Dark Beer (such as a porter or stout)
How to cook
Prepare the beer marinade
- Heat olive oil in a pan on low heat. Fry the garlic and ginger until fragrant before adding the light soy sauce, sugar and chilli oil.
- Stir continuously to avoid the sugar from caramelising too rapidly and burning.
- Pour in the beer of your choice and some corn starch. Scrape and reduce the beer marinade; when it thickens slightly, turn off the heat and allow the marinade to cool down.
Season and marinate the beef
- Season the ribeye with salt and pepper, then place it in a food-safe bag.
- Pour in the beer marinade. Chill for 2 hours to allow the flavours of the marinade to meld with the ribeye.
Grill the beef
- Brush a grill with some olive oil and turn it up to high heat.
- Sear each side of the ribeye for 2-3 mins or longer, depending on how thick your cut of beef is. Slice to serve immediately!
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