Kangaroo steak is a delicious dish most commonly found in Australia. 2/3 cup kikkoman teriyaki sauce . **Note: Kangaroo meat has a very low fat content and will become dry if overcooked. Whisk the acid, oil and seasonings together until the marinade is completely blended and slightly thickened. Oil the kangaroo steak/fillet all over (not the griddle pan) and season with salt and pepper. For medium meat, reduce heat to medium, continue cooking for 3 minutes. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/176770/the-best-steak-marinade … Australian Potpourri . 1 kg / 2.2 lb of kangaroo fillet (5 – 6 medium fillets), cut into 2-cm cubes; 2 medium zucchinis, sliced into 1 cm disks; 1 small red capsicum, cut into 2 – 3 cm squares; 1 small yellow capsicum, cut into 2 – 3 cm squares; 1 red onion, cut into 2 – 3 cm square; For the marinade. https://www.lifestylefood.com.au/recipes/127/marinated-kangaroo Kangaroo Steaks with Marinated Mandarins Recipe . Though you prepare it very similarly to other forms of steak, kangaroo meat is incredibly lean and, as such, requires some extra care and attention to cook properly. It should be a little bit pink in the centre. 1/4 cup Grand Marnier . ** Pour the marinade over the meat. The thickness of the steak will determine the cooking time but this approximately one inch thick steak got two and a half minutes on each side. Kangaroo loin resembles beef tenderloin, so almost any beef seasoning will do, from thyme and rosemary through chili powder and cilantro to ginger and soy sauce. This will produce tender, juicy kangaroo meat. (If using steaks cook for 3-4 minutes, turning occasionally.) Lift the kangaroo fillet to a chopping board and leave for a few minutes to rest. Place your kangaroo tenderloins into a plastic zipper bag or container with a lid. 2 oranges, juiced or 2 tablespoons orange juice concentrate . 2-3 tablespoons spicy plum sauce . Ingredients: 1 kg kangaroo fillet (you can substitute beef fillet) Marinade: 1 can mandarin segments . Cook it to rare or medium stage only and leave for a few minutes before serving.