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I am the recipe submitter and was asked to create a recipe for the Panasonic countertop induction oven hence the oven-specific directions. However these steak bundles are also equally as delicious on an outdoor grill. Grill the asparagus a few minutes on a medium-high heat grill before assembling the bundles. Then return to the grill for approx. 2 minutes per side over medium heat or until cooked to your liking. Enjoy!
I made these on the gas grill. I blanched the Asparagus for 2 minutes then set to rolling. I used 1/2 a fresh red pepper jullianed vs the jarred. I made 10 bundles. I got flap meat about 2.5 pounds from the butcher and had them add the seasoning. I only used 1/2 the meat after pounding it thin. I placed the rolls on a piece of foil on a grill preheated on low. I grilled for about 4 Minutes a side. I'll make this again.
Holy this is amazing. No idea why anyone would post a recipe using times/temps/settings on a specific device hardly anyone would own here's what I did. Coat the asparagus with oil salt pepper as directed. Get 3 thick Ribeye steaks find the ones with the most meat vs. fat. Trim the fat and cut them into 1" strips save the remains for a decadent treat. Pound the meat flat as directed for wrapping. Microwave the asparagus (big fat stalks) 2 minutes twice not 4 minutes or it will get mushy. Use your favorite meat rub on the steak then Wrap the meat and peppers as directed. Broil 5 minutes each side for medium rare on most pieces. Try to convince yourself you are not at a fancy restaurant while you eat it.
I totally forgot to add the additional 1 tablespoon of parmesan cheese on top but you know what? I didn't miss it one bit! These were DELICIOUS! The only change I made (besides forgetting the add'l cheese) was to use my own roasted peppers which I had in the freezer in olive oil garlic and basil. These are elegant enough to serve for a dinner party but easy enough for a weeknight meal. We served ours with some pan fried potatoes and sliced tomatoes. It was a fantastic Saturday night dinner at home for a lot less than going out! Thanks LilSnoo!
Happened to have cubed steak & asparagus & this worked out wonderfully. I am way too lazy to pound things thinner or pin it up nice or prep the asparagus other than cutting off the ends (man I am lazy) and I used roasted peppers from a jar. They fell apart a bit when I flipped them (as I broiled them in my oven for 5 min a side) but they came out delicious. I think hubby ate 9 of them! I also just had powdered parmesan but I tucked in a small strip of provolone. Easy tasty & quick... all my favorite things.
It was delicious and easy! I didn't use the pepper. I put some fresh minced garlic and less cheese on the inside. I served it with fresh squeezed lemon and rice. I cooked it on my George Foreman grill. I had to grill the asparagus for about 7 minutes and in 2 batches but it gave me plenty of time to prep the meat and to start cooking the rice.
It was delicious. I used rib eye steak and dried Parmesan cheese. The red from the roasted peppers (jared) and green asparagus made it perfect for a Christmas appetizer. Next time I'll try fresh Parmesan.
This is a delicious steak roll!!! Made it several times (although without the red peppers honestly doesn t need them). Tried to make them in the oven with the broiler and it just doesn t come out right.
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