A tangy condiment made with fresh herbs and garlic, chimichurri sauce is a traditional accompaniment to grilled meats in Argentina and pairs well with peppery steak. Before cooking the steaks, you can use the weight of your skillet to crush the whole peppercorns for the coating.
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An interesting variation on my all time favorite, the classic pepper steak. Try using Madagascar peppercorns from www.pepper-passion.com. They have a fragrant hickory smoke aroms that you will love.
I did not make the sauce, so I cannot rate it, but I followed the recipe otherwise, except wrapped them in bacon before seasoning and grilled the steaks outdoors instead of on/in the stove. Just excellent!
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