Beer-Marinated Grilled Skirt Steak — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Take your grilled steak to the next level with this top-rated marinade.
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The easiest way to improve a grilled steak is with a standout marinade. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, a top-rated skirt steak from Marcela Valladolid, combines sweet orange slices with salty soy sauce and crisp lager to create stellar flavor and keep the meat juicy all the way through. After marinating for an hour, the steak is ready to hit the grill. Thanks to the thin nature of skirt steak, it takes only about 4 minutes on each side before it’s medium-rare and ready to serve.

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