Salads, tacos, appetizers, and more—there are endless possibilities for this budget-friendly beef cut.
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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.