Recipe of the Day: Seared Steak With Chard Salad

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There will be plenty of hot dogs and hamburgers going around this Fourth of July weekend, so prepare something different that's great for entertaining or even a regular weeknight meal. Sirloin steak is seasoned with salt, pepper and chopped mint and seared to your preferred cooking temperature. Serve it with a salad of chard, tomatoes, crumbled feta and croutons for a complete meal ready in 35 minutes.

Editor's Note: If you're feeding a crowd and looking to keep costs down, try an inexpensive cut of meat like flank or skirt steak.

Browse more of Food Network's 4th of July recipes or visit Grilling Central.

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