Tequila and Lime Marinated Steak

Published On March 7, 2013 | By Peter Georgakopoulos | Entree, Food

When I think of tequila and limes, I think of warmer climates and relaxing vacations.  I think of margaritas and salt-rimmed glasses.  I do not think of using tequila and lime as a marinade for steak!  But that’s exactly what I did here.  And I have to say, the results were surprising. This recipe for a Tequila and Lime Marinated Steak will have you pulling out the barbecue in no time!

There’s obviously a little science going on here, as the meat gets a good workout from the tequila and lime juice acids and the salt.  This helps produce a juicy, perfectly cooked, soft steak.  The best way to cook this would be on a barbecue; however, a griddle pan and hot oven would also work perfectly well.  Once your steak is cooked, finish it off with freshly chopped cilantro, freshly squeezed lime juice and slices of fresh jalapeño peppers.

I decided to serve this up as part of a “Tex-Mex” inspired feast.  With a little creative license (and I’m not sure how authentic it is), I’ve paired the steak with a number of sides including sweet roasted baby peppers, salt and lime “massaged” slaw, guacamole and fresh corn on the cob with a cilantro and lime butter.  I think tequila just went from being an ordinary ingredient to having extraordinary uses!

Peter Georgakopoulos is a contributor at The Boys Club and blogger at Souvlaki for the Soul.

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Peter Georgakopoulos
is our resident Australian, and with a knack for creating delicious meals, we often put him on food duty. Peter is the blogger at Souvlaki For The Soul. Follow Peter on twitter @souvlakiman.

24 Responses to Tequila and Lime Marinated Steak

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  2. Núria says:

    I’ll cut my hair, paint a mustache and dress in a tuxedo if I can enter the club only to taste this fantastic dish!!! Congrats on the photos and the combo of ingredients it must have been such a palate’s pleasure :D

  3. This looks fab. I love how atmospheric the photos are! Really drooling over this now, totally inappropriately for the time of day!

  4. Jeanne Adams says:

    This looks just fabulous! Going to try to barbecue this weekend — or as soon as the rain stops!

  5. Mary says:

    These are great photos.. I love the salt crystals on the cutting board and table. Makes me want to barbeque and it is -7C outside! The tequila will definitely help.

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  7. This looks so festive! Wish I were having a party this weekend to make this!

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  11. Jason Martin says:

    I love this recipe. I also stumpled across a great video that shows how to make a recipe similar to this.

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