Steak Tacos with Chimichurri Sauce

 

Delicious Steak Taco recipe with Chimichurri Sauce

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Flank steak is marinated and grilled. Several sides are made: Cilantro Lime Chimichurri, Quick pickles (radish, onion, carrot or whatever you like), and a simple Pico de Gallo Salsa. Served with grilled onions or scallions, fresh grilled tortillas, crumbled cotija, lime wedges and Tapatio, the tacos are flavorful and delicious.

In a medium bowl, combine cumin, oil, salt, black pepper, and garlic. Add steak to bowl, rub spice mixture into meat, squeeze lime juice on top, and mix in onion. Refrigerate 30 minutes. Let the meat rest on a cutting board for 2 to 3 minutes before thinly slicing against the grain.

To plate: Place a small amount of the sliced flank steak inside of a corn tortilla shell and top off with 1 tablespoon of chimichurri sauce, caramelized onions, sliced avocado, and queso fresco. Chimichurri Sauce Add the cilantro, garlic, jalapeno (if using) vinegar, salt and pepper to a blender, and blend until combined, but don’t over process. Whisk in the olive oil.

Heat the corn tortillas in the microwave for about 30 seconds. In a medium bowl, toss the cabbage with the lime juice and ¼ teaspoon salt. Divide the steak, cabbage and chimichurri sauce evenly between the 12 tortillas. If the tortillas start to break while eating the tacos, double up on the tortillas. Steak Tacos with Chimichurri Sauce – Tender steak cooked to medium-rare perfection, piled up into soft tortillas, and topped with a super easy and fresh chimichurri sauce.

Add your favorite taco toppings, and voila! Dinner is served, and it’s never been more drool-worthy. Directions For the chimichurri: While the steak rests, place the cilantro leaves, onion, remaining 4 cloves garlic, juice of 1 lime, and remaining 1/3 cup vinegar to a blender and puree until.

Assembly: Slice your steak against the grain into long strips and build your tacos – steak, chimichurri, cotija, cilantro, red onion, and guacamole for good measure. Notes Chimichurri: 1 cup (packed) fresh Italian parsley, 1/2 cup olive oil, 1/3 cup red wine vinegar, 2 garlic cloves, 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper, 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin, 1/2 teaspoon salt. Grilled Sirloin Steak with Chimichurri in Lettuce Wraps takes tenderized sirloin steak and drizzles it with Chimichurri sauce to make a delicious meal. We’ve eaten these alone, in lettuce and even in small street taco tortillas for a dish that is perfect in so many ways!

Place the steak on the preheated grill and grill about 6 minutes on each side for medium rare. After grilling the steak, cover with tented foil and allow to rest for 10 minutes, before thinly slicing across the grain. To serve, top each warm tortilla with some mixed greens and sliced steak.

Drizzle with the chimichurri and chipotle cream.

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  • Thanks for this recipe… easy to follow.:) have a question tho, would you know how long will it last when you let it sit in the fridge?

  • I made this tonight. Homemade corn tortillas, homemade pickled onion, avocado, goat cheese feta, and this carne asada. Legit af. I did add onion to the purée, substitutes tamari for the soy, and used whole cumin seed. My wife has demanded I make these street tacos again.

  • Is there a good way to roast/toast vegetables if I only have an electric stove? Could I just lay the peppers on the burner and let the heat scorch them, or does that only work with gas? Or would it be better to stick them in the oven?

  • I’m only used to cooking African Foods. I’m trying to learn how to make things from other countries. I feel on a very useful video. I think other than how good this recipe sounds, I like the little tips you throw in your videos. Thank you. Subbed.

  • Hola Lorena, I hope this message finds you well. First of all thank you for the chimichurri recipe; I enjoy it every morning on a lightly toasted english muffin and a cup of hot tea. I’d like to know if you have a Facebook page? Regards from Cypress, Texas.

