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The warmer temps of May usually mean I’m racing outside to fire up the grill. And while there are a million different items I enjoy grilling, like chicken wings, burgers, and salmon, a delicious slab of flank steak is near the very top. Here’s a wonderful Grilled Balsamic and Soy Marinated Flank Steak recipe I recently found and tried out.
Flank steak is fairly inexpensive, packs a tremendous amount of flavor, and, quite frankly, is very difficult to mess up during the cooking process. As you’ll see from this simple, 10-ingredient recipe, it’s also an ideal cut of meat to marinate.
Click on the recipe and give it a good once-over, but you’ll also probably want to follow a few of these suggestions:
This recipe packs big, but not overwhelming flavors, and the moderately priced flank steak makes it a little less intimidating cut of meat to work with compared to a filet mignon or bone-in ribeye. I highly recommend shooting for medium-rare doneness with this steak, as it yields great taste and a beautiful pink interior. The meat also pairs well with a variety of side items, like mashed potatoes, sautéed spinach, rice, roasted broccoli, or grilled zucchini. There is no shortage of marinated flanks steak recipes on the web, but this one is definitely a cut above.
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