This is one of the easiest dishes I have EVER made. A few people sent me an email after I posted a picture of this dish the other night requesting more details on how to make it. I am embarrassed to say it barely warrants a recipe, but here it is for the insistent ones. Take good hanger steak, also known as onglet, and cut it into say two inch wide slices. Cut and marinate just enough meat for the number of people eating at that meal. I cut four pieces, or around 1.4 pounds worth, and well, that was a bit much for two. Then put it in a plastic zip lock bag, add say 1.5 tablespoons of kikkoman soy sauce, say 1 heaping tablespoon of homemade tamarind puree or paste, a half tablespoon of balsamic vinegar and a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce. Add some freshly cracked black pepper, a bit of salt and smush this all together and let it sit in the fridge for two hours or so. Heat up a cast iron pan or the grill if you are doing other items, then sear the meat and cook it to the desired state. I seared for about 2 minutes on one side, flipped it over and stuck it in a 375F oven for say 5 more minutes. Let it rest for a few minutes (say 5-7 minutes) and slice against the grain and serve. Quick, easy and incredibly delicious for the tiniest amount of effort.
We had this with a large green salad. But honestly, I could have easily eaten this with several cups of rice. :)