Zesty Cajun Skirt Steak
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- Prepare grill for direct-heat cooking or position broiler so that top of steak on rack in pan will be 4 inches from heat source; heat broiler. Combine barbecue sauce, lime zest and 1 t. lime juice; reserve. Rub both sides of steak with seasoning and salt.
- Grill or broil steak, turning once, 3-5 minutes per side for medium-rare; sprinkle with remaining 1 t. lime juice and brush with reserved sauce mixture during last minute of cooking. Let stand 5 minutes before slicing. If desired, garnish with lime and parsley and serve with additional barbecue sauce.
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Really a unique recipe which we enjoyed!!! I too, made this using flank steak as my store didn't have skirt steak. For the seasoning I used Emeril's Essence and followed the recipe as written. Served it with baked potato, recipe#502798 and garlic bread for a delicious meal!!! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT 9.
This was delicious! It had a unique Cajun flair, a little different than most Cajun recipes I've tried (and I mean that in a good way). And it's so easy to prepare, too. I chose to broil my skirt steak, but I'd like to try this on the grill on another day. You cannot go wrong with this recipe. We really liked your recipe, JackieOhNo! Made for ZWT 9 (Cajun/Creole).
Into my Best of 2013 book with this one. I have a hard time finding skirt steak around here, so used a flank steak. It turned out perfectly. Great flavors and loved the BBQ sauce with lime brushed on at the end. I put the spices on the meat and refrigerated for about 4 hours before cooking. I used recipe #19160 for the cajun spices. Made for ZWT 9.
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