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Skillet-Roasted Strip Steaks with Pebre Sauce & Avocado

March/April 2008

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This recipe was inspired by the popular Chilean sandwich, called a churrasco, that features a thin sandwich steak, mashed avocado and a type of salsa called Pebre. We have substituted tender strip steak for sandwich steaks to make a satisfying steak dinner. Searing a steak on the stovetop and then finishing it in a moderate oven allows for good browning, and the gentle heat helps ensure a tender result.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I spent a few months in Chile and LOVED the churrasco sandwiches. This is a great alternative without all of the thick white bread and heavy mayo that still captures the flavors of the churrasco. So excited to see this recipe on here!...
Skillet-Roasted Strip Steaks with Pebre Sauce & Avocado Recipe

5 Reviews for Skillet-Roasted Strip Steaks with Pebre Sauce & Avocado

06/19/2012
D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!!!!!!!!

I found this recipe here, made it and now, its one of mine and my husband's favorite recipes.
So tasty and delicious!

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07/10/2011
Great Summertime Recipe

This was the very first meal made in my brand-spankin' new kitchen (well, it wasn't quite done yet, but I was very anxious)- and it became one of our favorite meals. I love to make this on a hot summer day. Keep the oven off and cook this on the bbq outdoors. Amazing and very refreshing.

Easy and fairly quick
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08/12/2010
Anonymous

I spent a few months in Chile and LOVED the churrasco sandwiches. This is a great alternative without all of the thick white bread and heavy mayo that still captures the flavors of the churrasco. So excited to see this recipe on here! Definitely give it a try! As for sides, if I had to guess I would say a Chilean would probably go for rice as a side if they weren't going to have their churrasco on the bun.

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08/02/2010
Anonymous

We have salads alot for dinner. I put topped a plain green salad with this recipe and added two choices of dressing - Paul Newman's Light Lime and a homemade Lime Cilantro Buttermilk. To add some energy food and more vitamins I added sauteed corn and red peppers on the side...got the idea from the picture. This was refreshing and liked by my entire family of 7

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07/29/2010
Anonymous

This is a refreshing approach to steak, the flavors of the pebre sauce and avocado make it bright in your mouth, not heavy like steak can be sometimes. I'll make it again, still thinking about the perfect side for it.

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