Easy Grilled Steak Tacos

Hey! Weekend is here once again….hip hip hurray! I would love to hear from you all….what are you loving here on the blog…what are you not-liking…what would you like to see more of…anything really. I am feeling a little disconnect with you all…and in turn have lost my mojo. It is a challenge…trying to share freely while also entertaining the masses. When I first started out it seems that we had a lot more “conversations”…but now it is rare that I hear from you (other that of course my rockstar—number one reader Amanda :) So as I enter into this 6th year of blogging…I would love to know…what bothers you about blogs…what do you love…what should I consider as I move forward…please do tell!!!

For today I will share this easy grilled steak taco recipe…it marinates over night and makes the inexpensive flank steak tender and juicy:)

 

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I love that everyone can make their own…I served the steak up with lettuce, shredded cheese, salsa and guacamole and fresh lime wedges. The steak has so much flavor that you really don’t need much.

 

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Easy Grilled Steak Tacos
 
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Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • For the marinade:
  • 1 {2 lb} Flank Steak
  • ⅓ cup Olive Oil
  • Juice of 1 Lime
  • 1 Garlic Clove, smashed
  • A handful of Cilantro
  • 2 teaspoons of Honey
  • Course salt and black pepper to taste.
  • For the table (toppings)
  • flour tortillas
  • lettuce cut up
  • monteray jack cheese shredded
  • salsa
  • lime wedges
Instructions
  1. In a mini food processor; place the cilantro, garlic and lime juice and pulse quickly until chopped. Toss the remaining ingredients in with the cilantro/garlic and pulse until combined.
  2. Marinate flank steak for 30 minutes on the counter top, bringing the meat up to temp before grilling it.
  3. Grill the flank steak 3-5 minutes per side on medium-high heat.
  4. Let steak rest a minute and slice up.
  5. Serve on a platter with other toppings:)

 

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I let my steak marinate over night and just pulled it out 30 minutes before grilling….it was tender and flavorful:)

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Have a great weekend friends…and please consider giving me your 2 cents in the comments below:) Thanks!

Tracie Stoll is a wife, mom and has a passion for creating new things. On her blog Cleverlyinspired.com she is constantly sharing ways to inspire her readers to be clever in their own home. Since 2010 Tracie has been sharing DIY projects, crafting, remodeling and decorating along with some easy tasty recipes…all on a mindful budget. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton where she studied visual art and communications. Tracie has been featured on popular sites such as Country Living, CNN living, Good Housekeeping, Better Homes and Gardens, Huffington Post, Apartment Therapy, Seventeen and Design Sponge. She is also a member of the True Value Blog Squad & Martha’s Circle of trusted bloggers.
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5 thoughts on “Easy Grilled Steak Tacos

  1. Amanda Comeau

    OMG, I made it into a blog post!!!! You’ve seriously made my day, I feel like a rock star….LOL!!!! :)))

    I have to admit that in the summer months I tend not to keep up with blogs like I do during the school year. So I might not check in daily, but when I do, I’m always excited to see posts about home decor or room makeovers. But I realize you can’t always be making something over (especially with a NEW house). I love beach house updates, or even stuff about family life.

    And I’m not normally one to actually try recipes, but for some reason (maybe because they’re not complicated), I try a lot of yours and they’re always a hit – the healthy chicken pot pie has become a family favorite during the winter months – I’ve forwarded that recipe to lots of people. I’ve also tried the lemon chicken orzo, the chicken & veggies in a dish (one pot meal), the tacos/fajitas, and your sea salt caramel has also become a Christmas time fav.

    A post I’d like to see is about the lake house. Last we heard, you had rented it. But I realize that if there are renters living there, you might not be able to talk much about it to respect their privacy. Or how about a post about your old neighborhood – how did it feel to leave there, do you miss it, is it weird driving by and seeing a new family living in your house, or are you so happy in your new place that you don’t even think much of the old one?

    In short, I’m always happy to see a new post from you and I know when people don’t comment it must feel like nobody is reading :( But I know you have followers because sometimes I’ll see friends of mine share your post to FB or pin something of yours.

    Thanks again for the shout out (LOL!) and have a good weekend :)

  2. Debbie McCoy

    One reason I don’t reply is that I mostly read your blog from my email feed, and there isn’t a place for comments. I’ve been following you since last November when I started working as manager of Eclectica Gallery (which recently closed). Loved that store, and always felt we weren’t always carrying enough of the right inventory for our location and customers, but were changing in that direction. I love the concept of combining old with new and you illustrate that in so many of your home decor blogs.

    I love your recipes and projects and home decor articles as they are so simple yet have big impact. Keep up the good work. I’m searching for my next big thing, maybe you can “cleverly inspire” me!

  3. Glenda

    Hi Tracie, I’ve been reading and following your blog for several years. I enjoy your home and neighborhood updates as well as the lake house posts. I also enjoy your hostess tips for everyday and especially during the holidays.

    I’m sure after 6 years it’s difficult to come up with daily or even weekly posts, but be well assured your blog is casual, fresh and interesting. I always look forward to reading what’s happening in your world! Thanks so much for taking the time you do each week!

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