I’m in love with steak. For those who don’t know that, well, now you know. At home we usually eat steak from wild game that’s popular in our area: the good old Canadian Moose. It’s as natural as meat comes in this area and much leaner than beef.
The downfall to eating moose steak, however, is the fact that the meat is often tough and the flavour sometimes quite wild. But there is an easy remedy to that and I’m about to share my secret recipe with you all. So listen in!
Note: this recipe is good to use with any kind of red meat including beef. I created it for making the best of my moose meat, but it is amazing on other meats as well.
1/3 cup Soya sauce
2 TBS Worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup EVOO
1/8 cup Apple Cider vinegar
3 TBS Dried basil or oregano (I prefer oregano)
1 TBS garlic powder
1 TBS yellow mustard
1 tsp black pepper
Blend till visibly creamy in magic bullet or regular blender. The recipe makes enough to marinade 2 to 3 large steaks in a freezer bag.