Kick-start your long weekend with a grilled steak and potato dinner. Served with a thick chimichurri-style parsley sauce, this classic combination is far from boring. Instead of regular potatoes, the recipe calls for sweet potatoes. They taste excellent with a smoky char from the grill. Skirt steak is Tim Love's favorite piece of meat, so don't be afraid to embrace this quick-cooking, juicy cut. Pour a glass of Pinot Noir and let the lounging begin! To get the recipe, keep reading.
It can be hard to find a weeknight meal that's exciting enough to be worth repeating. But when luck runs out, turn to the rice bowl It's quick, healthy, cheap, and easy.
This skirt steak and bok choy version is no exception; the stir-fry is coated with an Asian sauce that manages to be tangy, sweet, and nutty all at once.
If someone were to ask me which condiment deserves the title of most underrated sauce, I'd probably say romesco, the classic sauce from Catalan that's made from dried, roasted red peppers, almonds, and olive oil. Romesco adds spectacular smokiness to just about anything, and that includes bold proteins. Use it as an accompaniment for unadorned steak, freshly charred from the barbecue; serve grilled asparagus and scallions, which also pair well with the sauce, with the meal. For the speedy Summer recipe, read on.
It's just one week until Dec. 25, and between the Christmas cookies, edible gifts, and holiday cocktail parties, my regular diet has gone by the wayside. Tonight I'm taking matters into my own hands by making a healthy steak and couscous dish. Couscous is a simple ingredient and it's important to season it well. This recipe does so with a Moroccan-inspired mixture of spices — cumin, coriander, turmeric, and cinnamon. The steak is rubbed with the same blend, resulting in a dish that is intensely flavorful. To get the straightforward recipe, read more
Trying out a mushroom & Swiss Angus burger in a recent taste test provided me with a much-needed reminder that there's really no combination like steak, mushrooms, and Swiss cheese to please a crowd of meat eaters. I've got a speedy weeknight dinner planned that makes the most of leftover skirt steak by serving it alongside a slivered mushroom salad.
Because skirt steak is a thin cut, it already cooks quickly, but slicing it up into pieces, as this recipe suggests, means your meal will be ready even sooner. Make your family and friends happy when you make this tonight
When envisioning steak for dinner, cuts such as ribeye and tenderloin might be the first to come to mind. But don't forget skirt steak, a thin cut that's supreme when it comes to outdoor grilling.
This type of meat has more fat than a hanger steak or flank steak, meaning even the most mildly seasoned skirt steak will have out-of-this world flavor and juiciness.
Highlight the rich taste of the meat with this Mark Bittman recipe. The steak is served with an elemental chimichurri sauce of garlic, parsley, lemon juice, and olive oil. See it when you read more
To be more savvy, professional chefs like Traci Des Jardins are encouraging home cooks to use lesser cuts of meat. While some are ideal for slow-cooking techniques like braising, others are great for quick-searing. Skirt steak, a cheaper cut from the cow's diaphragm muscle, is ideal for grilling.
In this recipe, spice-rubbed meat is served with charred pita bread, a tangy yogurt sauce, and crisp lettuce leaves. Throw in some store-bought hummus and a tabouleh salad and you've got a weeknight meal that's perfect for entertaining. Check out the straightforward recipe when you read more
Typically used in fajitas, skirt steak is an affordable cut of meat that makes a delicious dinner. After a quick cook in a hot pan, the long, flat piece of beef is flavorful, tender, and juicy.
This recipe pairs the steak with crisp, garlicky oven-baked potatoes and a lightly dressed, peppery watercress salad. When served with a glass of red wine, it's the perfect midweek pick-me-up. Get the recipe when you read more
If you've got skirt steak left over in your fridge, transform them into a quick meal for a busy Monday night: fajitas. Not only are skirt steaks the cut of choice for fajitas because of their smoky, deep flavor, but they are also thin enough that they cook extremely quickly. To get this easy, breezy, in-a-jiffy meal onto your table, read more
The beef cut known as skirt steak is known for being inexpensive and flavorful. Because it can also be slightly tough, the slow cooker is an excellent choice for cooking it: after being cooked slow and low for seven hours, the meat will be falling-apart tender and juicy. For maximum tenderness, slice the meat against its grain when you're ready to serve it.
This recipe calls for cipollini, small pearl onions. To peel these baby onions easily, just plunge them into boiling water for 15 to 30 seconds, and then shock them afterward in a cold water bath. The skins will slip off when loosened with a knife. Alternatively, if you've got larger onions on hand, slice those thinly into the slow cooker instead. To serve this dish (great alongside simple pasta and veggies!), read more