21 Reviews

Made this for dinner tonight, cooking it on a Le Creuset Grill Pan -- it came out just perfect. I used Splenda Brown Sugar Blend (1/2 the amount) and it was delicious. Served with Creamy Carrots (308851) and Garlic Dill New Potatoes (109117) and we had a fabulous dinner. Thanks so much for posting!!

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Pianolady July 22, 2013

Perfection on a plate. I used sirloin steak which was melt in the mouth delicious. Served with simple vegetables which allowed the steak to more than shine, not that it needed any help. For the mustard I used 'Grainy Mustard' which worked really well. Made for Aussie / Kiwi Swap Jan 2013

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Kiwi Kathy January 04, 2013

What a wonderful steak recipe Peter. We really enjoyed this tasty treat. I pan fried the steak in butter just the way we like it. It was wonderful, tender, juicy and delish. The marinade was so good, I couldn't get enough of it. Served this steak with yummy cabbage and berber carrotes for a meal to remember. Thank you so much for sharing a recipe that I have included in my Favorites for 2011.

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Baby Kato December 29, 2011

Made for AUS/NZ Swap 48. I really liked the simpleness of making this. I marinated the strip steak for 45 min in the fridge, then took out and let it set for 5 min to come up to temp a bit. We grilled it on the indoor grill. I liked the taste of the marinade a sweetness came through in each bite. My DH did not care for it though because of the sweetness. Perhaps I will cut back on the sugar portion by 1/2 and use this recipe again on steak but will use full strength on other meats. The flavors for me were great. I plan to use the recipe on pork chops and on chicken as I think the marinade lends nicely to these meats as well. Thank you.

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Chef1MOM-Connie January 16, 2011

This is really good, I loved the marinade/glaze flavor! I used light brown sugar since I could not find cane sugar. I made one large steak for DH and I to share. I have never made a steak on the stove (only BBQ) but this was very good! Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap #47.

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AZPARZYCH December 27, 2010

We enjoyed this but I did it a little differently. I thinly sliced the beef (like a stirfry) and browned it. I used the extra sauce, a little more OJ and some cornstarch to make a sauce and served it over rice. All enjoyed, thanks!

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Doughy January 11, 2010

This was great! Easy to make, with a fabulous taste after only 30 minutes of marinating time. Halved the recipe for the two of us, using scotch fillet steaks, which DH cooked to perfection on the barbeque. Served with mashed potato & steamed vegies for a lovely meal. Made by a Hell's Kitchen Angel for ZWT5.

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Heydarl May 20, 2009

Oh, yum! I loved the combination of the orange, soy, sugar mustard and garlic in the marinade. I was a little bit unsure of the amount of sugar used - it seemed like quite a bit, but after trying the recipe, I wouldn't reduce it. I did use sirloin rather than fillet - apart from that, no other changes. Made for ZWT5.

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Helen Hes May 17, 2009

I used grainy Dijon mustard and demerara sugar. This made a very tasty steak. One of the best. I loved the sweetness. We cooked it on the barbecue. Thanks Peter :) Made for the Saucy Senoritas of ZWT5

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Boomette May 16, 2009

This was fantastic! My husband is in heaven - barbecue porterhouse steaks outside with a bottle of beer along with grilled corn using the same marinade and tossed salad. Now he's watching baseball. I used demerara sugar and 3 cloves of garlic for two huge porterhouse steaks. Marinated for 5 hours. The taste of orange was immediately noticeable, then it disappeared, followed by savory sweetness from soy sauce, garlic, porter mustard, and sugar. I think this will go super with chicken, pork and fatty fish. Thank you Peter for posting this recipe - it's a keeper! Made for ZWT 5.

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Rinshinomori May 15, 2009
Caramelised Steak