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Old 10-28-2015, 01:45 PM   #1
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Grilled Marinaded Flank Steak


Flank Steak in marinaded for 6 hours in the fridge.Took off the potatoes that were
baked in the LBGE for an hour @ 415*

On the Grill Grates for a short sear 12 minutes.



This could be ready!







Served with Baked Potato with butter and green onions and a wonderful Kale Salad.
My wasn't this a great tasting meal!

Recipe:Marinated Flank Steak Recipe - Allrecipes.com

Thanks for look-in!

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Old 10-28-2015, 01:54 PM   #2
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Awesome cook Ross! Perfect doneness for my taste.
Flank and skirt steaks are the most often grilled red meats in our household. Widely available cuts of meat here in this region. We use a traditional carne asada marinade on our's......lime, cilantro, OJ, etc....
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Old 10-28-2015, 02:08 PM   #3
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Oh Ross, you're killin me here. As I mentioned on the tri tip thread I can't even find a flank steak out here in the sticks of Santa Paula. I assume you bought it in Ventura, and can you tell me the store and price per lb?

My mouth is watering over that perfectly cooked flank.
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Old 10-28-2015, 02:13 PM   #4
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Perhaps you can find flank steak mislabeled as London Broil???
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Old 10-28-2015, 02:40 PM   #5
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London Broil is more commonly called top round, not the flank.
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Ross, there is a reason my screen is at the back part of my desk, or I 'd be wiping it down with my shirt sleeve. Another meal that can't be beat.

Just an FYI. I called my neighborhood grocery, they don't carry flank steak though they have a good meat dept. I called the grocery I usually shop, a little upscale but not outlandishly so.... They have flank steak at $12.99 / lb US.

Good thing I didn't look at / remember /what I paid when I last bought flank steak earlier this summer. Good thing too that I like sirloin.
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Awesome cook Ross! Perfect doneness for my taste.
Flank and skirt steaks are the most often grilled red meats in our household. Widely available cuts of meat here in this region. We use a traditional carne asada marinade on our's......lime, cilantro, OJ, etc....
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Oh Ross, you're killin me here. As I mentioned on the tri tip thread I can't even find a flank steak out here in the sticks of Santa Paula. I assume you bought it in Ventura, and can you tell me the store and price per lb?

My mouth is watering over that perfectly cooked flank.
Thanks Kayelle, We got those at Costco The price per lb. I do not know

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Ross, there is a reason my screen is at the back part of my desk, or I 'd be wiping it down with my shirt sleeve. Another meal that can't be beat.

Just an FYI. I called my neighborhood grocery, they don't carry flank steak though they have a good meat dept. I called the grocery I usually shop, a little upscale but not outlandishly so.... They have flank steak at $12.99 / lb US.

Good thing I didn't look at / remember /what I paid when I last bought flank steak earlier this summer. Good thing too that I like sirloin.
Thanks Whiskadoodle, $12.99 lb is too much for flank steak

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That settles it, It's time for a Costco run. That's where Andy gets them too.
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