  • Excellent chimichurri recipe! But one word of advice, you didn’t let your meat rest long enough. That’s why all the juices were on the plate rather than in your meat. It looked dry when you showed it off. Other than that I believe I’ll be trying your recipe! Keep up the great work!

  • Just started the recipe and I can’t wait to eat it later. I could straight up drink the marinade it’s so delicious. Definitely give this a try.

  • Don’t ever talk about your chimichurri ever again Gordon. I am shocked that that is what you think it is, that just looked like chopped up coriander. And the fact that you cooked skirt steak on a gas grill leaves me sad. You have no idea about Argentinian culture, or asado, or chimichurri, or salsa in general.

  • Sorry Gordon, your’re Great chef but that its not chimichurri, call it whathever you like but not mess whit other culture cuisine.

  • That was awesome!
    Mexican thumbs up for those rajas, man!
    Feta won’t substitute cotija in my humble opinion, really rather brown until crisp some nice gouda or manchego and sprinkle. Or parmesan to replicate cotija’s saltiness and hard texture.

    Love your show, duude!

  • I wish instructors at culinary schools were just like you! Since I came across your channel, I’ve watched about 20 of these videos. Your passion for food (and all it entails) is palpable, your videos are uber-professional, and your knowledge of food is on point! Please don’t be offended, but at:57 is my new screensaver…;-)

  • I’d like to know where in the world chimichurri Is prepared this way. Call that whatever sauce it is something different, that’s not chimichurri.

  • ABC also do a custom fit ‘grillgrate’. I very highly recommend this product. Boy does it get hot (700°?) But zero flare ups. Also brilliant if put in center of grill with S&S and Weber Rotisserie, Rotisserie chicken. The smoke (without wood) really flavours the chicken. Great video as always Steve.

  • Yo soy Mexicano asta las chanclas y esto se ve muy bueno. Saludos amigo ������������. Para la otra parrillada yo me lo aviento así. Gracias por su receta.

  • Babish its better if u dont pickle the raddishes, its better if u take a bit of the taco and a bite of the raddish it gives the taco more flavor, but u do u man

  • Kitchen Nightmares: Gordon drains a gallon of oil from his plate, in disgust
    The F Word: Gordon looks over his shoulder cautiously before filling his plate with a gallon of oil.

  • Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to much chimichurri

  • Of you want to make authentic Argentine bbq, 1) never buy briquete charcoal, that shit is horrible, it taints the meat with its lighter fluid flavor, same using propane. Buy Hard Lump charcoal, its real wood, the flavor is 1000 times better. 2) Every family makes chimichurri different, but it generally needs a ton more garlic, it needs hot red pepper flakes, more olive oil, and you need to let it sit in the fridge atleast overnight, I like it after 3 days or more.. otherwise its salad on your steak.

  • Skirt steak is so much less expensive than other cuts but when done properly (like you did) it is amazing. Nice video. Don’t tell too many people or there will be less for us.

  • Use once a year? Lol I’m raza buddy. I’ll have used this 20 times before most people have there first cup of coffee. This is a cool cooking channel man!, the once a year use comment made me proud af to be chicano and well that was a huge plus �� also you forgot the modelo ��

  • I’ve been making this for years. It’s one of my signature dishes that my friends love love love! I add jalapeños to my chimichurri and it’s da BOMB!

  • I was craving steak this late at night, so I made this exactly as you showed and it was absolutely delicious. My husband and I loved it? Thank you again. I ate so much that I’m sleepy now. Goodnight ��

  • Never cooked before, but I made the chicken and steak tacos for my family tonight and they were a big hit! Especially the rajas con crema! Thank you for everything you do and for getting me interested in cooking.

