RECIPE TITLE "Tex-Mex Flank Steak and Vegetables"
source: Cooking Light magazine August 2001
Chipotle salsa - both a key ingredient in the marinade and a condiment
for the meat and vegetables - has a smokier, more full-bodied flavor
than regular tomato salsa. Marinating the vegetables in a zip-top
plastic bag eliminates cleanup - you can just throw the bag away.
Because the steak has to marinate from four hours to overnight in
order to tenderize and absorb flavor, you'll need to start this
recipe ahead of time.
1/2 cup bottled chipotle salsa (such as Pace)
2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
4 (1/4-inch-thick) slices red onion (about 1 large)
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 red bell pepper, quartered and seeded
1 yellow bell pepper, quartered and seeded
1 (1-pound) flank steak, trimmed
8 (7-inch) flour tortillas
1/4 cup bottled chipotle salsa
2 tablespoons minced fresh cilantro
Combine first 7 ingredients in a large zip-top plastic bag. Seal
and marinate in refrigerator 4 hours or overnight, turning occasionally.
Prepare grill or broiler.
Remove the steak and vegetables from bag; discard marinade. Place
the steak and the vegetables on grill rack or broiler pan coated
with cooking spray; cook 7 minutes on each side or until desired
degree of doneness. Cut steak diagonally across the grain into thin
slices. Cut peppers into thin strips. Cut onion slices in half.
Warm tortillas according to package directions. Divide steak, bell
peppers, and onion evenly among tortillas; roll up. Top each serving
with 1 tablespoon chipotle salsa and 1 1/2 teaspoons cilantro. Serve
NUTRITION PER SERVING
CALORIES 547(26% from fat); FAT 16.1g (sat 5.6g,mono 7.3g,poly 1.5g);
PROTEIN 33.9g; CHOLESTEROL 59mg; CALCIUM 73mg; SODIUM 685mg; FIBER
5.5g; IRON 6.3mg; CARBOHYDRATE 65.5g
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