Recipe by BadLittleChef
"A delicious marinade for flank steak blending the flavors of crushed coriander seed, lime juice, and soy sauce. This marinade can be used well with other meats as well. Serve over rice or shredded Chinese cabbage and red pepper slices."
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coriander seeds, coarsely cracked
firmly packed dark brown sugar
1 1/2 pounds
Very delicious. I cooked it in the wok instead of the oven, since mine is not working. It was fantastic. I would make it again.
This was delicious! I subbed lemon juice for lime juice (because I didn't have any lime handy). I cooked left over london broil in the sauce on the stove top... and everyone loved it - including my 3 yr old and 6 yr old.
Loved this simple flavorful recipe. Our grocer did not have flank steak so I got inside round marinating steak. The flank would probably have been better, but this was good. Other than reducing the recipe by half (for two people) and stir frying on high (in vegetable oil and a little sesame oil), I followed the recipe as written. My husband and I both loved the flavor. I marinated for a couple of hours, and served as shown in the photo...with fresh green beans and basmati rice. We both would have it again.
This is amazing. No need to broil, you can cook in a skillet over the stove. Amazing. Delicious. Would give 10 stars if possible.
Absolutely perfect! Delicious! Went well with the Asian Cucumber Salad also listed on All Recipes. Will make again for sure!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 44
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