Black Angus Beef Flank Steak
- Born and raised on U.S. Family farms
- Wet aged a minimum of 21 days to ensure full flavor and a tender bite
- Low fat trim
- Premium beef with superior quality, tenderness and taste
Grilling is the best way to cook flank steak, but you can also pan-sear it in a skillet or broil it in your oven. The real trick is to keep your flank steak grill time to a minimum; this lean cut is best cooked rare, medium-rare, or medium. While you can marinate the steak with so many different kinds of marinades, I often find myself simply pan searing it with oil, salt and pepper. Just rub both sides with the oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. It is very easy and highlights the beefy flavor of the steak.