Artichoke Skirt Steak Salad

Chaia Frishman Recipe By
  • Cook & Prep: 35 m
  • Serving: 6
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When I played with this recipe, my family knew they would be getting different variations of it. I served it every week for a month, tweaking it to perfection. Since skirt steak is a bit of a luxury item, we save this for Shabbos Mevarchim or Yom Tov. I sometimes choose to keep the peppers raw. My family knows to leave me a good portion of the artichokes. How is that for love?

Ingredients (7)

Main ingredients

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Make the Meat and Marinade

Yields 4 main dish servings or 6-8 salad servings.

  1. Soak skirt steak in the teriyaki ginger sauce for half an hour. Remove from marinade but do not discard marinade.

  2. Grill skirt steak for four and a half minutes on each side, depending on the thickness. (If it’s really thin, then no more than four minutes on each side.) Transfer to a baking pan and tent with foil for 10 minutes to let it cook to desired tenderness. (I like it medium rare.)

  3. Brush artichokes and red pepper with marinade and grill two minutes on each side. Set aside.

  4. Heat remaining marinade in a small saucepan until it comes to a boil. Add one tablespoon hot water and remove from heat.

Note:

In place of the teriyaki ginger sauce use 1 and 1/2 cups sesame teriyaki sauce + 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger, or 1 and 1/2 cups sesame teriyaki sauce + 1 cube frozen ginger.

 

In place of the frozen artichoke bottoms use 1 (11–14-oz) (300-400 g) can or jar of artichoke bottoms, drained and thoroughly rinsed to remove brine.

 

Assemble the Salad

  1. Cut the artichokes into chunks and place in a salad bowl.

  2. Slice grilled skirt steak into pieces and mix with greens and peppers.

  3. Drizzle salad with boiled marinade, a drop of olive oil, and a sprinkle of sea salt till salad is dressed but not soaked.

     

Tip:

To add some extra crunch and flavor, toss in French’s fried onions.

Credits

Photography: Lisa Monahan.

Food Styling: Chanie Nayman.

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  • Ahuva Fruchter

    Artichoke Skirt Steak Salad

    substitute

    I love skirt steak, but it's a little pricey, like you said in your post. What would be another great protein to pair with artichokes and this marinade?
    Posted by Jenny |January 27, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    I have a skirt steak palate with a hamburger budget. That said, I don't use a lot of skirt steak so it's not as bad as you might think. I also buy it on sale and freeze it in one pound strips so I can always make it. But when I don't have it, or even just want to change it up, I use dark meat cutlets. You will see as other recipes get posted it's my favorite go to protein. Juicy and lean (my butcher does a great job cleaning it) it pairs so well with artichokes and this marinade. Good luck!
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 27, 2017
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  • Ahuva Fruchter

    Artichoke Skirt Steak Salad

    substitute

    I love skirt steak, but it's a little pricey, like you said in your post. What would be another great protein to pair with artichokes and this marinade?
    Posted by Jenny |January 27, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    I have a skirt steak palate with a hamburger budget. That said, I don't use a lot of skirt steak so it's not as bad as you might think. I also buy it on sale and freeze it in one pound strips so I can always make it. But when I don't have it, or even just want to change it up, I use dark meat cutlets. You will see as other recipes get posted it's my favorite go to protein. Juicy and lean (my butcher does a great job cleaning it) it pairs so well with artichokes and this marinade. Good luck!
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 27, 2017
    0

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