Skirt steak is one of the most flavorful beef cuts. The outer part is mostly suitable for pan-searing or grilling (see recipe HERE), while the inside part is more suitable for slow cooking, which is the method I used in the following recipe.
This recipe is yet another version of the Sephardic “Sopado” dish, which consists of meat cooked slowly with tomatoes, onions and a large amount of parsley (check HERE for another version with lamb). Here I chose to add beef stock and some white wine to the flavorful meat, creating a wonderful, aromatic, yet very light sauce. Once again, I used the sauce to cook rice in, and added the shredded meat into it, creating a full meal in one pot.
The dish is quick to assemble and requires minimal preparations. Once these are done, just place the pot in the oven and let it do the…
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