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Balsalmic glazed steak?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by AndABeer, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. AndABeer

    AndABeer Proud pappy

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    There's a couple places in town that serve a balsalmic glazed steak. Kind of a sweet/sour/spicy crust encasing a nice medium rare piece of tenderloin. Unfortunately it seems to be a specialty item that is hit or miss on availability. I'd love to figure out that crust recipe. Thoughts? Suggestions? Anyone?
     
  2. PirateShot

    PirateShot CalmerThanYou

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    Sounds really good to me. I use Mr. Yoshida's marinade on all my steaks and it leaves a nice crust as well, not to mention making the steak taste like the best I've ever had.
     

  3. sheglocker

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    I do this recipe with salmon at home. First, sprinkle s&p on the meat, then saute with olive oil. Use a skillet that can be placed in the oven. Mix up soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, and honey to taste, then add to the pan once the meat is almost completely cooked. Place the skillet in the oven and broil (not too close, or it'll burn), turning once, for a few minutes.