This recipe was featured in Issue No. 3 (2021) with the story "A Different Oil Field"

Marinades help tenderize and add flavor to any cut.

Yield: Enough marinade for two average-sized steaks



•           cup Wright Farms Sunflower Oil

•           2 tablespoons soy sauce

•           2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

•           1 teaspoon liquid smoke

•           Dry seasoning of your choice (such as mesquite-flavored blends)



1.         Mix the liquid ingredients thoroughly with a whisk.

2.         Coat steaks on both sides with mixture.

3.         Sprinkle with dry seasonings as desired.

4.         For best result, marinate steak in the refrigerator overnight but shorter marinating times work, too.


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