This is for about 2lb worth or meat, but the exact proportions are extremely flexible based on taste (who measures, anyway?). You want enough mixture to cover the meat in a Ziploc bag.
2 cups Coke (f Pepsi)
1/2 cup of kethcup
4 tbsp Worcestershire sauce (or a few shakes)
4 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp Sriracha sauce (adds some heat)
3 clove sections of garlic (or a tsp of garlic powder in a pinch)
some salt and pepper
--Any other seasonings you feel like adding. Montreal Steak seasoning works in a pinch
Mix the ingredients together and place the meat in the bag. Make sure it's all coded, get the air otu of the bag, and let it sit for a few hours (I prefer at least a day). Make sure the grill is nice and hot, and cook to preference. Sprinkle some pepper on to taste near grilling.
If you're using thicker sirloins, MAKE SURE YOU LET THE MEAT REST before cutting it. It dries out, otherwise.
Coke will help break down tougher cuts of meat, after cooking it does leave a nice sweetness. The soy will add some terriyaki flavor, and sriracha adds a little bit of spicy heat. Ketchup thickens up the mixture a bit without adding too much of it's own flavor. I've sometimes used a little bit of BBQ sauce, but it's usually so concentrated that it completely drowns out the other flavors. The best thing about this recipe is that it's NOT exact and it allows for all kinds of preferences. I'll load up on Sriracha when making chicken depending on who will be eating it.
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