Flank steak is savory, just a bit of spicy and when grilled and combined with tacos, it makes a perfect crunchy freshness leaving you mouth watering.
This dish is easy and quick to cook without much to do.
Koreans love to try something different and thus makes use cabbage and other vegetables.
All you need for this dish is some Korean beef flank steak which should be already cut into 3inch wide pieces, vegetable oil for greasing the grill, some 6inch flour tortillas, a cup cabbage kimchi accompanied with finely chopped cilantro, carrots, onions, and scallions. Also keep aside some soy sauce, brown sugar, sesame oil, pepper, garlic cloves, and coriander.
Prepare the marinade for the steak, by adding a bit of vinegar, sugar, soy sauce, cilantro, sesame oil, garlic, jalapeños, black pepper, and coriander and whisk all the ingredients well. Place the steak in the marinade and coat well. Preferably you should keep the marinated steak overnight and refrigerate it to get better results. Or another way round can be by marinating for at least 20-30 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare your outdoor grill for direct heat at medium flame. Butter the tray with vegetable oil and remove the steak from the marinade and start grilling. Turn the steak through half way cooking for 10-12 minutes giving 5-6 minutes for each side so it becomes grilled completely and soft from inside. If you don’t have a griller you can also broil it in the oven for about 12-15minutes. After grilling remove it and keep it aside on a cutting board, cover up loosely with a foil wrap and let it rest for a few minutes. While the steak rests, toss a bit of scallion in a pan and prepare tacos to be served with them. In a bowl, mix together chopped cabbage, carrots, onions and maybe, a bit of cilantro too. Now grill the tacos but just for a minute or two till they are a bit warmed and transfer it to the bowl and cover them to keep warm or you can also fry them but just at a very low flame.
Now slide the steaks against the grain, down the center and you will have two halves and toss with all the collected juices. Now serve the scallion tacos with grilled steak and the dish is ready to get into your taste buds! For more flavors, you can also make a sesame chili sauce.
Kimchi is one of the most beloved Korean side dish made from fermented vegetables which is full of different flavors, a little tangy, a little spicy, and a combining perfectly with vibrantly flavored tacos. You can also add up marinated cucumbers, or fresh radish and tomatoes for crunch and clean flavor, too.
This is a kind of recipe from which you never get enough of it, always looking for more and more. This dish is rich in carbohydrates and proteins along with some amount of sodium and calcium. So what are you waiting for? Put on your chef’s hat and start cooking!
You can make them easily at home and not bother to go out to eat.