SRC Reveal, Orange Ginger Steak

Orange Ginger steak Marinade

Orange Ginger Steak, a great citrus inspired meal.

This month’s Secret Recipe Club assignment found me browsing Jane’s Adventures in Dinner.

Jane is a proud Canadian who started her blog while on maternity leave. Jane’s blog is a great find for me because it’s chock full of savory recipes. This made my selection difficult. Loving all things citrus, and being crazy busy at work these days, I needed something easy so chose her Orange Ginger Short Rib recipe. When things slow down a bit next on the list will be her Individual Bacon Nachos and after that her homemade Egg Rolls and then the Corn and Bacon Chowder …I think you get the picture.

For the Orange Ginger recipe, Jane used short ribs, which my grocery store failed to offer, so I grabbed a trusty flank steak and went to work. The end result is a wonderful fresh flavor and the orange and ginger flavor really shined for a mid-winter meal. A side of creamy poblano mashed potatoes and it was a wonderful dinner.

Let’s take a look.

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SRC Reveal, Orange Ginger Steak
  • ½ cup maple syrup
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • zest and juice of 1 orange
  • ½ inch of grated ginger
  • ¼ cup walnut oil
  • 1 tsp of crushed chili flakes
  • 1 pound flank steak
  1. Combine all ingredients and place in a gallon sized Zip Lock bag. Let marinade for at least 4 hours. Remove steak from bag and broil about 7 minutes per side. Remove steak from oven and tent with foil for 10 minutes before slicing.

Orange Ginger Steak…It’s What’s for Dinner.

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  1. says

    Oh, yum – that looks so flavorful and delicious. I was assigned your blog this month and it was such a treat to look through your recipes – so many amazing and delicious choices.

    • says

      Thanks Heather. I think Flank steak can be rather finicky. This piece was a little tougher than some. But nonetheless, it’s an easy fix. Thanks for stopping by and the comment.

  2. says

    wow… perfect looking steak, cooked just right …. and like the orange ginger flavor idea…
    – now I just have to wonder, did the walnut oil make a big difference? you see, I have never cooked with it, so I am not being a smarty here, my guess is that it is delicate and would be better in a dressing than a marinade.

  3. says

    Yep, citrus and ginger reels me in, too. I happen to have open walnut oil (and will now put it in the fridge). :) I love everything about that marinade and the poblano mashed potatoes sound divine.

  4. says

    Leave it to a Canadian to have a wonderful recipe that includes maple syrup :) Flank steak is a favorite on the grill in the summer. This sounds great!

  5. says

    This reminds me of an orange beef dish I like to order when I am out to eat– never thought to make it at home but now I can. Thanks, Lea Ann!

    • says

      Thanks for stopping by and the comment. This is a good marinade and surprising how the flavors really soak up into the meat. I’m heading over now to take a look at that soup.

  6. says

    I really need to stop browsing your site, you make me want to try everything. Man, I got a thing for citrus (as you know). And a little spice and some ginger…did you just pick me up off the floor? cause I think I fainted.

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