Best Steak Marinade Recipe

 Bloody Mary Meets the Best Steak Marinade Recipe

best steak marinade recipe
best steak marinade recipe

Cast Iron Skillet Bloody Mary Steak Marinade Recipe

You love steak. You love bloody Mary’s. Do the math! This delicious recipe for best steak marinade will make your mouth water and impress your guests. It’s easy, simple, and almost foolproof. Use a cast iron skillet for the very best searing to the steak. The recipe also works well for grilled steak though. Allow enough time for the steaks to warm to room temperature. I usually start the bloody Mary steak marinade mid-afternoon and cook at dinner time. And hey, as long as you have the bloody Mary ingredients out, why not shake up a spicy bloody Mary while you’re getting things ready?
Save a little time? Try Demitri’s bloody Mary seasoning:

Cast Iron Skillet
Cast Iron Skillet

 Bloody Mary Best Steak Marinade Recipe

By Greg Tooke
Published: April 8, 2010
Enjoy this mouth watering blend of rich bloody Mary flavors and grilled tenderloin steak

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192 reviews

Prep time: 2 hrs
Cook time: 10 min
Total time: 2 hrs 10 min
Yield: 4 steaks (4 servings)

Serving size: 4 steaks
Calories per serving: 452
Fat per serving: 7g


tomato juice:

3 oz

4 tenderloin steaks:
2 lbs

celery salt:
1/4 tsp

Worcestershire sauce:
1 tbsp

fresh lime juice:
2 oz

black pepper:
1/4 tsp

virgin olive oil:
1/4 cup


Steak Marinade: Thoroughly mix tomato juice, olive oil, Worcestershire sauce, pepper, celery salt, and fresh lime juice in a large mixing bowl. Combine with tenderloin steaks in a one gallon sealed bag and let sit at room temperature for approximately two hours.

Cooking Steak: Remove steaks from the steak marinade bag and cover both sides with fresh coarse ground black pepper. Saute extra marinade over medium neat for ten minutes, let cool.  Heat cast iron skillet to medium high. Once hot, place steaks in pan for 5 minutes. Turn with tongs and cook 5 more minutes. Allow to stand at room temperature for 2 minutes. Pour sauteed marinade over steaks and serve.  Yum! 




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