This Low Carb Recipe Will Spice Up Your Flank!
The other night, we were in the mood for a different, mouth-watering sauce and had some fresh flank steak waiting to be cooked so I decided to come up with a tasty sauce that had some OOMPH. When it comes to our taste buds, we love strong flavors, so a spicy, citrusy and acidic sauce was a must. Spicy generally goes well with sour because it helps keep that OOMPH going after the initial sour shock. We love a good burn!
After testing a few citrus/acidic ingredients and hot sauces, I landed on sriracha, lime and vinegar. Olive oil was added to help thicken the mixture a bit and add some fat. If you like spicy & sour and even a little bit of sweetness, I think you’ll find this low carb sauce has a great combination of flavors that complement flank steak very well. In fact, you may want to make a big batch of this sauce since you’ll likely run out the first day!
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