Recipe by JKana77
"Every time I serve this, I get phone calls asking for the recipe. So here is the secret to my famous Honey Skirt Steak for all of those that have asked. Told you it is easy! A great before-dinner treat or side dish. If done right, this will blow your socks off. The skirt will have a honey glaze complemented with a nice horseradish sauce. Very easy, very fast, and a load of complements to follows. Horsey Sauce is to your preferred taste. I prefer to cut the horseradish with mayo instead of sour cream - I like a sharper flavor to my sauce. Sour cream could be used, of course."
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1 (1/2 pound)
trimmed beef skirt steak
ground black pepper, divided
honey, or to taste - divided
I had never tasted a steak that was anything like this before. It still has strong steak flavor but the ingredients that go with it just don't make it amazing. I wasn't a fan but my husband loves steak and appreciates any steak put on the table.
This was really good. it will play well as an appetizer or finger food at a party. It went well as a main dish at dinner. Definitely make the horseradish sauce to go with it. While the sweetness from the honey was subtle, it was noticeable. For my 16 year old son, it was too sweet, for the highly sensitive to sweet me, I barely noticed it. Left overs were good with eggs the next morning.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Skirt Steak Appetizer with Horsey Sauce
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 57
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