The meat turned out great; I had never broiled flank steak before and it was really easy. The marinade was yummy, but the sauce never thickened (actually, I doubled it for the marinade, so that could have had something to do with it. I will definitely make again.
Mustard-Molasses Flank Steak
Turtle542 Posted: 12/30/09
lfirebrand Posted: 11/01/09
Loved this recipe! This was easy to prepare, relatively quick and made a delicious sauce. We used a New York strip instead of a flank steak. The sauce is delightfully tangy from the balsamic and mustard and has a nice kick from the molasses. So easy!
9167111 Posted: 10/28/10
Fantastic.... I used Top Sirloin Cap steaks instead in it was amazing! Will do it again.
acreech31 Posted: 09/14/10
Simple, fast, and yummy! I used chicken broth instead of beef broth. But, meat turned out perfect and glaze was the perfect balance of tangy and sweet. We cook a lot and my husband thought it was extra special- company worthy. Didn't take long to cook either.
ewarnock Posted: 07/15/11
Delicious and easy to make!
JustineBR Posted: 04/30/13
I loved the glaze. I liked the steak, but I think this would be a fantastic marinade for portobellos, or pork tenderloin too. I'll be trying those next time rather than the flank steak.
littleco1 Posted: 11/24/13
This was really easy to make, and the outcome certainly exceeded my expectations. I accompanied the steak with caramelized onions and a salad with chunky blue cheese. Absolutely delicious!