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The tart acid and slight heat in the sauce brighten up the grilled meat and just keeps you coming back for more. This recipe should be enough for dinner for 4 people or 3 lbs. of flat iron or skirt steak.
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Marinate 2-3 lbs. skirt steak or flat iron steak over night. Reserve the other half for serving. Remove the steak approximately 30 minutes before grilling. Grill to medium rare. Watch the meat just disappear! Enjoy!