garlic, whisked together, and soak the meat for 15-20 minutes just to start breaking it down, and then grilling, or, as you suggest, the flat iron method, and baking to complete?
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