I made this one night for about 12 people, so I had to double what I am putting down here. it was a huge hit. Serve these bad boys with grilled street corn and spanish rice. They are sure to be a hit!!!!
-12 corn tortillas
-1 large flank steak
-1/2 tbsp each of smoked paprika, chilli powder, oregano, thyme
-1 tsp each salt and pepper (taste the blend and add more if needed.)
-2 tsp corainder
-1 bunch of cilantro (stems included. lots of flavour in those.)
-1 bunch parsley (stems also included.)
-zest and juice of 1 large lime, or 2 smaller limes.
-2 jalapeño peppers. for less heat, remove the seeds and ribs with a spoon.
-5 cloves garlic (i put garlic in everything. feel free to scale down this number.)
-1/2 of a small onion, rough chopped
-salt and pepper to taste. Add this in small amounts, taste the sauce and add more if needed.
-1/3-2/3c EVOO, or more if needed
-Combine all steak rub ingredients in a small bowl and rub ALL over that steak. Make 1/4″ slits with a knife AGAINST the grain of the steak, throw in a baggie and marinate for about 2 hours. (You can skip the marinating. But I wouldn’t.)
-Heat your grill to medium heat. Once hot, throw your steak on the grill. Do NOT touch it until you can easily flip it without the meat sticking to the grill. If it sticks to the grill, that side is not done. I cook mine about 7 mins per side to get a nice medium-rare to medium.
Flip the steak and cook on the other side.
-In a blender or food processor, add all chimichurri ingredients except for the EVOO. Process until finely chopped. Start adding in your oil 1/3c at a time. Blend and add until your desired consistency.
-Take your steak off the grill. Place on a cutting board, cover with foil and let it rest for about 7-10 minutes. While your steak is resting, throw your corn tortillas on the grill and warm them through.
-Cut your steak nice and thin against the grain, and on a hard angle. This will help ensure the steak is not chewy.
-Build your taco’s! Add your steak, chimichurri, guacamole if you want, some pico de gallo..anything! Delish!