Absolutely amazing. The sauce is the star. It's not right for Cooking Light come up with such delicious food and then expect us to eat so little of it! :) You can read my full review at: http://bit.ly/I8qXrO
Pan-Grilled Flank Steak with Soy-Mustard Sauce
Comments and Reviews 1-10 of 12
TheMomChef Posted: 04/13/12
Stephiem20 Posted: 01/04/13
Even my usually-picky, don't-make-me-eat-sauces-or-condiments husband LOVED this sauce. Surprisingly easy and ridiculously yummy!
ErinWard Posted: 04/07/12
The sauce is amazing. The second time I made this I doubled the sauce because my husband loved it so much! We also made the flank steak on the grill.
IoneTaylor Posted: 07/21/12
My husband grilled the steak on the grill. I used regular soy sauce and half and half, which made the sauce overly salty and not as rich. Next time I'd make it with the lower-sodium soy sauce and heavy whipping cream.
benloch Posted: 03/16/12
this recipe is wonderful! It pleased not only my teenagers, my eleven year old son, and my husband. Which is nearly impossible. Just absolutely a cinch to make and just delicious. I grilled it and served with mashed potatoes and balsamic roasted vegetables.
Ketamom Posted: 03/24/12
The sauce was amazing. I would definitely double it next time! The only change I made was to replace the heavy whipping cream with 1/2&1/2. Grilled the flank steak on the barbecue rather than the stove. Will be making this one again.
GoodStuff333 Posted: 10/24/12
The sauce rocks and works so well with the meat! Thoroughly enjoyed it!
jeneppe Posted: 08/08/12
I make this sauce (double recipe) almost every time we have steak. To avoid over-saltiness, I do NOT salt the steak before cooking. Also, using low-sodium soy sauce is key. Perfect every time!
Bushola Posted: 08/13/12
This is a great change from the same old every night. I added 1 tbsp of wasabi paste to the sauce to give it a little extra kick and flavor. Delicious!
PKcookin Posted: 04/06/12
This was delicious. Did the meat on the grill. Hot 500 degree over direct heat. 3 - 4 min per side worked for med-rare. Sauce was simple. Didn't have anything but regular soy sauce so used that. This made the sauce super salty. Once it was on meat it was very good but I would use low sodium soy sauce for sure next time. Portion size seems to be the way this recipe hits "light" status as 3 oz of meat seems on the small size especially for my carnivor husband. Used a 12 oz flank steak and divided meat and sauce between two. This could have served 3 but barely.
rica819 Posted: 04/04/12
The sauce was a little salty, but works perfect with the garlic mashed potatoes they suggest as a side. I replaced the whipping cream with regular 1% milk and didn't miss the extra fat at all.
julie64 Posted: 04/05/12
Next time, doubling the sauce....!