Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Steak ala Nonna

Great recipe to share, from my mother-in-law Nonna, which means Grandma in Italian.  This is a great way to make a normal size steak feed an entire family.  We've had it twice this summer, after sirloin was on sale for $3.99 a pound.  Not before!

You'll need:
A plate sized steak: skirt, sirloin, whatever.  Better without a bone.
Fresh garlic - I used 3 cloves - chopped
EEVO - about 1/4 cup or more
Chili sauce - about 1/4 - 1/2 cup
Red wine - about 1/4 to 1/2 cup
Soy Sauce - about 3T
Wor Sauce - about 1 T

In a small sauce pan, heat the EVOO.  Add the garlic and cook slightly but don't brown.  Add the chili sauce, wine, soy, and wor. sauce.  Let this simmer while the alcohol cooks off.
Meanwhile, grill the steak to medium.  When it's done, let it rest for just a moment, then slice against the grain and put slices on a platter.  Pour the hot marinade over.  DIG IN!


Fran said...

That sounds great! It will be a long time before I eat something like that again. *sigh*

SkylersDad said...