Beef flank brochettes satay style - Le Coup de Grâce

Beef flank brochettes satay style

Preparation :24h Cooking :8 min
Difficulty :easy
Servings :4

Allright, this is for all the meat lovers. These beef flank brochettes satay style is the real deal. I mean, it’s tasty, salty and has beer in it. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT FROM ME?


  • 1 kg beef flank steaks, sliced in large strips
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1 cup Dijon mustard
  • 3 green onions, sliced
  • 2 teaspoons herbes salées du Bas-du-Fleuve
  • 1 cup Blonde de Chambly beer ( 1/2 for the marinade and 1/2 for the grilling! )
  • Ground pepper
  • Wood skewers, soaked in water for 20 minutes


  • In a big air tight container, prepare the marinade by adding the mustard, oil, herbes salées, 1/2 cup of beer and the green onions. Add ground pepper and mix well. Keep the rest of the beer and about 1/3 cup of the marinade aside for the bbq session!
  • Add the sliced beef flank in the tupperware and close the container. Shaky shaky like a crazy! Throw in fridge for 24 hours. Shake from times to times.
  • Thread the beef onto the skewers in a zig-zag pattern so that they hold correctly and do not fall during cooking.
  • On a bbq at high heat, grill the meat for about 4 minutes on each side or until desired cooking. Personally, I prefer it medium raw.

***VERY IMPORTANT*** Don’t forget to brush the meat with the remaining marinade and  splash them with beer during cooking! The more, the better! This will add the final punch!!!

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Our wine stewards suggest

+- 15$ Valley of the Giant Western Australia Cabernet / Merlot

A blend of cab and Australian merlot, presenting typical accents of cassis and eucalyptus.

+- 30$ Charles Smith Wines Château Smith 2013

A wine from an iconoclast winemaker with a rocker attitude, also know as one of the best of the Washington state.

1815 Frampton Irish, Frampton Brasse

With strong notes of butterscotch, grilled grain and nuts, this Irish red ale will emphasize the grilled taste of the meat and the caramelization of the marinade. With its light body, this beer will soothe the salty taste of the skewers.

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