Skirt Steak and Corn with Chimichurri
May 27th, 2014 5 Comments

Skirt Steak and Corn with Chimichurri

Skirt Steak
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Even though Memorial Day weekend is over, that doesn’t mean that you’re done with summer grilling and BBQ’s. In fact, the BBQ and grilling season has just started and there are a few months of summer fun waiting for you. For summer, I have tons of recipes: chicken wings, grilled shrimp, one-pot clam bake, beer-steamed mussels, kebab, beef skewers and more. I have always wanted to add skirt steak to my recipe collection, and I am so glad that Martha Stewart ┬áLiving June issue comes with a wonderful skirt steak and corn with chimichurri.

Chimichurri is originally from Argentina, the steak capital of South America. It’s a green sauce made of chopped parsley, cilantro, garlic, oil, etc. When it comes to grilling, a wee bit of chimichurri makes a whole world of difference to plain grilled steak. It adds a lot of flavors to the steak.

The sweet thing about this skirt steak recipe is that you can make the Chimichurri sauce a day ahead, store in a jar and then in the refrigerator. When you’re ready to grill the steak, just leave the sauce out on room temperature and once the steak is done, just serve it with a big dollop of the sauce.

This skirt steak recipe is a keeper, have a wonderful summer!

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5 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Tis the season for steak and grilling!

  2. csailor says:

    Please, please please help Me! Can’t find “light soy sauce”! What’s a substitute for it in a marinade for chicken?

  3. Richard says:

    Suggest to me a good book that explains and demonstrate (maybe even a DVD) so when I go to an open air market in Nanning, China I can figure out what cut of beef to ask for. Believe me, if I go there and ask, even in Chinese for a skirt steak, or a filet, or t-bone I will get blank stares.

  4. Michelle chan says:

    Thank you grace. I steam tofu with minced pork nice. I steam many time.thank you

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