Fast Fire Flank Steak Recipe
This Post May Contain Affiliate Links. Please Read my Disclosure Policy.
Fast Fire Flank Steak recipe that will have all your guests asking for seconds and thirds.
Today I sharing a family favorite recipe called, Fast Fire Flank Steak.
To make the meal feel special, I set the table with my stash of outdoor tableware.
What I love about this recipe for flank steak is that, not only is it delicious, but the prep work is done one day in advance so it can marinate.
This give you more time to enjoy your guests on the day you serve it.
Since it goes on the grill, it also means less pans to have to wash after dinner.
While we waited for the flank steak to cook, we celebrated the weekend.
A picnic style meal with a fancy touch.
Once the flank steak was done and sliced..
We ate before the sun began to set. To keep the white burlap table runner from blowing off the table, I secured it at each end of the table with white thumb tacks.
Whenever we make the flank steak recipe we always make more than we know we will need since the leftovers make delicious sandwiches for lunch the next day.
Once we ate dinner, we enjoyed more champagne and watched the sun set over the lake.
We sat outside as long as possible, but the evening was perfect and the flank steak, delicious!
Fast Fire Flank Steak Recipe
This flank steak recipe is perfect to make for any occasion. It is a crowd pleaser.
Fast Fire Flank Steak
- 1-1/4 Pounds Trimmed Flank Steak
- 1-1/2 TBS brown sugar
- 1-1/2 TBS soy sauce
- 1 TBS medium dry sherry
- 1 TBS Asian sesame oil
- 2 TBS sesame seeds
- 2 tsp minced garlic
- 1 tsp ginger
- 2 scallions sliced 1/8″ thick
- 1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper
- oil For brushing grill
- 6 scallions (will be used as garnish) tips cut off
- Score flank steak with 1/8″cuts ( deep and apart) on both sides of flank steak.
- In a small bowl, whisk together brown sugar, soy sauce, sherry, sesame oil, sesame seeds, garlic, ginger, scallions and pepper.
- Marinade 24 hours or overnight.
- Grill for 3 minutes on each side for rare. Add more time to get meat to desired doneness.
- The steak tastes best when sliced very thinly. Place on serving dish and garnish with chopped grilled scallions.
You May Also Like These Family Favorite Recipes:
For those keeping sugar minimal, is there a preferred brown sugar substitute you’d recommend, or is this a recipe you don’t recommend to modify to consider the sugar in the marinade a modest treat?
Hi – I have never made the recipe without the brown sugar, but I think it will be OK since there is not that much of it. You may want to add a little more Asian Sesame Oil. This is what I think really makes the meat taste so good. I like to marinate it for at least 24 hours so the meat really has time to take on the flavor. I am going to have the last of the leftovers that I made over the weekend in a salad for lunch today.
Your post was so touching. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for sharing this lovely way to remember our dear mother’s.
Hi Nancy – I try to remember my mom and dad in many ways. They were the best and I miss them each and every day.
I love your hair, too. Thank you for sharing your picnic by the lake. The table decor is beautiful.
I can’t wait until we have nice weather here in the northwest. The high temp is still in the 50s here.
Hi Katy – Thanks about my hair. I really am loving it. I hope your weather warms up so you can get out and enjoy life outdoors. The east coast is in a warm spell this week. We may hit 90 on tomorrow and Friday. It is not too bad since there is no humidity yet. Once July and August come and the heavy humidity kicks in, I will be envious of your northwest weather.
That recipe looks wonderful and I am wondering if you have a recipe for that broccoli salad?
So nice to remember all the Moms that are no longer with us. You have a special touch for
everything you do including that beautiful table. Happy Mothers day to you.
Hi Diane –
My friend Gail made the broccoli salad. I asked her for it and she texted me a photo of the recipe. I will send it to your email.
Thanks so much for the recipe Diane & Gail!
BTW I forgot to mention I love your hair.
Hi Diane…. can i also get a copy of the recipe for that broccoli salad?
Hi Sherry –
My friend brought and made the broccoli salad that we had with the flank steak. Here is the link to the blog and recipe she used: https://bit.ly/3wbUtLR
She didn’t add the onions or the sugar and it was still very good. Enjoy and thanks for reading my blog.
I love your posts Diane! But I have to say what really got me this time was your picture. Your hair is fabulous! I am a little obsessed with women who go au natural with their beautiful hair as I am on the verge of making the leap myself. You look beautiful and I am so blessed to see your photo. Thank you for another positive reinforcement that this decision is a good one and I can just do it!
Hello. That recipe looks delicious. I will print a copy for my husband, the BBQ chef!
By the way, we love the light granola recipe you published a few weeks ago! We sprinkle it on yogourt and on top of other cereals. It adds a nice cinnamon flavour.