  • I love Gordon but that is not “chimichurri” thats more like a gremolatta… chimichurri is made with common oli.. garlic.. oregano… crush red pepper… parsley.. maybe other green aromatic like rosemary or thime and finally vinegar or lemmon juice.. salt and pepper… not sugar, or coriander, or dill and mint and definitly not olive oil… anyway that salsa looks incredible too

  • Omg, it’s so funny when I drop things! Ooops, shoot! I dropped the lime! hehehe I dropped the Blue Apron card! hehe I’m so adorable!:D

  • taht s not a chimichuri sause im from argentina and i never see a person preparin that chimichurri
    it s a chimichuri yankey and not argentinia chimichuri

  • Sam, I’m looking at the flame-up when you added meat to the grill. From (sadly)personal experience, that adds a lot of… well, soot to the meat. Any comment amigo, other than simply GFY?

  • Carne asada it suppose to be asada, which means cooked, it’s pink. Anyways still that marinate looks good. I will try this and circle back

  • Mexican here. And, you could also hit gently your dough with the back of your palm until it gets a round shape, is not necessary for it to be perfectrly round, if it can fit the filling, it’s perfect.
    (BTW, those tacos look grat, don’t listen to the ones commenting that they are not real tacos)
    Curious fact: Real masters don’t use the plastic, they just slam the dough between their hands like real mexican “abuelitas”, but that’s way to hard for the average mexican.

  • Top notch Steve.
    I love skirt steak. Only found it once here, but it was so good.
    Never made chimichurri though. Have been meaning to since i have seen it made many times. Time to step up my game:)

  • Love this channel. Always take good ideas from you.
    As a latino let me give you a better way of making garlic paste: use a wood mortar (pilón in spanish or mortero). Easier and faster than a knife.

    Keep up the good work dude.

  • Omg. I was just browsing on YouTube trying to find something new and cool to make because I’m a beginner when it comes to cooking and I followed your recipe to the chimichurri sauce and ugh it is soooo amazing. ( I added more red wine vinegar to mine too lol ) thanks for the recipe! Definitely subscribed!!!

  • In your Banofi Cake recipe you said “Dulce de Leche”. Now you say “Chimi-churri”. Where did you learn those South American/Argentine slang terms?

  • Did he actually cut that beautiful piece of skirt steak, WITH THE GRAIN and not AGAINST THE GRAIN??? You’ve got to be kidding me. Come on, man…

  • Hi Steve! I’m Argentinian and you missed some ingredients in the Chimichurri. The base for chimi is made with 3 parts of parsley, 1 of garlic, 3 of oregano, 1 of red flakes, oil, vinegar, and, it’s optional, some water if you want it a litte bit soft.. Then, the rest are additionals. You can add, as you like, some cumin, paprika, rosemary maybe. But i’ve never seen a Chimichurri with lemon or cilantro haha. What you made here is called Provenzal. I love your videos, keep on!

  • After making tacos for 12 years. I can not approve these tacos. The proteins seem so bland. Even with the marinade…
    We do not add these excess toppings. Real street tacos are very very simple and more like a fajita. Sorry bruh.

  • Babish, why do chefs waste perfectly edible parts of food? The way you slice the poblano peppers, by slicing the end of the pepper by the stem is wasteful ( 3:59). The green flesh could have been used had you roasted the entire pepper. Not picking on you. I’ve noticed other chefs do the same thing. However, home cooks usually do not. Is it a culinary school training habit? If so, you can change that. Just a thought.

  • It looks revolting all that oil all of those different ingredients and assorted spices and all that olive oil yuk nobody’s taste buds could sort that lot out. I think that he should have blended it to a coarse consistency and spooned it into himself as quickly as possible to avoid having to taste all the olive oil. And then sat back and prayed it all stayed down and in until nature sorted it all out.

  • I am obsessed with your channel/vids, so glad that I’ve discovered this gem!!! Please continue to bless the community with your knowledge and culinary gifts!! But answer this 1 question…what is the light blue canned drink I spy in background of many of your videos??? Brand and flavor please…..

