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Flank steak with paste marinade

HamiltonHamilton Posts: 115
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Recipe out of Chris Lilly's new book. This is the second recipe I've tried out of the book and both were superb.

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  • SGT BBQSGT BBQ Posts: 190
    Looks great. Havent tried a flank steak yet. Was it tender and if so any other cuts of meat you could compare it to?
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  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,272
    Nice H! Have not tried flank might have to do that soon!
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  • HamiltonHamilton Posts: 115
    SGT BBQ wrote:
    Was it tender and if so any other cuts of meat you could compare it to?

    To me, it is most similar to tri tip - if it is not cooked and/or sliced right, it can be a tuff piece of beef. However, I think there is more flavor with the flank.

    Molly, a definite "must try it".

    $4.99 lb. at Costco.
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  • rsmdalersmdale Posts: 2,472
    We make our own carne asada ouy of flank steak and it turns out pretty goood.I buy the bulk flank at 2.29lb and trim it myself,vacuum seal great meals for the future.

    GOOD eats and good friends

    DALE
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  • Growing up, my Dad would cook steak on his Hasty Bake grill, he would always cook himself and Mom a nice filet mignon or t-bone. For me and my three brothers we got to split a flank steak. I have always loved the taste of a flank steak.
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  • 70chevelle70chevelle Posts: 278
    Looks delicious! Flank and Flat Irons are pretty expensive at my groceries (5.99-7.99#), so I've been using London Broils ($2.50#). They are a little thicker but cooked to rare, rested and cut across the grain, they are fantastic.
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