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    Question Round steak, thinly sliced: recipes???

    Last night I sliced a couple of pounds of top round on the grain and am in search for a new recipe. I have my go-to favorites, Beef stroganoff at the top, but would like some inspiration.
    I often use it in place of high quality beef , stir frying, and putting aside till the rest of the ingredients and all cooked and returning at last minute.
    BTW: I bought two packets on sale and the other one was dry and tasteless. It started as stew but I cut it down till bite pieces to make a good soup. I guess you get what you pay for.

    Any recipe recommendations?

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    Could you make Satay's? Or steak salad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookieee View Post
    Could you make Satay's? Or steak salad?
    Both are great thoughts. I am not fond of the peanut sauce and would look for a different dipping sauce. It's beautiful out today for grilling.

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    Bul go gi? CL had a good recipe a few years ago
    "Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
    Use an egg carton like everyone else and stop being such a poser." - The Little Book of Wrong Shui

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    I've always wanted to make Philly cheesesteaks. I've never tried it, but here is a yummy looking CL recipe.

    Philly Cheesesteaks/

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    Thank you all. I have bought lots of ingredients to go Thai.
    Gilgamesh: I have a recipe close to yours that one one of my go-to choices. I saute onions and mushrooms to combine - love the Korean blend of ginger, garlic, soy. My recipe won blue ribbon at NYS Fair for best Low carb dish.
    Philly steaks - used to make them often

    Review: I marinated the beef in the wonderful bath of flavor before I grilled it on a cedar plank and combined with grilled mushrooms. Flavor was wonderful but the beef was tough. At least it was thin sliced.
    I am going to put the left overs in the crockpot with some sherry and add a few mild veggies and serve over rice.
    Last edited by margeslp; 05-18-2013 at 03:15 AM.

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    Here is the steak salad recipe I tweeked. My problem as I stated was this was poor quality beef. I loved all the mint in this recipe:
    Thai beef salad
    Don't serve this dish just as an appetizer because it's delicious any time. Using fairly common ingredients, this recipe is quick and easy with little clean up.
    1-lb decent quality steak, sirlion or other
    10(or more) "prik kee noo" (fresh hot Thai chile peppers), slice crosswise very thin(or substitute jalepenos or serrano chiles,minced)
    2 large cloves garlic, sliced crosswise very thin
    1 Tbsp. sugar
    5 Tbsp. fish sauce
    5 Tbsp. fresh squeezed lime juice(1 medium size lime)
    1 head Bibb or Boston; or 1 heart of Romaine
    12 sprigs fresh mint(optional), remove the leaves and discard the stems
    1/2 Hot House cucumber or 1 small cucumber(seeds removed), peeled and sliced thin
    2 to 3 shallots, sliced crosswise very thin or 1 small red onion, sliced very thin
    3 or 4 sprigs cilantro, stems removed
    Grill or broil the steak until medium-rare. Trim off any fat. Cool and slice thin, into pieces approx. 2 inches across and 1/8 inch thick.
    Mix garlic, chiles, fish sauce, lime juice, and sugar in a small bowl. Add the sliced meat and toss with the cucumbers and shallots. Taste and add more fish sauce if desired.
    Make a bed of the lettuce on a serving plate. Place the beef on top. Garnish with cilantro. Serves 2 to 3 as an appetier or as part of a meal.

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    Thats my go to for braising in the crock

    Love these recipes for that

    Korean Beef Tacos

    http://crockpot365.blogspot.ca/2011/...eef-tacos.html

    French Dip Sandwiches

    http://crockpot365.blogspot.ca/2008/...andwiches.html

    I also love making Bibimbap, which I would also use thinly sliced beef for

    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/fo...-Home-51140460

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