Recipe by J. D. Tyre
"Northern Italian recipe with beef and vegetables over linguini."
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dry white wine
1 (1 1/2-pound)
beef flank steak
1 (12 ounce) package
uncooked linguine pasta
Vidalia onion, wedged
sliced portobello mushrooms
salt and ground black pepper to taste
ripe tomatoes, cut into wedges
grated Asiago cheese
Well, I had everything on hand, so decided to make this MOST delicious dish, let me say, it was awesome!!!! Husband is picky, and he LOVED it too! I used skirt steak, also used the marinade in the sauce, and subbed broccoli for the shrooms as my husband dosen't like shrooms! I had angel hair, x-tra cheese is a must always, but we will definetly be amking this wonderful dish again & again!!!! Thanks to whomever submitted it!!!!!!!!!!
Edible, but won't make again. Followed the recipe almost exactly (omitted the tomatoes, added a shallot and a few more spices at the end). Very one-dimensional in flavor. The wine is overpowering in the meat; perhaps rubbing it with a mixture of the mustard, W. sauce, Italian seasoning, and lemon juice would have been better as a marinade. I found myself scrambling at the end to add some seasonings to save the dish from complete boredom. Luckily, the Asiago helped a lot, but the recipe shouldn't have relied on the cheese to "make" it.
Simply amazing. This was much better than I envisioned .. usually pasta dishes have a creamy sauce .. this was delightful. I scaled it down to 2 .. still found I only needed 1/4 lb flank versus the 3/4 lb it scaled down to. I had no idea how many portobello mushrooms were required for 1 cup so I just used 2. I wish I had added 1 whole tomato (as instructed) instead of half - will do that next time. And there WILL BE a next time!! Yum!
The recipe tasted great, smelled great and me look like the chef I never tried to be, To add a personal flare and taste to the beef I tried a flavored liqour such as Barcardi O (citris rum) to give it a slight twang instead of the dry white wine.
I thought this recipe was very easy and flavorful. I was afraid of the recipe list because I thought it would be a budget buster, but it turned out to be not so bad. I added some balsamic vinegar when I added mushrooms, which I think improves the flavor. I would definitely try to thicken the sauce next time though, perhaps with some cornstarch. I used strip steaks, I would double the amount of meat called for if you're feeding a family, but the marinade was great and the meat was tender. The whole dish was very unique and certainly worth my while.
I used this recipe as a base for a pasta dish. Instead of the flank steak, I cooked sweet sausage in olive oil, then tossed in mushrooms, onions, garlic then followed along. It came out great!
this recipe was absolutely delicious! I made it for my co-workers and it was a hit!!!
I thought this was O.K. The redeeming part was the asiago cheese at the end. Too watery. Just not all that fabulous though my husband loved the flavor. Won't make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 242
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