This marinated skirt steak recipe from Paleo Planet only takes 20 minutes of hands-on time, but results in a juicy grilled steak that's big on flavor.
Like all the recipes in Becky Winkler's Paleo Planet cookbook, this marinated skirt steak with cilantro lime ghee is easy to make and inspired by global flavors. It's a perfect recipe to try as we head into grilling season.
Becky, from the blog A Calculated Whisk, puts a paleo spin on favorite dishes from around the world. Recipes like garlicky shrimp (gambas al ajillo), Korean beef with cucumber, chiles rellenos, and Indochinese chile chicken are all made gluten, grain, and soy-free.
Paleo Planet also includes recipes that are free of common allergens, and a full index of recipes that are nut-free and egg-free. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. You can read my full disclosure policy here.
Though most of the recipes are geared towards dinner, Becky ends the book with a section on breakfast and brunch, which includes recipes for a spinach and bacon soufflé and German apple pancakes. With over 125 creative recipes, Paleo Planet is a great resource for anyone who loves world flavors and is ready to expand their paleo recipe collection.
Here’s the marinated skirt steak with cilantro-lime ghee recipe from the book. Becky recommends you marinade the skirt steak in lime juice for a couple of hours to make it tender, juicy, and even more flavorful.
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Recipe and photos reprinted with permission from Paleo Planet: Primal Foods from The Global Kitchen, with More Than 125 Recipes by Becky Winkler (The Harvard Common Press).