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Hanger Steak - hello to an old friend

post #1 of 5
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The first time I heard of hanger steak is when I was working in a slaughter house to pay my way through college.

Saw them again during a recent trip to Restaurant Depot and got nostalgic. Seasoned with fresh ground s & p, then pressure vac marinated them in Ketjap sauce. Ready for the grill, seasoned with a wine/garlic seasoning from The Melting Pot and more pepper. Seared on both sides on the Weber gas grill then turned the heat down to finish cooking

Served up with some broccoli sautéed with soy sauce p, seasonings and toasted sesame seeds, and potato stacks with herbed coconut oil

Nice ending to a beautiful weekend.

post #2 of 5

Nice plate!

 

Looks fantastic!

 

Al

post #3 of 5

Looks great,,, BUT Hanger Steaks huh.gif?? What part,,, or are they called that cause they were hanging at the slaughter house?? 
 

Sorry, just never heard of that before 

 

DS

post #4 of 5
Looks tasty,never had one aren't they really flavorful?
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Originally Posted by b-one View Post

Looks tasty,never had one aren't they really flavorful?

They are very flavorful. Texture-wise, a little like skirt steak but a little more tender
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