Based on a dish you’ll find in many Rio de Janeiro restaurants, this recipe uses few ingredients but packs a lot of bold flavor. If your garlic has a green sprout growing in the center (the “germ”), be sure to remove it, because it will impart a bitter flavor to the final dish. Like this recipe? Check out more easy 5-ingredient dinners.
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Delicious! Used flap meat instead of skirt steak since it was available at Whole Foods. Cooked on the grill instead of stove top. Served with Three Pea Saute with Pistachios (also from Fine Cooking) and steamed potatoes. Will serve again soon for a dinner party - prep is less than 30 minutes (for all three dishes). I love dishes that can be nearly fully prepped before and cook in a short time.
Total crap about the green sprout being "bitter." Try it next time you see one! Just another urban legend...
Cooked this for the first time tonight. Quick and easy. Sauteed some mushrooms with the garlic. So good.
Have done this few times! Really good and oh, so easy! Everyone raves about it!
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