Recipes Index - page 3
Sweet and Sour Flank Steak
Marinate this flank steak overnight to increase its tenderness. You can adjust the sweet or sour flavor of this recipe by adding more marmalade or the red wine vinegar.
Mediterranean Eye Round Steaks
Round steaks are great for the grill. Not only are they inexpensive, but grilling gives them the flavor they need to make them delicious. These steaks are marinated in a mixture of Dijon mustard and the liquid from a can of artichoke hearts.
Spicy Flank Steak
If you love spicy food, you'll love this Asian style flank steak. If you're not too keen on the spice, you can always omit the red pepper flakes and reduce the amount of chili oil the recipe calls for.
Moroccan-Style Flank Steak
This flank steak gets a great Moroccan Style marinade to give it great flavor and tenderness. Serve this one up with some couscous and dried fruit for a real meal.
Grilled Irish Flank Steaks
This grilled flank steak recipe is a great make ahead meal item. You can marinade it overnight and have it ready for dinner the next day.
This is a great way to add a southwestern flare to a porterhouse steak. With a quick sear on the grill, the chipotle paste is locked in making this dish full of flavor.
Grilled Filet Mignon with Ginger and Red Wine
This Asian-style filet mignon is absolutely delicious! Try with your favorite grilled sides or sliced and served on top of a fresh spring salad.
Mandarin Skirt Steak
The tangerines in this marinade not only tenderizes but adds a unique citrus flavor to the skirt steak. Remember that skirt steak tends to be tough to you will need a good strong marinade to keep this steak from becoming tough.
Maytag Blue T-Bone
There's just something about the combination of a steak and good blue cheese. This simple recipe is a great way to dress up a steak, particularly if it's not the best quality.
Chipotle Flank Steak
This flank steak is flavored nicely from the Chipotle rub. Remember not to over cook a flank steak or it will be too tough to eat.
Jack Daniel's Flank Steak
Whiskey actually makes a great marinade. Not only does it add flavor but it tenderizes the meat as well. Remember when using alcohol in a recipe don't use anything you wouldn't drink.