  • Yummy!  Taco night is one of our favorite family meals. I enjoy having a lot  of fresh toppings with sauces and everyone helps themselves. It’s nice because the kids can, make their own unique creation and experiment with flavor combinations.. 

  • Just made this!!! So good tried a different recipe a while back with a food processor and failed a few times but never really tasted rite this came out perfect chopping everything up myself thanks!!

  • I love your videos but I felt there were some elements lacking in this video. For starters, I would’ve liked to know what heat setting to place my grill at and about how long you left the steak on each side, just to be able to really recreate your carne asade recipe with the least error possible. Otherwise great video!

  • Looks fantastic and great production quality! This is the first video I’ve seen of yours. Definitely seeing some Casey Neistat influence in the video. Subscribed!

  • Holy shit I made it and let the meat set for one and half days and OMFG the best steak I’ve ever had. Home cooking is where it’s at!

  • This is how I do it 1 garlic clove, parsley no stems, salt, pepper, and some crush red pepper flake, olive oil, a splash of red wine vinegar. The parsley needs to be fine along with the garlic. It should be mixed very well by hand is how I do it. Let that sit in bowl for 1-2 days with saran wrap pushed down to remove air. You can add many other things but giving it 1-2 days in the fridge will allow that red wine vinegar to soften the garlic more and give it a nicer texture.

  • As a person from Argentina the makers of Chimichuri, if you put mint into my Chimichuri i will come to your home and beat you like a redheaded step child. That is all.

  • I think I messed up big time, I measured the two cups of parsley after chopping it up and it’s WAY TOO parsley I think I should’ve measured it before finely chopping it

  • Y’all hating on this comment section, I tried this recipe last Sunday & it’s actually really good. Only difference is I added some beer, but other than that this brother is on to something.

  • Love the voice! The idea of chimichurri translates well to other marinades. I’ve found that marinades typically don’t really penetrate the meat. I get the best sear from dry meat. Adding the marinade/sauce to the resting meat makes a nice flavor without burning marinade ingredients.

  • Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery…hence all you trumptard, Mexican hating, right wing pussys, better not be eating Mexican or trying to duplicate our culturas food. Just like you’ll NEVER see us trying to replicate British pub food or European food, stick to your own and quit being hypocrites…������

  • Steve, I love your show. I’m an Argentinean retired chef that lived in Italy, and I’m blown away how authentic your Italian dishes are. On a personal note, the authentic Chimichurri sauce is made with Parsley, fresh Oregano, Garlic, Crushed Red Peppers, Vinagre, Salt, and Pepper. (There is no lime or Cilantro in it). In any case, your skirt(we call ” Entraña”) looks spectacular! Thanks for so much great food!

  • You my friend have just convinced me I need to make skirt steak burritos tonight! Already have the skirt steak chilling in the fridge!

  • The soy is a fantastic idea, I’ve tried it and I now incorporate it every time I make carne asana. My recipe is similar to this,I add a couple more items including about a tablespoon of Finley chopped cilantro stem. That’s where the flavor is.

  • You are my new favorite person! Cooked your enchiladas for a party of 17 and they were blown away. I cannot wait to make street tacos using this recipe for the meat. Keep rocking out the LIFE ALTERING DELICIOUSNESS!!!! ��

  • Awesome channel, love your vids & style!

    Found my way from the Adrenaline BBQ Company FB page. The SnS is awesome, you’ll love it!! Keep up the great videos. Sub +1 ��

  • Sam. made this finally as ‘flap meat’ is not a usual buy for us, but the marinade was intense, and this was excellent. Thanks again or a great instruction on easy tasteful food at home. btw miss not not tacos. Hope we get back there after the current hard times. It is only 6 blocks from us.

  • Made this, and it’s really good but it’s sweet because of the soy sauce and brown sugar
    I don’t really like to have sweet street tacos.

  • Im disappointed in this human, but not surprised cuz i bet nobody taught this hobrè como hácer tacos?!? So sad
    Love from a Mexican ��������✌️❤️❤️������������

  • This is a great recipe. Authentic or not, it is great!! Been making this since the Fourth of July and my family has loved it. Thank you!!

