Mexican flank steak with mock tamales
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Mexican flank steak with mock tamales
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:53:05 AM. Recipe ID 14864. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Mexican flank steak with mock tamales
 Categories: Mexican, Beef, Sauces
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
  1 1/2 lb Beef flank steak
    1/3 c  Fresh lemon juice
    1/3 c  Extra virgin olive oil
      6 tb Minced jalapeno peppers
      1 tb Minced fresh cilantro
      1 ts Salt
      1 ts Fresh ground black pepper
      1    Linda's Salsa Sauce
      1    Mock tamales
           Fresh lemon slices
           Jalapeno peppers
           Cilantro sprigs

MMMMM--------------------LINDA'S SALSA SAUCE-------------------------
      2    Tomatoes, peeled
      3 lg Cloves garlic, peeled
      2    Plum tomatoes finely
           Chopped
      3    Plum tomatoes, coarsely
           Chopped
      3    Jalapeno peppers, thin
           Sliced
    1/4 c  Coarsely chopped fresh
           Cilantro
      1 tb Fresh lemon juice
      1 ts Freshly ground black pepper

MMMMM------------------------MOCK TAMALES-----------------------------
      1 c  ( 4 oz.) grated sharp
           Cheddar cheese
      1 c  Muenster cheese
      2 tb Minced green onion with
           Tops
      6    7" flour tortillas
      6    8 by 12" pieces of foil
 
  Place beef flank steak in utility dish.Combine lemon juice,olive
  oil,jalapeno peppers,cilantro,salt and pepper; pour over
  steak,turning to coat.Cover and refrigerate 6 to 8 hours or
  overnight.Prepare Linda's Salsa Sauce and Mock tamales.Remove steak
  from marinade and place on grid over medium coals;reserve
  marinade.Place mock tamales around edge of grill.Grill steak 12 to 15
  minutes to desired doneness, turning once and
  basting,occasionally,with marinade. Turn tamales halfway through
  cooking time.Place steak and tamales on serving platter.Spoon 1/4 cup
  Linda's Salsa Sauce over tamales.Garnish platter with lemon
  slices,jalapeno peppers and cilantro sprigs.Carve steak across the
  grain into thin slices.Serve with remaining Salsa Sauce.Serves 6.
  
  Linda's Salsa Sauce: Process 2 tomatoes,hull and tough skin removed
  and 3 large cloves garlic,peeled,in food processor or blender until
  pulverized.Combine tomato mixture,2 plum tomatoes finely chopped;3
  plum tomatoes,coarsely chopped,3 jalapeno peppers,thin sliced;1/4 cup
  coarsely chopped fresh cilantro; 1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice;and 1 tsp.
  freshly ground black pepper. Refrigerate,covered,1 hour or overnight
  to blend flavors.Makes 2 cups.
  
  Mock Tamales: Combine 1 cup ( 4 oz.) EACH: grated sharp Cheddar
  cheese and Muenster cheese and 2 tbsp. minced green onion with
  tops.Divide mixture evenly and put in center of each of 6 - 7" flour
  tortillas.Fold bottom side of tortilla over filling.Fold two sides
  over filling;then fold top side over filling,envelope fashion.Wrap
  each tortilla in 8 by 12" piece of foil,twisting each end.Makes 6.
 




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Recipe ID 14864 (Apr 03, 2005)

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