This was good, but nothing special. (Although my 2 year old LOVED it and ate more steak than me!) I found the sauce to be a bit too hoison-y. Next time I would use less hoison and more ginger, garlic, soy sauce, and crushed red pepper. I served the steak with szechuan green beans and rice noodles.
Asian-Marinated Flank Steak
bellymama Posted: 05/18/09
smith3576 Posted: 06/15/09
We made this as directed. It was okay, but I wouldn't make it again and I was a little embarrassed that we were serving it to company. Wish we'd tried it first. It is on the sweet side. There are better marinades out there. The meat was moist though.
kkparsons Posted: 02/25/09
This was very easy and extremely tasty! The nutmeg really did add a nice touch. Even my picky husband liked it! I served it with an Asian stir-fried broccoli recipe.
KathJB Posted: 08/17/09
Easy and tasty. I like to serve it with brown rice and sauteed spinach sprinkled with sesame seeds. For really good leftover steak for salad and sandwiches hold back about 1/2 cup of the marinade to use as sauce. Serve some with the steak and then pour the rest over the leftover meat and seal in a zip bag to keep it moist.
EllieBellie Posted: 08/11/09
I've made this dish many times, with both chicken and beef. My whole family enjoys it. I wouldn't hesitate to serve it to company. I like to marinate the steak, then throw it in the freezer for when I need a quick and easy dish.
Lisa712 Posted: 06/23/09
My husband and I both thought this was outstanding. I only marinated the steak for 30 minutes; I can't imagine how good this would have been if I'd left it in longer. I served it over rice, with oven roasted vegetables (drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper, and thyme). Delicious
Chiccook Posted: 03/05/09
This was a very tasty flank steak. My kids loved and the sauce too. It was so easy to put together. I did it the day before so I could just throw it on the grill for a quick dinner.
FayeDondi Posted: 04/21/09
Great flavor! Marinated steak and chicken breasts, both turned out wonderful. The chicken was particularly moist. Used the leftover steak and sauce for a salad. Mixed the sauce with a bit more hoisen sauce and olive oil for a simple dressing, tossed it all on salad greens with some avocado, and added the chopped steak.
KYoung Posted: 05/27/09
This was super yummy the first time. We used the leftovers in an Asian Steak Salad later in the week.
Cynthia530 Posted: 09/29/13
One of my favorites in my recipe rotation. Dark sesame oil adds great flavor. I add a little extra red pepper flakes for more zip.
JNBank Posted: 05/27/14
I agree with another viewer. It was good but nothing special. I've made better ones from cooking light. This one is going in the recycling can!