I love trying new recipes. It is nice to spice things up once in awhile. In one month, my mom is having a couple from Hawaii stay with her. One of her guests is originally from Thailand, and I have always heard what a wonderful cook he is. I am looking forward to tasting some of his Thai cuisine. Thai cooking is one way to literally add spice to your life.
Do you ever wonder what to do with some of your cuts of grass fed beef? How many different recipes do you have for flank steak? I would assume not many. Here is a recipe for Thai-style flank steak from the Podchef.
In addition to a great recipe, he explains the differences between grass fed and grain fed beef. He also explains the best way to cook grass fed beef, including his opinions on marinades. Hopefully, you will learn something new from the Podchef.
Turning this recipe into a gluten-free dish is super simple. Exchange the soy sauce with wheat-free tamari sauce. That is it! Believe it or not, soy sauce is made with wheat while tamari is only made from soy. It doesn’t make sense.
Like he said, “Keep on cooking.” Hope you enjoy the recipe. Maybe you can prepare this dish for your someone special on Valentine’s Day.