Although cliché at times, “good things come to those who wait” is absolutely true for this dish. A good steak always takes time, and this recipe for grilled flank steak is no different. Feel free to use your own preferred herbs and wine, though stick to red wines, which better compliment beef compared to the sweetness of white wine. Cook up your favorite vegetable for a side dish and enjoy.
Archive | October, 2010
Many years in the past, the Indians have discovered a way of cooking salmon. While cooking it on a damp cedar plank, they found out that the flavor of the fish was enhanced.
This special taste associated with cooking on a cedar plank has innovated different chefs on creating new styles of using this material for food other than salmon.
Grilling beef and chicken is a familiar practice for most of us. Try changing up your routine with this grilled tuna steak recipe. Popular for its Omega 3 oil and low amount of fat, tuna steak is a great grilling alternative. Tuna steak cooks quickly and can be served quite rare. So fire up the grill and enjoy!
Halloween is in the air. It’s the time for the young and the young at heart to dress up and exhibit their spooky and dashing costumes along the neighborhood.
Here is an excellent dish to put our beurre blanc sauce to good use. Sole is a flatfish, interestingly named after its resemblance to a sandal. Known for its mild flavor, sole is easy and quick to cook because of its thinness. Pair this with either potatoes or rice (and perhaps the leftover wine from the sauce!) and you’ve got yourself a great meal.