A drizzle of chili sauce gives the tangy sauce in this dish a touch of heat while toasted sesame seeds and sesame oil offer a double shot of flavor. The dish comes together in minutes for a quick weekday meal.
This recipe is excerpted from Big Buy Cooking.
Keep it simple: serve with steamed rice.
This was wonderful!!! I took the advice found in "Salt Fat Acid Heat" by Samin Nosrat and trimmed and lightly salted my grass-fed flank steak the night before. It's the time of year for fresh peas! Yum!! I don't eat soy, so I quickly devised a combination to substitute for the soy sauce--I used equal parts Worcestershire (too sharp as a pure substitute for soy sauce) combined with Mayonnaise--Voila! It was great. Tender flank steak, sweet peas and a yummy sauce. This is a keeper for me.
Awesome dish, easy and tasty..
Really enjoyed this dish. Will try making it with chicken as well.
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