  • I really like what you do bro and I appreciate it, but as an Argentinean you don’t get to mix any kind of herbs in oil and vinegar and call it “chimichurri” from your recipe only the garlic was traditional of it. just saying.

  • Mexican music gives it flavor it gives you instincts on how to cook it with you eyes closed and don’t for get a 6 pack of beer if it’s only for you

  • All right bro skirt state is absolutely awesome no doubt about it but you have the inside skirt and you have the outside skirt which one do you prefer

  • Thank you for not smothering all these tacos in shredded lettuce, like so many Americans love to do. Lettuce does not belong on tacos. It belongs in, well, the trash.

  • Great choice. Full sized Weber is the best grill ever!!! Everything can be done on it. I have 4 of them and I wouldnt trade them for anything. Why 4? Sometimes I need the volume for more guests and to different type things at once.

  • The only problem I see here is that the tortillas were made too early. You were able to multi-task the different fillings, why not the tortillas as well? Then you can get a nice, fresh, hot-off-the-grill tortilla would make the final tacos probably twice as good, since corn tortillas reheat terribly.

  • Be careful for botulism [which can kill you] with leaving the chimmey-churry[idk how to spell it] in your fridge to long, even before anything in it goes bad, the toxin has no smell and is tasteless. To much time at room temps speed up the process as well, so only get it out and give what your using enough time to warm up so you don’t put it cold on your steak for example. Like garlic/herbs[apparently some type’s of tomatoes can too] in oil/butters, it can reproduce in 24 hours[if at room temp] in the low oxygen, low acidity[greater than 4.6PH] environment, and the cold only slows it down so much[without freezing] so i wouldn’t keep it past a week, not like you probably would any way. Just be safe with herb’s/garlic submerged in oil[low oxygen and low acidity] and refrigerate and use within a week. I try to use it in 2-3 days to be extra safe. Also baked potatoes wrapped in tin foil can as well, and pose a different set of risks, which are remedied by unwrapping right away after they are done. They can hold heat and people leave them to long in an unsafe temp[which makes it produce faster than 24 hours at room temp] while wrapped which creates the low oxygen and wet environment needed to produce this specific toxin. That, or they put it in the fridge without, unwrapping it[most important part because it removes the environment] and cooling it which make’s the right environment and holds it in the danger zone, better for fast production of the toxin. Most people think of improperly canned, or preseved foods, but it effects more than just that and ones i’ve listed here. Please look it up for yourself, but these are the main ones people don’t know about aperantly carmilized/sauted onions can to. Just want everybody to be safe out there, and informed on botulism.

  • I don’t want to sound mean, but Mexican crema is not tangy it has a slight sweet flavor to it. I would compare it to the taste of heavy cream on its own.

  • Nice video….but a true sauce uses a cleaner oil like vegetable or sunflower and more of it. FYI oil olive is too expensive to use and it over powers the sauce or herbs try it with the other oils you’ll see the difference.

  • I love your channel. I went from a propane grill to a big green egg! For some reason I still want a Weber like yours. The slow and sear looks sweet

  • Just saying those pre ordered meals are super easy to make. They don’t come with instructions so watching babish walk through numerous varieties of dishes really helps since they come in random and can be changed but come with everything to make a delicious 4 person serving

  • I live the Keto lifestyle, used Braggs liquid aminos and swerve brown sugar and these we were the best I have ever made! Only eat them medium rare! Sam you’re alright in my book!

  • Looks delicious but I can’t recall the last time I had cumin in Mexico. IIRC corriander and oregano play a much larger role in Mexican cooking.

  • Very Gucci as usual. I like the channel. Toy vs tool but hey you be you. The bent over style must bother your back but I’m guessing you do that on purpose. Great intimacy with the focus.

