I was scrolling through facebook yesterday afternoon and I saw a picture of Balsamic Glazed Steak Rolls. It’s vegetables rolled in steak. I thought… “OMG… I need this in my belly RIGHT NOW!” So I clicked on the link and found myself itchin’ to go to the store and purchase everything necessary to make this dish. I’m not a fan of balsamic so I made a honey miso sauce instead. The recipe is below. PaleoJoe and I made it last night and there was only three rolls leftover for lunch. Since I’m a fabulous girlfriend, no really… I am, I let PaleoJoe have it for lunch the next day.
Eating this dish with a side of our Homemade Kimchee (Kimchi) was just perfect!! Hope you enjoy because we certainly did!!
Please note that I don’t measure when I’m cooking so all measurements listed are guesstimates. Please use your best judgment when you are adding seasoning to your dish. Always taste! Also, if you don’t have butter you can just as easily use coconut oil or extra virgin olive oil.
4 tblsp of butter
3 cloves of garlic (SMASH!!)
1 red bell pepper (sliced)
2-3 green onion stalks (cut in 3)
1 small zucchini (sliced)
1-2 carrots (shredded, unless you have pre-shredded carrot then use about a handful)
1-2 pounds of skirt steak
salt and pepper to taste
1. Cut your steak into 3-4 inch long strips and then get your aggression out and SMASH THEM!! Then season with a bit of salt and pepper on each side. Set this aside.
2. In a pan put heat to medium high and melt 2 tblsp of butter. Add garlic when butter starts melting.
3. All your fixin’s are going to be thrown into the pan. cook for about 5 minutes.
4. Season your veggies and using some kind of utensil, place an even amount of veggies in the middle of the steak pieces.
5. Roll them up and stab them with a skewer or toothpick.
6. You’re going to use that same pan again, so heat up the rest of the butter (2 tblsp) and then place your meat on the pan seam side down. Cook for about 2-3 minutes on each side (5-7 minutes if you like your meat well done. PaleoJoe and I like our meat rare.)
HONEY MISO SAUCE
1 tblsp of butter
1/2 a small onion (chopped)
1 tblsp of honey
2 tblsp of Miso
1/4 cup of Tamari
1/4 cup of Water
1. Melt butter in sauce pan on medium high heat.
2. Add onions and cook for about 5 minutes.
3. Add the miso, honey, water and tamari
4. turn the heat down to medium and let the sauce reduce down about 7-10 minutes.
5. In a blender or food processor or if you have an immersion blender, blend the sauce til it’s smooth.
6. Pour as little or as much as you want or serve on the side.