Skirt steak is simple, full of flavor

04/4/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Often overlooked in favor of filets and other fancy cuts, chefs are finally showing some love for the skirt steak. The steak's naturally rich flavor is delicious when sprinkled with just a few dashes of salt and pepper, and its lack of heavy fat and bones make it easy and quick to prepare. Chef and cookbook author Elizabeth Karmel noted that before it became popular with chefs and diners, many butchers enjoyed skirt steak's lesser status because it meant there was more to take home for their own families.

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