Balsamic Glazed Steak

With minimal fuss you can concoct a delicious dinner sure to please any meat-eater.  The sweetness of the reduced balsamic enhances the flavor of the steak and amps up the profile of a pretty simple meal.  Serve alongside a starch and vegetable and you can have dinner on the table within 45 minutes.

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Balsamic Glazed Steak (serves 8, my family doles out generous sized portions)

4 lbs. sirloin

3/4 cup balsamic vinegar

salt and pepper to taste

olive oil

Heat olive oil in a pan at medium/high heat.  Season the steak with salt and pepper.  Cut into strips about 1 in thick.  Then cut into cubes 2-3 in long.  Add the steak to the pan and get a good sear on all sides.  Add the balsamic vinegar on top and more olive oil if needed (so steak does not stick to the pan).  Reduce heat to medium and cook until the steak is your desired level of doneness.  It probably will be another 15 minutes from here.  Enjoy!

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