If you want to make a weeknight dinner seem special, go for rib-eye steaks. Rib-eyes are an exceptionally tender and juicy cut, ideal for quick-cooking methods like searing. Topping the steaks with balsamic onion and tomato salsa lends a freshness to the meal and the salsa takes just minutes to make.
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Serve alongside a Pea, Butter Lettuce & Herb Salad.
I thought the salsa was good, but maybe just a little too sweet for me. Will try cutting sugar in half next time and maybe eliminate it completely.
We had this for a decadent Saturday meal with tri-color baby potatoes and a field greens salad. The "salsa" on top was just divine!!! I think it should be something you memorize and serve with chicken and fish too. All the flavors worked so well together. Bravo!
Tried the recipe for the first time with guests - that's how confident I am in Fine Cooking recipes! Absolutely delicious! Instead of pan-searing, I grilled the steaks. The salsa is so light and packed with flavor. I served it with the suggested Pea, butter lettuce and herb salad...definitely a keeper!
The onion/tomato salsa is terrific! Cooking the tomatoes slightly brings out the sweetness which contrasts nicely with the vinegar.
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