Friday, July 23, 2010

Show Us your grilling recipes!

So...the problem of going to bed at 9 means you are wide awake at 2! No problem, just get an early start on SUYL! :)
Josh made this steak last weekend for our fajitas and it was probably one of the top five steaks I've ever had. It was so flavorful and juicy. Sooo good! It has a smoky southwestern kick, but it's not spicy at all. You could also use flank steak, but I think the skirt steak has more marbling (more fat) and that's another reason I prefer it, more flavor!

First, you make the marinade!
1/4 cup of vegetable oil (I used EVOO because I was out)
juice of one lime
*1 bunch of cilantro
*1 serrano or jalapeno pepper
*I put these two in the food processor together
1 1/2 Tbsp. of ancho chile powder

Whisk all together and then pour over your skirt steak and make sure all of the steak is covered.

We only marinate the steak for an hour since the lime juice in the marinade can start to "cook" the steak because of the acidity.
Okay so preheat your grill to medium high heat and toss the steaks on for three minutes per side for medium rare. The good thing about these steaks though is if you want more of a medium well you can just heat your grill higher on one side.

We made fajitas out of these and they were SOOOO good.

Hope you enjoy!!!!


  1. These look delicious! i love lime and cilantro - some of my favorite ingredients for the summer! i'm going to have to try these:) thanks!

  2. I love fajitas. We usually purchase our fajita meat at the Mexican market. It's so good~ they season and marinated it.

  3. This looks delicious! Can't wait to try out this recipe!

  4. Those fajitas look delish! Love your super cute blog!

  5. Just the marinade by itself looks so good!. I can only imagine what it actually winds up tasting like!


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