  • Blue Apron could have been a good idea, had they actually planned their meals out better. I dont want to pay for a single serving of rice wine vinegar, I’d like a full bottle. Have it be a way to stock up your pantry on all the spice and sauces you’d like to use in the future, instead of single uses… Would add so much more value to the concept, while supporting the manufacturers. It would cost more, but who buys blue apron on a budget? Would also appreciate if they didnt plastic wrap everything… brown paper works just as well and allows the veggies to breathe, which helps keep em fresh, you should never cook without cleaning your veg to begin with anyway, so it doesnt even add risk or work to the clients, but makes it a more wholesome and worth while concept.

  • Can I recommend that instead of lighting your Coals with a firelighter, you get a small tin (Half sized tuna for example), and pour some methylated spirits in it and use that to light? It’s cleaner burning and doesn’t impart any chemicals onto your coals or food.

  • Great video. I honestly really enjoy that shot of you standing on your counter taking a picture each video. It’s almost cathartic the way you edit it in. I also picture you doing it and it makes me smile, and hope you never fall.:) Cheers! Thanks again for the content.

  • Up the lime, take out the vinegar, add some diced jalapenos, then marinate your steak in the sauce for 2-4 hours. Goes great in tacos, keeps the meat super juicy!

  • I’m actually deeply offended at the amount of subs you don’t have. This is better content than babish or anything in that realm. Hope you keep grinding.

  • seen so many recipes, and this is the only one i would consider correct (except i wouldn’t use olive oil).
    gordon ramsey put mint and dill into his, no lime at all.
    one guy put basil into it instead of coriander…….. like what the fuck!

  • Chimi who?
    Traditionally chimichurri comes in a red version or a green version and contains parsley, oregano, olive oil, garlic and red wine vinegar. Argentina and Uruguay both claim to be the inventors. The word chimichurri is believed to come from the Basque word tximitxurri, which loosely translates to “a mixture of several things in no particular order”.
    Seeing “Chimichurri ” recipes with cilantro or mint or thyme or basil is really offensive and very irritating to Argentines.
    Cilantro is not to be found in the Argentine pantry-

  • Anyone else notice at 1:28 when he said “presto” he actually said “press dough”, this was when he was using the skillet to press the dough.

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  • Dude this is some high quality shit. The style and editing are on point, the food looks incredible, and you’ve got loads of charisma. I think channel is gonna get real big. Keep it up man, I’m subscribing and can’t wait to see more! Great work.

  • love your content but would be easier to follow and make if you posted the recipes/ingredients and amounts in the description below

  • To HELL with anybody that says the Brown Sugar and Soy Sauce doesn’t belong in this recipe!
    Holy crap this is soooooo Good!

    The ONLY thing I will say is you should NOT avoid the Cilantro Stems.
    They have as much flavor, if not more, than the leaves and they can survive the Grill when basting after the Charring.
    They POP when you bite them, giving you that beautiful little burst of heaven when you didn’t realize you wanted it! OMG!

  • Babish I love Authentic Mexican and make my own Al Pastor Marinade. It goes great on Pork and Chicken. I’d love to see how you make Al Pastor as I dont have a standing spit. Love the videos Brother!

  • Smart asses always got something to say. Try something different. Carne asada can be prepared different ways. And no salsa inglesa nor Maggie sauce is soy sauce. There’s no soy in it�� You have to be interested if you continued to watch it. Looks good to me.

  • PssstI also want that wusthof ur working with, son. Ahahaha be sure to tag me if u have another giveaway for it. It needs to be living on my magnetic knife rack. ����������

  • Stephen, I am SO GLAD I watched you make the chimichurri sauce (albeit a little late) I am going to show vid to my cousin tomorrow. This will be way easier than her vitamix way. This way is more rustic and flavors won’t be too meddled and herbs won’t be too bruised. I’m so happy I learned this tonight. Do you always use that type of vinegar to make your sauce? Thanks, dora