7 thoughts on “Recipe of the Day: Argentine Stuffed Flank Steak (Matambre) | Food Network

  1. I've lived in Argentina for over 20 years, and I've taken cooking courses here as well. This is NOT how Argentines prepare matambre. There's no chorizo, no mustard, nor jalapeño, nor practically anything in it that is shown here. A real Argentine matambre is filled with cheese, ham, boiled eggs, peppers and carrots. The only spices are salt, parsley, garlic (though not always) and oregano. It's never grilled, it's boiled and then baked in the oven. And you don't put chimichurri on it! This isn't Argentine at all, it's just a disgusting trainwreck. Fail.

  2. Flank steak is not matambre. The filling has cilantro which most argentinians hate and never ever use. Parsley is ok, cilantro is poison.

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