This recipe takes a little bit of time to prepare but it has a very nice presentation. You can use skirt steak in place of flank steak also. I like to marinate the steak to tenderize it. The balsamic reduction sauce gives it a great flavor. My favorite way to prepare is to put on the grill, smoke it for 30 minutes and then cook for 20 minutes. I like it just pink to medium.
Start by preparing the marinade. Make the marinade, and pour it over flank steak in a large baggie. Refrigerate for a minimum of 3 hours.
In the meantime, cut the vegetables and set aside.
To assemble the flank steak with veggies, lay the flank steak out on a large cutting board. Place strips of vegetables and herbs in the center of the steak. Roll steak and secure with the wooden skewers.
Place on grill and cook 20-30 minutes or place in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes.
While steak is cooking, begin sautéing mushrooms with vinegar, broth,shallot and garlic. Add oil to skillet. Add the shallots and garlic until they turn soft and translucent. Add the chicken stock and stir. Allow to boil, and add mushrooms. Saute until mushrooms are soft.
Remove steak from oven or grill, let meat set 10 minutes. Remove the skewers and slice in 1½ inch slices with sharp knife. Top with balsamic mushrooms.
These muffins are moist and delicious. Eat them anytime for breakfast, lunch or a snack. Pumpkin is rich in beta-carotene which converts in the body to vitamin A. Chia seeds and coconut flour make this recipe very abundant in fiber.
This is a sweet treat that will take you by surprise. It is rich and silky smooth. It is actually a pretty healthy treat but does have honey and maple syrup. Experiment with the recipe and decrease the sweeteners to your taste. It is hard to believe that there are monounsaturated good fats in this delicious recipe. Top with coconut cream for an extra punch.
This is a hearty, very moist muffin that you can enjoy for breakfast or a snack. It is loaded with fiber from the almond flour and coconut. The muffins are best eaten warm with a little bit of honey drizzled over the top.