Grilled Flank Steak with Onions, Avocado, and Tomatoes

  • semeagher Posted: 06/17/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Very good! My husband was impressed with how simple and yet yummy it was.

  • aljovanovic Posted: 06/07/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This is a great recipe to make in the middle of the week. It's super easy and looks great on the plate.

  • BrendaLRGale Posted: 10/06/11
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    VERY yummy! I used lean ground turkey instead and formed it into 6 patties; it has the same points as flank steak. I also used canned tomatoes (easier to digest than the skin from fresh). I served with roasted garlic smashed potatoes from the same issue of Cooking Light. Only 7 pts for "steak" and 4 pts for the potatoes!

  • JennySmith Posted: 10/27/11
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    Burbank, CA

    I might rate this 3.5. I thought this was easy and took very few dishes to make. I substituted a ribeye or something like that because flank steak has become unreasonably priced at my market. Taste was good, not great. Served it on its own with toasted pita bread. Would make again, probably, and think that a good side would be mashed potatoes.

  • carolfitz Posted: 07/14/12
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    Supereasy. Used sirloin tips and subbed spicy Montreal steak seasoning for s&p. Served with steamed corn on the cob and grilled potatoes. (parboil quartered red-skin potatoes, drain & lightly coat with a bit of oil, thread onto bbq skewers, sprinkle with salt, pepper & chopped thyme, grill and serve)

  • billyd Posted: 07/13/12
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    Don't over cook this steak. No more than medium rare. Make sure this is cut on the bias.

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