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My husband substituted bok choy for spinach- turned out great. Enjoyed the spice of the panko - knowing him he added way more garlic than was called for - it can't hurt.
Oo Oo! I haven't gotten my issue yet due to change of address. How's it made? I LOVE flank steak!
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Thanks for the review and tips. I have that one marked to try. Last night I made the honey mustard chicken with rice and kale. It was yummy. I thought my 9 yr old son would turn up his nose at it, but he didn't. He ate mainly the rice mixture, but didn't pick out the kale or peppers! Victory!
Just a little professional advice when using flank, you can tenderize it but it wont soften the texture too much. The trick is in how you cut it. Flank always needs to be thinly sliced across the grain prior to plating. If not cut across the grain it is extremely tough.
Another hit from this issue! The only problem is that the flank steak is a bit on the tough side. Next time I'll buy my flank steak at the Hispanic grocery store and ask them to tenderize it for me.
My entire family enjoyed it, except for my 8 yo - she thought the panko filling was a bit on the spicy side (it called for red pepper flakes, I guess the 1/4 tsp. was too much for her - I'll adjust next time)
I served it with roasted sweet potatoes & quinoa with lots of sauted veggies in it.
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