Soy-and-Honey-Glazed Fluke Steaks

Soy-and-Honey-Glazed Fluke Steaks

Soy-and-Honey-Glazed Fluke Steaks
Chef Chris Fischer fell in love with the simple, robust marinades common to many Japanese dishes after traveling to Japan for work. Here he marinates fluke steaks—have your butcher cut them for you, or substitute flounder or sea bass steaks—in a sticky mixture of soy sauce, mirin, and honey.Elizabeth Cecil

Chef Chris Fischer fell in love with the simple, robust marinades common to many Japanese dishes after traveling to Japan for work. Here he marinates fluke steaks—have your butcher cut them for you, or substitute flounder or sea bass steaks—in a sticky mixture of soy sauce, mirin, and honey. If you prefer, broil them on a foil-lined baking sheet for the same amount of time as on the grill.