BARBECUE STEAK / PORK with White Marinate ( No Soy Sauce Here please): Submitted by: Peter Chargualaf - Executive Chef | Date Added: 1 Jan 2010 Ingredients:

Beef or Pork Loin Steak cut into single servings ( 6-7 oz.)
2 White onions cut into quarters
16 oz of your favorite beer or white Wine
1/2 Cup olive oil
1 bulb garlic. Cloves peeled and pan roasted
1/4 Vinegar (add more to taste)
Salt add to taste (beer is salty already)
1 Tablespoon White Pepper, Ground

Cooking Instructions:

1. Prepare steaks and place in shallow pan.
2. Place onions, garlic, beer and blend until liquified.
3. Add seasonings and spices. Adjust to taste.
4. Pour over steaks and let it sit for 30 minutes.
5. Turn Grill on HIGH and place steaks grill for 2 minutes.
6. Turn steaks 45 degrees to get that criss-cross grill marks and cook for another 2 minutes.
7. Turn steaks to grill other side and repeat grilling process. Brush steaks with sauce and discard leftover sauce.
8. Cook to order.
REMEMBER THE GRILLING RULE: *NEVER EVER EVER CUT A STEAK TO CHECK ITS DONENESS.
Use this method to check for doneness:
LOBE...CHEEK...SIDE...TIP.
Feel the following:
LOBE refers to the lobes of your ears. This is for rare.
CHEEK is the cheeks of your face and this is for medium rare
SIDE refers to the side of your nose and this is the same feel for medium
TIP refers to the tip of your nose and this feel is for well done

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