Skip The Grill For Father's Day
Grilling is to Father's Day like Breakfast in Bed is to Mother's Day. But if you wanna cook for your husband or father this year, why not skip the charcoal and make him something special that won't leave you covered in soot?
Steak is always wonderful no matter what kind of cut or sauce you have on it. The only key is that it's cooked well: medium-rare to be specific. And since most men I know like their steaks thick and juicy, that means not leaving it on the grill for too long. But what if instead of the standard grilled steak for Father's Day, you made steak... in the oven? No one would have to get dirty and you wouldn't run the risk of having a piece of meat that's charred on the outside and rare (or even worse, raw) on the inside. You'd have a wonderfully delicious cut of meat with a fruity surprise in the middle.
Now I know stuffing a flank steak sounds like hard work, but it's really very simple. All you need to do is saute your fruits and vegetables together, spread them over the flat steak, roll it up, tie it off and bake. 45 minutes later you have a dinner that's fit for a king... or a dad.
Flank Steak with Mushroom-Apricot Stuffing
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