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Thumb_7286_Grilled Flank Steak with Chimichurri Marinade

Thumb_7286_Grilled Flank Steak with Chimichurri Marinade

Doesn't this recipe sound good? It is. If you'd like some ideas about what to eat with it, click on the "goes with..." tab to the left. For the lowdown on ingredients, techniques and tools, click on "related tips."

Thumb_10214_Steak Au Poivre

Thumb_10214_Steak Au Poivre

This is one of those classic dishes for which no two recipes are the same. The flavorful strip streaks and their juices mingle so well with the coarse spicy pepper and the creamy, tart sauce. Right at the end, add a handful of chopped parsley to the sauce to give it bright herbal flavor.

Thumb_13599_Pan-Roasted Flank Steak

Thumb_13599_Pan-Roasted Flank Steak

We love marinated and grilled flank steak, especially in summertime. But if you don't have a grill (or it's cold outside), this is about the best way to simply cook flank steak. Thinly sliced, it's delicious on its own alongside a vegetable or two, drizzled with s vinaigrette, or nestled inside a pita pocket or tortilla with a few condiments.

Thumb_7238_Beef, Radicchio And Green Bean Salad With Chile-Lime Dressing

Thumb_7238_Beef, Radicchio And Green Bean Salad With Chile-Lime Dressing

This is a reasonably light (but filling) salad-as-meal, with all the parts playing beautifully off of each other. For a spicier salad, use a full serrano or some other hot pepper, but don't use too much or you'll overpower the dressing.

Thumb_8282_Beef Tenderloin, Mixed Lettuce And Green Bean Salad

Thumb_8282_Beef Tenderloin, Mixed Lettuce And Green Bean Salad

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Thumb_7733_Grilled Strip Steaks

Thumb_7733_Grilled Strip Steaks

Straight-up grilled steaks can be mouthwatering, as long as you're careful not to not over-cook them. Put your meat thermometer in easy reach and remove the steaks from the heat when they are slightly under temperature. They will finish cooking while you let the meat rest.

Thumb_15685_Beef, Escarole And Mint Salad

Thumb_15685_Beef, Escarole And Mint Salad

Fresh mint is such a vital, bright flavor - thinly slicing the mint leaves will tossing them well with the other ingredients will distribute them throughout the salad, brightening the whole dish. 

Thumb_7797_Broiled Beef Kebabs

Thumb_7797_Broiled Beef Kebabs

This basic preparation for beef kebabs could easily be applied to the grill. Obviously, any marinade you can think of will serve this dish well. Try this Greek yogurt, mint and garlic marinade and then serve the beef wrapped in pita with a salad tucked in around it.

Thumb_9704_Grilled Flank Steak with Jerk Marinade

Thumb_9704_Grilled Flank Steak with Jerk Marinade

Flank steak is one of the . . . grassy-est cuts of meat on the animal. That rich beef flavor can stand up to, and benefits from a strong marinade. With lime juice, habanero, molasses, allspice and ginger, this Jerk recipe fits the bill.

Thumb_9801_Pan-Roasted Strip Steaks

Thumb_9801_Pan-Roasted Strip Steaks

The strip steak, also referred to as striploin and shell steak, is one of the most tender and tasty cuts of beef.  This oh-so-simple preparation is perfect for bringing out all its flavor with minimum fuss.

Thumb_9251_Grilled Flank Steak With Lemon And Rosemary Marinade

Thumb_9251_Grilled Flank Steak With Lemon And Rosemary Marinade

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Thumb_6772_Grilled Flank Steak with Lime-Soy Marinade

Thumb_6772_Grilled Flank Steak with Lime-Soy Marinade

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