Barbecued Flank Steak Sandwiches

  • Mattsquatch Posted: 09/17/10
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    I think you guys are a little liberal in your use of the word Barbecued. Just because it has sauce slopped all over meat does not make it barbecued.

  • stephil Posted: 09/20/10
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    I thought this was good, but could have been better. The sauce is great, spicy-sweet; I subbed 1T honey for 1T of the brown sugar, and cut back on the worcestershire by 1t. But a flank steak with just salt and pepper? Too tough! Marinate it first; I used 1/4C of store-bought BBQ seasoning mixed with 1T each of oil, water and cider vinegar and let it sit 2 hours. It was great, we will keep this!

  • Mollybud Posted: 09/17/10
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    This is not BBQ. Just a tough piece of meat with sweet ketup, and where did the 500+ calories come from? Lets have better recipes to share!

  • RebekahRH Posted: 05/30/13
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    This is a great recipe, with a few tweaks (in my opinion). We marinated the meat overnight in the sauce ingredients and sliced it into large bite sized pieces and it was very tender. I cooked a whole sliced onion in a large non-stick skillet for about 15 minutes until caramelized and then added the meat (along with all the sauce it marinated in) and about 4-6 ounces sliced fresh mushrooms to the mix and cooked another 10 minutes until veggies were tender and meat was about medium to medium-well in doneness. Served these on rolls and they were absolutely delicious!

  • seaside725 Posted: 05/07/14
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    I browned the steak for 3 minutes on each side, put it in the crock pot and covered it with the sauce. I cooked it on low for 8 hours, thinking that the meat might be a bit more tender. I thought the sauce was excellent, but I still found the meat to be a bit tough.


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