Beef Teriyaki Hors D'oeuvre

"Neat way to serve flank steak-sliced thinly and threaded onto skewers. Only need to marinate for 30 minutes. From Bach's Lunch submitted by Mrs. Daus."
 
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Ready In:
45mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
10-12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Slice partially frozen steak thinly on the diagonal (should get about 20 slices).
  • Prepare marinade by combining rest of ingredients.
  • Marinate meat at least thrity minutes (or meat can be frozen for several days right in the marinade and then sliced).
  • Thread on skewers.
  • Broil at highest heat or grill until brown.

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  1. Really yummy, really easy. I used fresh flank steaks, not frozen, still great. Loved by the whole family.
     
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