Steak Roulade is a fancy beef roll filled with any combination of your favorite flavors
Do you enjoy cooking as much as I do? I hope so, because it can be so much fun to impress your friends and family!
I like to “create” meals that the whole family will enjoy. I have discovered sometimes we are all craving different things. I am not a big fan of forcing food on my kids. I understand sometimes a certain flavor doesn’t sound good. I am also not big on being a short order cook! I have found a happy medium😋! Steak roulade – 3 ways!
Steak Roulade is a great way to WOW your friends and family, the combinations of fillings are endless! They are so easy to prepare but they look like you spent hours preparing!
I like to buy steak that is pre-sliced thin. This makes it easy to simply layer with your favorite fillings and roll.
Steak Roulade 3 Ways
For Spinach, Red Bell Pepper and Provolone Roulade
Lay out the thinly sliced steak sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper. Layer with smoked provolone, spinach and thinly sliced red bell peppers. After you roll the steak wrap with prochuto.
For Garlic, Spinach and Sun Dried Tomato Roulade
Lay out the thinly sliced steak. Sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper. Layer with grated mozzarella cheese, spinach, sun dried tomatoes packed in oil, drained and thinly sliced garlic. Roll the steak and brush the top with sun dried tomato oil and sprinkle with minced garlic.
For Bacon Mozzarella Roulade
Lay out the thinly sliced steak. Sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper. Layer with shredded mozzarella cheese and cooked bacon. Roll the steak and sprinkle with garlic salt.
After you layer all the steaks with desired toppings it’s time to roll them up! Start with one of the short ends and roll to the opposite end. Roll pretty tight. Place seam side down in a lightly greased pan.
Bake at 375° until steak is cooked to your liking. I baked these about 20 minutes. They are cooked to a medium, medium well. Steaks like flank steak need to be cooked a bit longer to become tender.
As with any steak, make sure you let it rest about 10 minutes after baking to let the juices redistribute back into the meat.
Slice into 1″ thick circles and serve with your favorite side! Try my recipe for Easy Oven Asparagus it is tasty with steak roulade 😉
What flavors do you think sound good?
Not in the mood for steak? Check out my Chicken Roulade recipe!
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