Leftover Chimchurri steak tacos

With some of that delicious and now really pungent Chimchurri marinated flap steak needing eating .. It had to be snuggled up with a few buddies in a soft flatbread…

The bread?

Plain flour 250 grms
Teaspoon salt
Pinch sugar
Pimped Mrs Middletons roscoff garlic oil
Pinch of baking powder

Mixed up and kneaded a bit to get a dough .. Wrapped in black plastic and left in a warm dark place..



A salsa is required so three baby plum.. A little red onion, mint, coriander and parsley.. Onion powder .. Salt , balsamic and franks hot sauce.. All chopped , sploshed and shook..


For some crunch an iceberg lettuce and a Rudge cucumber mixed with some jalepenos .. And a little coarse sea salt..



White onion, mushrooms and jarred peppers all chopped up and fried off in a little more mrs Middletons pimped roscoff garlic oil.. (Am officially out of oil again!)..


The steak cooked off in the iron pan till medium rare.. Cut against the grain.



Breads expertly rolled by Mrs Fitz.. Cooked on the iron plate for like thirty seconds a side.. Lovely little bubbles..


All assembled and snuggled up tight to each other.. Sour cream added.. And very much enjoyed!!!


Categories: Cows, Dinners/Suppers, previous posts, Recipes

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10 replies

  1. I love that you made your own flat bread for this delicious meal! I’m going to give this a try.


  2. Now I want to see if I can make that bread. How long do you leave it for?


  3. Hell yeah. I want that in my face! Looks so damn tasty 🙂

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