This affordable cut is great for the grill, especially if you give it some time in a marinade first.
Tender flat iron steak is slowly smoked over a slow grill while being marinated with butter and Worcestershire sauce.
Philly cheesesteak made with flat iron steaks. Produces an authentic taste. Try with 3 ounces provolone instead of Cheese Wiz.
Very easy, sophisticated and versatile steak marinade, with a hint of spice from peppercorns.
This recipe maximizes the potential of Flat Iron Steak. Do not skip the egg yolks-- they are an important part of the recipe
Adam ate the apple, but he may well have wanted it to make this tangy steak.
Heat up this flat iron with a dose of chili powder.
Grab the nearest bottle of whiskey (you do have a nearby bottle of whiskey, don't you?) and make this simple no-cook marinade that gives your steak an extra hint of woody sweetness.
You've heard of K.I.S.S.: Keep It Simple, Stupid? Well, this is K.S.S.S.: Keep Steak Simple, Stupid.
The perfect breakfast steak. Coffee, protein, a little bit of spice. All you need is the weather report.
A extra-peppery sauce gives flat iron steak a spicy crust.
Add both tart and sweet to your steak with this simple rub.
Celebrate one of America's first industries when you cut into this maple-marinated steak.
Bite into this steak for a rush of flavor, including the sweet taste of honey.
A spicy grilled steak you might eat before a fight (or before asking for a raise)--the Greeks believe thyme imbued men with courage.
A spicy, tender grilled steak, with the flavors of chili powder, pepper, garlic and lime.
A simple grilled steak, finished off with a spicy, delicious butter mixture.
Don't dirty an extra dish for your salad. Just put it on top of your flat iron steak as it grills.
Say "adios" to flavorless steak. This delicious, tender cut is flavored with lime and cerveza. Inspired by CHEFMAN1965's "Cerveza-Lime Marinade for Beef Steaks."
A tender steak flavored with Ireland's best export (other than U2). Inspired by Boomdog02's "Grilled 'Stout' Skirt Steak."