Flap Steak Marinade
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- Stir wine, honey, shoyu, red pepper and rooster sauce together until honey is well incorporated and dissolved.
- Pour into shallow glass container, place flap steak into marinade and tuck rosemary sprigs in and around beef, cover & place in fridge.
- Turn steak every so often if there's not enough liquid to fully cover the meat.
- Marinade at least 8 hours.
- Hint: Optimal results are a 24 hour marinade.
- Later that day -- remove container from fridge and let sit out for 30 minutes.
- Remove steak from liquid marinade and slightly pat dry.
- Grill on BBQ medium high, 2 minutes each side (for medium rare, depending on thickness) to sear and caramelize the exterior.
- I did do this in a grill pan on the stove and found it was necessary to clean the pan in between turning/flipping the steak - otherwise it just didn't seem to get crispy enough.
- I'll be curious to see how it works on a Foreman type grill!
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