Salads, tacos, appetizers, and more—there are endless possibilities for this budget-friendly beef cut.
When it comes to transporting ingredients, flank steak is the ultimate vehicle. It can be dressed to fill tacos, mix into
stir-fries, or top on salads. You won't be running short on ways to serve it up anytime soon. Before you start firing up the
grill, a quick tip: Before serving, always slice against the grain to avoid chewy texture. Also, be sure to allow the meat
to rest for 10-15 minutes before slicing.
We're starting with flavor-packed Thai Steak Salad. A combination of fresh herbs—mint, cilantro, and basil—impart delicious fresh flavor.
View Recipe: Thai Steak Salad
Serve with cooked rice tossed with a tablespoon of toasted sesame oil. Shop for your meat at supercenter box stores or discount
warehouses like Costco for the best prices.
View Recipe: Korean-Style Beef Tacos
Perfectly seasoned flank steak is kicked up a notch with flavor-packing soy-mustard sauce. Serve with Garlicky Asparagus and Garlic Mashed Potatoes.
View Recipe: Pan-Grilled Flank Steak with Soy-Mustard Sauce
What hot dogs are to Coney Island and wings are to Buffalo, the cheesesteak is to Philadelphia: iconic, tasty, and loaded
with salt and fat. But, thanks to our lightened version, you'll be able to enjoy this meaty, gooey, and delightfully messy
sandwich all year.
View Recipe: Philly Cheesesteak
Romesco also works well as a sandwich spread, a sauce for grilled chicken, or a veggie and pita chip dip.
View Recipe: Flank Steak with Romesco Sauce
If presliced beef is not available, ask your butcher to thinly slice flank steak. This is a great weeknight meal because of
how quickly it comes together.
View Recipe: Sesame Beef Stir-Fry
Serve this summery steak dinner with bread to bulk up this light meal.
View Recipe: Peppered Flank Steak and Salsa
Ready in 25 minutes and coming in at less than 300 calories, this spicy steak with Gorgonzola cheese sauce is a flavorful
and filling meal.
View Recipe: Chipotle-Rubbed Flank Steak
Fajitas can be a little boring, don't you think? Not when they're topped with these lime-softened jalapeños. If you like a
big burst of lime, drain but don't rinse the chiles before garnishing. Placing the steak briefly in the freezer firms it up,
making it easier to slice thinly.
View Recipe: Vegetable and Steak Fajitas with "Killed" Jalapeños
Perfectly seasoned flank steak placed atop a bed of leafy greens makes a divine spring-inspired meal. If you can't find mâche,
use butter lettuce.
View Recipe: Steak with Cucumber-Radish Salad
This Tex-Mex favorite tastes as good as it looks. Please your family by letting everyone choose their own toppings to add
to the tacos.
View Recipe: Wild Mushroom, Flank Steak, and Poblano Tacos
Combine the comforting flavors of steak and cheese with fresh summer greens and fruit for a filling salad that's less than
View Recipe: Flank Steak Salad with Plums and Blue Cheese
Prepare the mayonnaise mixture and cook the steak up to a day in advance. There's no need to reheat it, just slice the steak
about an hour ahead, and leave at room temperature. The savory delight paired with the creamy and spicy mayonnaise will surely
be a hit.
View Recipe: Beef Teriyaki Crisps with Wasabi Mayonnaise
Choose colorful heirloom tomatoes for a pretty presentation if they are in season. This recipe only has five ingredients—proving
a delicious and healthy meal doesn't mean an extensive grocery list.
View Recipe: Grilled Flank Steak with Onions, Avocados, and Tomatoes
This recipe received 5 stars from reviewers and after your first bite you'll know why. Full of fresh ingredients and tossed
in a light dressing, this healthy entrée is a winner.
View Recipe: Edamame Salad with Crisp Steak Bits
Fill crisp lettuce leaves with sliced flank steak topped with a zesty sauce made from lime juice, brown sugar, and minced
pepper. Soba noodle salad complements the meaty wraps and brings another texture to the plate.
View Recipe: Beef Lettuce Wraps