Teriyaki flank steak from James Beard's Theory & Practice of Good Cooking by James A. Beard

  • dry sherry
  • soy sauce
  • ginger root
  • tangerines
  • beef London broil
  • EYB Comments

    Can substitute oranges for tangerines.

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    Can substitute oranges for tangerines.

  • mharriman on April 09, 2019

    Easy and Very good. I marinated my 23 ounce flank steak for 8 hours instead of 2-3 ( I wasn’t at home to do it for time given) and broiled it 8 inches from broiler element, basting twice, and it turned out great. I substituted white wine for the sherry since I didn’t have any, but the rest of the marinade ingredients were as specified. Served for two of us with multigrain rice, steamed broccoli, and a green lettuce and cucumber salad. I plan to serve the leftover steak slices with grilled pineapple tomorrow.

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