Your comment may need to be approved before it will appear on the site. Thanks for waiting. First time commenting? Please review the Comment Policy.
Made these last week. And they were very good! I’m making them again today,.
These were delicious! I’m pregnant and usually stay away from meat, but I wanted to eat the whole 2 pounds by myself. Will definitely be making these again.
My go to recipe for Skirt & Hanger steak. Easy and quick. I must confess though I do not take the time to skewer the Skirt any longer (too lazy). 5 stars. Thanks!
Made this again tonight for one of our dinners in on our beach vacation. So so good. And it was super easy. I made the marinade at home before we traveled. Sliced up the steak today before we left for the beach. All we had to do at dinner time was skewer and grill. ❤️❤️❤️
I just have to say I made this for a picnic on the beach, and it was amazing.i just wanted to eat all of them. I had all of the ingredients. It is so simple and I love the sweet taste. I can’t wait to look at you other recipes. Thanks.
Strange question…I want to make these for my parents but their grill is terrible. Do you think I could cook them at my home, cover in foil, and still enjoy the yumminess an hour later? Or is there a decent way to reheat them so they won’t be overcooked?
Hi Amanda, sure! These skirt steak skewers reheat really well.
I was really surprised by how good this was! So flavorful.
Hello Elsie, this is Donna in Forney, Tx. I want to thank you for explaining how to cut the skirt steak against the grain. I finally got it! The pictures are what really helped. I feel I can cook the steak successfully this time and enjoy it tender instead of tough.
Made these skirt steak skewers for dinner tonight. They’re fabulous!! Everyone commented on how tasty they were. The marinade imparts such wonderful flavor and will make this again and again. Thanks, Elise!
A salad would go good with this I think. Any suggestions about dressings?
I serve this with the Pioneer Woman’s Asian Noodle Salad. Very nice.
There are super easy and excellent. Added bonus – I took a few out of the fridge the next day, placed them in my toaster oven and hit toast. In 3 mins they were hot, crisp and delicious.
I can’t recall seeing skirt steak at the grocery store. What is skirt steak?
David, it’s the same meat used to make carne asada with. Hope this helps.
My husband and I loved this recipe. I didn’t have soy sauce so I used worchestire sauce and it was still great! I did marinate the beef in 2 T of baking soda and 1/2 c water for 1/2 hour before, then rinsed, then used the regular marinade. It is supposed to make the meat tender and it was.
I made these for my toddler’s birthday party and they were a HUGE hit. I used about 6lbs of meat and I think the crowd would’ve appreciated much more. A great recipe. I will use again for sure.
Do you think this would serve well not skewered? Id like to leave it whole and slice as served. Also, can i marinade a day or two or is that too long?
Hi Jessica, sure! Just make sure you slice it across the grain. I think marinating the steak for a day or two is too long. The acid in the marinade will start breaking down the meat. It’s already tender, so you don’t need that. But try it and see if it works for you!
Tried this recipe tonight.. Doubled it for almost four lbs of steak.. There wasn’t one left after I put them out for our yearly Christmas tree decorating party! DELICIOUS!! Thank you!
Hi Kristen, I’m so gald you liked them!
I made these a few months back for the 1st time and they were a huge hit! So much so … that my husband requested them for Christmas dinner instead of our usual prime rib roast. Now don’t get me wrong … we still love a good prime rib but what better way to tease our New England friends than by showing them our outdoor grilled Christmas dinner. Love this recipe JUST the way it is! Delicious … you cannot go wrong with this one! Merry Christmas :)
Heyyy! Don’t you think we don’t get that grill out in a snow storm out here! Because we do and it’s wicked excellent! :) This recipe is so delicious by the way…looking forward to filling the cold air with delicious grilling smells here in Maine this upcoming season…yum!!!
Tried this recipe for my first time making Kabobs and my family and I loved them! They were definitely a Labor Day Hit!!! Thanks for sharing.
Making this again tonight. Elise, would it be ok to marinate the steak for more than 2 hours, or would that break down the meat too much?
Hi Amber, you can marinate it overnight if you want! The steak will be fine. There’s only a tablespoon of vinegar in the marinade and it’s acid that breaks down the meat.
Would any steak sliced this way work?
Hi Karen, if you can see a grain in a steak, you should always cut across it. That will help tenderize the meat. As for using any cut for this particular recipe? You can try it, but skirt steak works the best. The fat marbling helps keep the steak wonderfully tender and juicy.