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    marinade for flank steak

    Recently there was a post about bearnaise sauce, so i decided to give it a try. In the post was mentioned that these sauce can go well with any type of meat, so i decided to use a flank steak because is cheap and make a london broil. My question is what kind of marinade should i use. And what should i serve it with.

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    I would use basic oil/vinegar + herbs and garlic, let it fit 30 min to an hour and then grill it medium rare. Slice on the bias!

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    Olive oil and Worcestershire sauce and a LOT of minced garlic. Black pepper and salt. Sometimes I leave out the Worcestershire.
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    I usually do a dry rub on flank/fajita, or flat iron. Salt, pepper, garlic/onion powder, smoked paprika, cayenne, NM Chimayo red chili powder, rub w/love, let sit overnight in fridge and grill over HOT coals. Check out the sides at the Ribeye thread.

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    Classic red wine marinade: cabernet, olive oil, shallot, garlic, rosemary, thyme, orange zest, salt, pepper, corriander. Minimun 4 hours. Strain, season, grill med rare. Slice thin againsr the grain.


    Or try a coca cola marinade for a great caramel type flavor. Simply coca cola, shallot, garlic salt, pepper and herbs.
    Also 4 hour minimum and same preperation.


    Simple herb and spice marinade. Olive oil, rosemary, thyme, parsley, garlic, coriander, cinnamon, tumeric, paprika, salt and pepper. 1 hour minimum.

    Any of these marinades work great with a fresh corn salsa. Check out my salsa video for recipe/reference
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    How about Korean Kalbi marinade..
    soy sauce,can of coke,sesame oil,chopped garlic, diced yellow onion,chopped green onion,toasted sesame seeds and some chili flakes,marinade over night(if you can) or 4-6 hrs min.
    Works great with short ribs as well..

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    Doh! I forgot about Asian marinade!!

    Soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, garlic, shallot, rice wine vinegar, sriracha, brown sugar, pineapple juice or orange juice, yuzu, mirin, sake, coriander, maybe anise, cinnamon, clove etc.
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    Classic vid ftw!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Check out my salsa video for recipe/reference
    Where??? I looked all over your profile and no findee.

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    Same concept only with mangoes involved. You can use pineapple too. Faster to get more yield with pineapple as well.

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