Long and flat, skirt steak is perfect for making fajitas. You'll find recipes to make this popular Tex-Mex dish plus other broiling, grilling, and skillet ideas for skirt steak in this collection.See Popular Skirt Steak Recipes
If your beets come with greens still attached, use them in place of the Swiss chard. Spinach is another great substitute for chard.
Use a scorching hot skillet to ensure that the steak gets a great sear (without added oil).
Make your steak and Caesar meal even more nutritious by topping things off with a Greek yogurt-based salad dressing.
Here's an easy-to-make, smoky chipotle cheese sauce that compliments the flavor of grilled steak. It's a great dish for guests, but it's so easy, it's great for every day too.
Here's a hearty salad that's sure to satisfy...it's like an upscale taco salad made with grilled marinated skirt steak served over lettuce with cheese, tomatoes, and olives.
Your dinner or picnic crowd will go wild for this speedy, satisfying and antioxidant-packed steak and kale salad.
Skirt steak, nicely marbled with fat, takes well to marinades, like this simple mix of herbs and garlic. Mario Batali accents the grilled meat with a sauce made with more herbs and garlic, plus capers and anchovies; he likes to make his salsa verde superthick.
"I love thinking of alternatives to classic steak and potatoes," says Michael Schwartz. His Mediterranean-inspired skirt-steak salad is a wonderful mix of just-seared slices of beef, cool and crisp fennel, chewy fregola (the Sardinian dot-shaped pasta), and juicy oranges, finished with a drizzle of briny black olive tapenade.
Prepared Italian sauce is the secret ingredient that makes this steak, mushroom and onion skillet really tasty...served with mozzarella garlic bread, the dish becomes irresistible.
Skirt steak is a quick-cooking cut of meat, known for its flavor, but it can be tough. No worries, though. A simple marinade easily tenderizes the meat, which you can prep the night before and let rest in the refrigerator.
At Xochitl, this grilled steak is served with a side of creamy corn and poblanos, as well as roasted butternut squash and spiced pinto beans. The corn, made rich and tangy with sour cream, is a delightful accompaniment to the grilled skirt steak all on its own. Drop the butternut squash and the spiced pinto beans, which are substantial enough to serve as a main course.
Skirt steak and chicken strips are marinated in a coconut milk and lemongrass mixture, then grilled and served with a peanut dipping sauce in this dinner recipe.
These skirt teaks need only a quick soak in the sesame-ginger marinade. Serve the grilled steak with a flavorful sauce made from the leftover marinade.
This main dish salad is better than takeout with its fresh ingredients and crave-worthy flavors. Try it the next time your family needs an escape from the standard dinner fare.
Beef fajitas made easy with skirt steak, colorful peppers, onions, spices, and zesty Ro*Tel tomatoes for a quick weeknight meal.
A rose may be a rose, but, a steak is definitely not just a steak. There's your prime rib, your skirt steak ... juicy and flavorful, true.
The savory mushroom and sherry sauce dresses up skirt steak making it perfect for any occasion.