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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Garlic-Thyme Steak



It's my pleasure today to be co-hosting Marvelous Mondays with Julie over at Jam's Corner!  Following today's recipe feel free to link up all of your wonderful recipe, craft & DIY creations!

But first, today's Marvelous recipe!

For our anniversary this year, my parents bought us our first ever Sam’s Club Membership.  To say I’m loving it is an understatement.

So of course, at every Sam’s trip I come home with a giant package of steaks or pork chops or chicken that needs to be dealt with immediately.  Cue freezer marinades!

Most recently I bought a family pack of steaks and this is one of the delicious marinades I made for these steaks.  The star of the show is garlic.  And how can’t you love garlic?  And also thyme.  It’s a winner.  Try it.  Even if you didn’t buy is giant pack of steaks.


Garlic-Thyme Steak
Recipe from Martha Stewart

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
6 cloves garlic, minced (1 heaping tbsp)
1 tbsp (approx. 15 sprigs) fresh thyme, leaves only
2 steaks (I used sirloin), about 1 lb
Salt & pepper


Whisk all ingredients (except the steak) together in a large measuring cup.

Place the chicken in a gallon sized resealable bag.  Add the marinade and turn to coat.  Marinate for 1 hour or overnight, flipping the bag several times.  Or place in the freezer and use within 1 month, the steak will marinate as it thaws.

Grill the thawed steaks over medium-low heat to desired doneness, flipping once.


And now it's time to party!






6 comments:

  1. Well doesn't this just look absolutely deeeelish! I love steak and garlic so this is right up my alley. Thanks for co-hosting this fun link up I enjoy it!

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  2. Love your recipe for garlic-thyme steak! It looks very delicious!

    Stopping by your blog from Marvelous Monday (I posted #74 Pizza Sauce).

    Pinned and Tweeted!

    Amber @ The Cook's Sister

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  3. Whoa, freezer marinades! I never knew! And that garlic and thyme combo looks fabulous. Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

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  4. Hi - over here from Marvelous Monday - also a new follower and would for you to come and do the same. I like your cute header! Deb

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  5. Your steak looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing at Must Try Monday.

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  6. Oh my goodness - that looks delicious. I've finally gotten good at making steaks at home, so now I want to try ALL the flavors! :)

    Thanks for linking up to Tasty Thursday (all of the recipes!)

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