Logo

Flank Steak Grilled with Five-Spice Rub and Sesame-Soy Sauce

Print (Ctrl + P)
Kamera Print with pictures
Print without pictures
Facebook

Flank Steak Grilled with Five-Spice Rub and Sesame-Soy Sauce


If you don't use the five-spice rub, be sure to season the steak generously with salt, pepper, olive oil, and perhaps some thyme and rosemary. Serves 3 to 4.

 

#

1 flank steak, about 24 oz.

Five-Spice Rub (optional)

1 Tbs. vegetable oil

Coarse salt

Sesame-Soy Sauce (optional)

*

 

Just before lighting the fire, rub the steak with the Five-Spice Rub, if using, about 1 Tbs. per side.

When the fire is hot (you'll be able to hold your hand just above the grate for 1 second), drizzle both sides of the flank steak with the vegetable oil and sprinkle lightly with salt.

Grill the steak for 8 minutes, flipping it a couple of times during cooking.

Be sure to keep the thicker part over the hotter area of the fire and the thinner, tapered end over the cooler area.

It should be rare to medium rare at this point.

Transfer the steak to a clean wooden carving board to rest for 2 to 3 minutes, so the meat relaxes and the juices redistribute.

To carve, cut very thin slices across the grain and on a 45-degree angle.

Drizzle lightly with the Sesame-Soy Sauce, if you like.

 

Nutrition information (per serving): Size : based on four servings without rub or sauce, Calories (kcal): 300, Fat (kcal): 17, Fat Calories (g): 150, Saturated Fat (g): 6, Protein (g): 35, Monounsaturated Fat (g): 7, Carbohydrates (mg): 0, Polyunsaturated Fat (mg): 2, Sodium (g): 350, Cholesterol (g): 90, Fiber (g): 0,

 


 

Click on the smiley you want to give this page 
User rating 5.0 (1 votes)
This page has been viewed 153 times - View and write comments below.
• Carrot Ribbon Salad SpicyCrushed red pepper gives this pretty carrot salad some heat, while coriander seeds and...
• Rutabaga and Turnip Salad with ScallionsA lovely balance of bitter and bright, this salad makes a wonderful accompaniment to rich...
• Rutabaga Apple and Squash Salad with FetaThis salad gives winter vegetables a kiss of the warm Mediterranean with a topping of...
• Duck Confit with Lentils and Parisian Grain BowlLentils and duck are a double dose of protein in this trés chic grain bowl. A smaller...
• Hot SauceHot sauce, also known as chili sauce or pepper sauce is any spicy sauce condiment made...
• Beef Grilled with SesameUse as a filling for Summer Rolls. Yields enough for 16 summer rolls
• Pineapple Upside-Down CakeTangy pineapple and a buttery-sweet brown sugar topping are a good match for this yogurt...

Comments

Your email will not be displayed on the site.