My easy Marinade adds so much flavor to your steak and the end product is a delicious juicy, tender, steak! You can cook it on the grill or in a skillet, it's perfect either way.
Add the steak marinade ingredients together and whisk to combine.
Makes enough for 1-2 steaks depending on the size of the steaks.
Place the steaks in a non reactive container (like glass) where it can be covered by the marinade at least half way up the side of the steak, or use a ziplock bag. If it's not fully covered you will need to turn the steak halfway through the marinating time.
Marinate for 1- 4 hours. ( If you marinate it longer it may be too salty if using regular soy sauce)
Bring steak to room temperature for about 30 minutes before grilling. Grill over a medium high heat for about 4 - 8 minutes per side depending on size and cut of steak.
To cook steak in a cast iron skillet cook it over a medium high heat for 4 - 8 minutes per side depending on size and cut of steak.
Let the steak rest for five minutes, then serve.
Serving Size - This recipe assumes that you will be serving four very generous 1/2 lb servings of rib eye steak per person. The amount of marinade should be enough for two large steaks but it really depends how big they are. The marinade can easily be doubled. The nutrition is calculated based on using rib eye steaks and will vary if you use a different cut of steak.
Low Carb Option - simply omit the honey for a delicious low carb and keto friendly marinade.
Whole 30 Option - Use coconut aminos instead of soy sauce and omit the honey.
Gluten Free Soy Sauce - I prefer to use the low sodium soy sauce as I find the regular can be overly salty if if the steak is marinating for more than an hour.
Coconut Aminos - most grocery stores now carry this and it's a great gluten free alternative to soy sauce and is a little sweeter so it works well if you are omitting the honey in the marinade.
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