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1 hrs 30 mins
The word "matambre" is the name for a cut of beef, as well as the word for "shoe leather". Matambre appears to be a contraction of the words "matar" (kill) and "hambre" (hunger), and it's also the name of a wonderful dish from Argentina and Uruguay: flank steak rolled and filled with vegetables and either cooked over coals or braised in red wine. It's a dish that will definitely "kill" your hunger! (Some people even add bacon or sausage to the vegetable stuffing). Matambre has a beautiful presentation. It's often served as a first course in Argentina, but makes a nice luncheon dish or main course as well. Serve matambre with chimichurri sauce
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (222 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6