The classic choice of herb to go with this super-simple combination of olive oil and balsamic vinegar is the beautifully fragrant rosemary. But fresh thyme and oregano are good alternatives. Can be used to prepare-
6 Lamb steaks or 4 Beef steaks or 4 Fish fillets or 8 Chicken thighs or drumsticks.
Like most foods, I suspect this would probably taste better if it were deep fried, or slathered in oil or butter - but if that's not an option for you, here's a simple way to make individual serving bowls for your taco salad. You'll need a non-stick frying pan and two bowls that fit snugly together, the larger bowl will dictate the size of your tortilla bowl.
I use this recipe on ribeyes all of the time. This is truly the best I have ever had. I got the recipe from watching a travel show on TV and decided to try it. My husband wont even order a steak in a restaurant, other than Red Lobster (lol, isn't that funny - I think it's the new wood fire grill they have). Anyhow, he says and I agree that this IS the seasoning to use. This makes a lot, so I leave it in an air tight container and have it ready when I need it. I made smaller portions before but found that I just had to keep mixing it up. It keeps very well. Oh, and the seasoning works great for corn on the cob also!
I saw this recipe on the Food Network and tried to write it down as closely as I can recall. Very simple to make and quick.
I therefore did some experimenting and came up with, I am sure, the same method for cooking the Rib-Eye Steaks.
These are the best steaks that I have made and I have made many others.
Tender, succulent and so tasty.
While I was working at a pasta place as a cook, we often made steaks for ourselves for dinner. This marinade came about from playing with the ingredients that we had on hand. This will make even a cheap steak very tender. For the red wine, use what you are going to eat with the steaks - This is not the time for your bottle under the kitchen sink! When this has done its job tenderizing your steaks, this marinade does double duty as one if the best steak sauces out there. Prep time does not include marinating time.
Flank steak is one of my favorite cuts of beef. It takes on the flavor of marinates well and has a great texture. I like to serve this with steamed rice and sugar snap peas. Times do not inclued the stay in the refrigerator.
Slice this so tender marinated flank steak thin and diagonally across the grain of the meat and place on buttered grilled hard rolls for one of the best sandwiches you will ever eat! Prep time does not include marinating time in the refrigerator.
Asking for a Chuck Eye Steak is like acknowledging membership in a secret society. You are greeted with a knowing smile, a nod of the head, and then just maybe two will emerge from some quiet corner. There are only a couple in each animal, and although they have a taste and tenderness of the more popular rib eye, the cost is considerably less. Please... only tell your favorite buddy.
I found this method of searing filets in a magazine and thought the result was amazing. I've been cooking them this way ever since. I'm submitting the recipe here as I'm afraid of misplacing such a treasure.
I found this great recipe at Detroit Free Press, submitted by Susan Selasky. The ingredients are ones that are typically available is most kitchens and the flavor really bursts from this economical cut of meat.
This is an excellent marinade for any steak. The flavor is just wonderful. Our T-bones came out perfect. Very tender with a wonderful flavor. The original recipe is from TOH with some changes to suit our taste. Prep time does not include the time it takes to marinate the steaks.
This is a method, not a recipe. I posted this in answer to a forum request from
Bobbie #3. She was pleased with the way it worked and suggested the method
might be a help to others. I have no clue as to where I picked up these
directions. NOTE: Zaar insists on an ingredients list. Please disregard and just do your own thing. This is a METHOD, not a recipe.
I went with my parents to dinner at a German Club Restaurant called the Maennerchor, in Columbus, Ohio. I was in my teens and everything on the menu looked totally strange to me at that age. I found a steak on the menu, don't remember what they called it, and decided to order that, despite the fact that I didn't like steak. Well am I glad I ordered this steak because I loved it and this is the only way I eat steak to this day. This is my copy of this restaurants dish.