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Grilled Ribeye Steaks with Barbecue Sauce

Grilled Ribeye Steaks with Barbecue Sauce

Submitted By: Robert A Bosley


Location: Auburn, Washington 98002
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Recipe Name: Grilled Ribeye Steaks with Barbecue Sauce
Recipe Information:

The background of this recipe extends back to this last summer. I started grilling steaks and come up with a marinate and barbecue sauce that is good with the ribeye steaks. The barbecue sauce is also good with pork ribs and chicken. The barbecue sauce is a good all around sauce.

Ingredients:

For the marinate:


2/3 cup      Zinfandel wine


1/2 cup      Worcestershire sauce


1/4 cup      Red balsamic vinegar


3 tablespoons Olive oil


4 ribeye steaks


For the barbecue sauce:


2 cups           Ketchup


2 cups           Brown sugar


1-12 oz can  Beer
1-10 oz can  Tomato soup, condensed


1-6 oz can     Tomato paste


1/2 cup          White granulated sugar


1/2 cup          Mustard, prepared


1/4 cup          Liquid smoke


3 tablespoons  Molasses


2 tablespoons  A-1 steak sauce


1/4 cup         Shake and bake, BBQ glaze


2 tablespoons Fruit pectin

Recipe Instructions:

For the marinate:


   Take all of the ingredients and place in a baking dish and marinate the steaks for 1 hour, turning once.


 


For the barbecue sauce:


   Place all of the ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium and simmer for 2 hours or until the desired thickness.

Recipe Summary:

Grill Steaks, for 1″ steaks, 7-9 minutes per side over high heat. After marinating steaks, I have found a new rub that has come out, and that is Weber Kansas City Barbecue rub seasonings. dust steaks with the rub and grill steaks. When done with the steaks, place each steak on a plate and spoon on the barbecue sauce.

 

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