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BOMB A** FOOD: JOSH SCHERER SKIRT STEAK TACOS WITH SWISS CHARD CHIMICHURRI

BOMB A** FOOD: JOSH SCHERER SKIRT STEAK TACOS WITH SWISS CHARD CHIMICHURRI
Josh Scherer Info: Age: 21 Hometown: Los Angeles, CA Occupation: Student/Athlete Age you first started cooking: 12 Entrée: Skirt Steak Tacos with Swiss Chard Chimichurri These tacos combine a variety of unique textures and flavors without sacrificing that authentic “I-want-to-chug-a-beer-with-this” taste. This goes great with an ice-cold Corona, a fat lime wedge, and some college basketball. ChimiIngredients Swiss Chard Chimichurri 1 cup Swiss chard leaves 1 cup flat leaf parsley 3 cloves garlic 2 tbsp chopped shallot 1 cup extra virgin olive oil 3 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tbsp lemon juice 1 lemon zesting 1 tsp kosher salt 1/4 tsp pepper 1/4 tsp crushed red pepper 1) Throw all ingredients except for olive oil into a food processor. 2) Process on high, and slowly stream in the olive oil. 3) Add salt to taste. Pan Roasted Kabocha 1 peeled and seeded Kabocha Squash 1/4 stick of butter Salt & Pepper 1) Heat a 12 inch non-stick sautee pan on medium and dice your kabocha squash into 1 square centimeter pieces. 2) Add your butter to the pan and swirl to avoid burning. When melted, throw in your kabocha squash. 3) Add salt and pepper and continue to sautee on medium heat for 10-15 minutes, or until tender and caramelized. Flank Steak Skirt Steak 2 lbs Skirt Steak 4 cloves minced garlic 1 lime Salt & Pepper Canola Oil 1) Heat a heavy bottom sautee pan on high and rub your steak down with salt, pepper, and minced garlic. 2) Add canola oil to the pan, and when shimmering, sear off your skirt steak for 2 minutes on each side, or until cooked medium. You want a nice crust, but you don’t want to sacrifice juiciness. 3) Squeeze lime juice on steaks and let rest for 5 minutes before slicing. Making the Tacos 9 Small Corn Tortillas Skirt Steak Roasted Kabocha Swiss Chard Chimichurri Sliced Radishes and Fresh Jalapenos 1) Fry up those tortillas and throw all the stuff inside it. That’s how tacos are made, homie. Prep. Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 35 minutes You can follow Josh on these following social media websites: Instagram: @culinarybrodown Facebook: www.facebook.com/Culinary Bro-Down Twitter: @CulinaryBroDown Personal Website: www.culinarybrodown.com