Updated 12:00 a.m., Thu April 23, 2015

Balsamic-Marinated Stuffed Flank Steak

By Nealey Dozier/TheKitchn.com

Flank steak is a fairly popular cut of beef, and for good reason — it’s flavorful, inexpensive and incredibly versatile. Unfortunately, I’ve had my fair share of tough ones over the years; the lean meat almost seems to overcook if you just look at it the wrong way. Thankfully, this recipe for balsamic flank steak stuffed with prosciutto and cheese has renewed my faith in the often-too-tough meat. I first had a variation of this recipe at my in-laws’ house a few years ago when my father-in-law put a few stuffed flank steaks on the grill for an impromptu family gathering. The... READ MORE

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