Marinade for Making Beef Chuck Blade Tender

Even the most "not so tender" cut of meat, such as beef chuck blade can cook so tender you would not know it's chuck. The secret is to marinate the beef chuck over night. Use lee kum kee chicken marinade teriyaki (or similar brand) along with green, orange, yellow, and red bell peppers, one medium white onion, lemon herb, and steak seasoning. Cook with medium-low heat on stove for about 30 to 45 min. Make sure to marinate in a closed container.


By Esther


September 12, 20050 found this helpful

Any "less tender" cut of beef can be cooked tender without marinade if you season it and roast it in a covered pan in the oven at 325 until thoroughly done. Don't add water. It will cook in its own juices and seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic is delicious. Use drippings to make gravy.

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