Servings: four to six.
This steak gets a wet rub before grilling; the oil helps the other flavors spread.
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Pour a light, fruity Côtes du Rhône blend, or a Grenache-based rosé.
Prepared this pretty much as directed, didn't have any shallots for the chunky tomato vinegarette, so subbed with green onions. I reserved a little of the rub and added a little more olive oil to it,and poured over the grilled steak as it was resting. This gave it a little more flavour and helped prevent any dryness. This was a wonderful way to prepare a flank steak and will do again and again.
I made this using a skirt steak and let it sit at room temp for more than an hour. I also made the tomato-basil vinaigrette to go with it. My kids snarfed this down so fast, that they thought they died and went to heaven. They asked me to make it again. I absolutely love this recipe. I used a mixture of thyme, sage, rosemary and marjoram -- all from my garden.
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