This video shows you how to grill flap steak. This cut of beef looks similar to skirt steak, but it’s a different cut, equally delicious, and usually cheaper. For the beef, Chef John creates a simple marinade, featuring green curry paste, rice vinegar, cayenne, and coconut milk. After a brief soak, it’s time for a little high-heat treatment on the grill. This is a great steak for serving over an Asian-style salad. In the video, you’ll also see how to turn the meat’s natural juices into a terrific dressing for the salad. Watch the video, then get the recipe for Chef John's Grilled Flap Steak. Try this versatile grilled steak as taco meat or in steak sandwiches, too.