Grilled Mojo Beef – Cuban-Inspired Marinated Skirt Steak Recipe

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  1. Mike Bauer

    Holy Smoke! I thought skirt steak was a "forgotten cut." I thought I'd try this one for the weekend. Just got back from a scout of several local markets – large grocery to specialty butchers – and skirt steak is, as my Irish grandma used to say, "quite dear" (pricey). Guess I'll have to ice up a cooler and make a Costco run to see what they have. BTW, flank steak isn't too far behind. I'm in central NJ.

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  2. Gamboa El Ejecutor

    Sounds like you are reading a DR SEUS book.

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  3. Donna Davies

    yr

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  4. artac05

    what would be some good side dishes that would pair with these chef john?

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  5. Luke Ubz

    can this be used for chicken too?

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  6. Paul McManus

    Cuban pork, black beans and rice is one of my family's top-five dishes. I never thought to try the mojo with beef. Duh. Looks like I have dinner for this Saturday night. Brace yourself, familia!

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  7. Sad Onion

    what accent do you have? ive never heard anything like it lol.

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  8. Rahimullah Qazi

    Why did you use Onion in the marination stage.

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  9. Gabriel Thompson

    Best used for a steak sammie, hands down. Fresh cut red onjun, home grown fresh or at least heirloom maters (some will also add avocado) and the home made, or bakery fresh bread of your choice. Enjoy!

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  10. Joseph Smith

    Put that on some corn tortillas with cilantro and a squeeze of lime,  and caramelized onions. Yeah baby. Listening to Chef John is like aural Valium, so soothing and relaxing. You could bottle your voice and sell it as anti-anxiety medication.

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  11. jbadal1

    There is an outer skirt and an inner skirt muscle. The outer skirt is more tender and is wider . Note to self: don't watch Chef John grill meat when you haven't had lunch and are hungry.

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  12. Jhon Thula

    WOW just TODAY I bought 6 lbs of skirt steak!!! I know how I will be making this now!

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  13. KatyDelMar

    You can find naranja agria (sour oranges) in most Hispanic neighborhoods. It makes a very big difference compare to using regular oranges.

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  14. Nude Jawn

    I've Lost My Mojo!

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  15. Christian H85

    Why are you using kosher salt ?

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  16. Lakewood Ed

    Quesadilla? and not fajita?

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  17. jenynour

    With the acid-ics, shouldn't that be mixed in a non-reactive bowl?

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  18. Vladimir Brown

    I tried this yesterday and the flavor is spectacular. I do have just one suggestion though (which I should actually do in the blog since all the ingredients are there).
    I appreciate this will sound a bit lazy, but it would really help for us viewers from abroad (I write to you from Brazil) to have quantities in kilograms and milliliters too, since converting the quantities at the market was a bit of a pain! But other than that, keep up the fantastic recipes!

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  19. whadthefriggincrud

    I made something similar last night for Fajitas, but the marinade you used sounds fantastic! I will try that one next time.

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  20. dammy

    9/10, no onions.

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  21. 鬼Gozu

    i suck at getting my charcoals started

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  22. darkowl9

    I only recently discovered that cilantro is known in Australia as coriander. Kind of a divisive herb, that one… at least when it's fresh as opposed to dried or the ground seeds.

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  23. arielT

    wish you would have made a sauce with that marinate.

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  24. Nichols Family

    Hey Chef John, can you do a Lobster roll recipe?

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  25. Longhairbear

    Do you let the meat come to room temp before grilling?

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  26. Jennifer Trepasso

    Can you please please please go on Cutthroat Kitchen? I'm obsessed with the show and obsessed with you and I'd love to see you kick some ass!!

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  27. Jesse Rivchin

    do onigiri!

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  28. Leib33

    Music comes to mind. Mr. Mojo Risin' – a famous anagram for Jim Morrison. As far as grilling outdoors in this sweltering heat (I'm in Brooklyn, NY) more music comes to mind with Kirsty MacColl's song In These Shoes? (I don't think so) By the way – you can find a bunch of anagrams for "Chef John Food Wishes" at http://wordsmith.org/anagram/ I found a bunch of food related anagrams of you and your channel there.

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  29. docoluv9

    Chef lets rename it to miniskirt steak… Badadumpum

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  30. chandra reed

    Looks yummy!Great job…

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  31. Teresa Coto

    Hahah it was actually, "first you get the money, then you get the power, then you get the woman". Love your sense of humor and this recipe!

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  32. Heghineh Cooking Show

    Looks amazing , what a rich marinade

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  33. The Euro Cooking Canuk

    Although I am always up for a perfectly grilled platter of meat – what can I serve this with to appease company?

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  34. MisGiggidy

    Delicious.

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  35. M O

    How did that lime have so much juice? I wolf have to squeeze 4 to get that much juice here 😒

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  36. Robin Jansson

    What knife do you use Chef John? Am I wrong to claim that your wielding a Zwilling?

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  37. Mysha Mosate

    some of those latin american mini markets in the mission have the sour oranges. if not the actual orange, the just the juice, usually the goya brand. next to the bottled mojo.

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  38. Veronica Alsina

    Hi, Chef John! You can find sour oranges in some Hispanic markets, common in Miami (where I'm from), but you must ask for them in Spanish: naranja agria.

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  39. Francisleblanc 72

    looks so good

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  40. Spenser Clark

    I can't stop watching the reflection in the bowl

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  41. shirvy

    Do you think this would work with chicken?

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  42. Sassy Owl

    Blood oranges are sour oranges I bet. Can't believe I'm telling Chef John this.

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  43. Fran. E

    sour orange are from middle east maybe you can find them in middle eastern grocery store when the are in season, it is called Naranj in farsi.

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  44. Khary Marshall

    one of your best yet

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  45. hampurda

    could replace orange juice for tamarind juice for a more tropical/ jungle taste

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  46. snotrat2

    sour oranges= seville oranges, available in the winter….you use them for marmalade.

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  47. Johannes Immonen

    Who is Mojo?

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  48. Khanh Kha Minh

    Wow at the Majordomo reference :)). Do you happen to play WoW or Hearthstone? (Both are based on the same theme and made by the same company anyway, just different genres of game)

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  49. MIKE BARNES

    Hey John, super new recipe. The sour oranges are SEVILLE oranges, sometimes called NAVAL oranges. They are normally used for making marmalade here in UK.

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