Saturday, August 7, 2010

Valerie's Cheesey Steak Rolls

The other night I was looking for something simple and carefree to make for dinner. Knowing I had just bought a discounted pack of Flank Steak, $5.00 for a huge package to be exact, and having some fresh basil that was about to go bad I decided to get creative. (By the way Flank Steak is never this cheap)

 1 Medium Pkg. of Flank Steak
 8 Slices of Provolone Cheese
 1 Small Pkg. of Fresh Basil
 A Few pinches of Salt
 A Few pinches of Fresh Garlic ( I like the Organic glass jar stuff)
 A Few pinches of White Pepper
 A Dash of Greek Seasoning

  Lay out your flank steak and cover in the spices. Make sure you coat the front and the back. Take the provolone cheese and roll one slice of cheese and one piece of basil with every piece of flank steak into a roll. Think pinwheels. Do this until you have them all rolled up and then stick them in the oven (don't use toothpicks) on 350 degrees for 10 minutes and voila .... A simple elegant delicous dinner. I would of gladly taken pictures but my family wolfed these things down immediately. It has been requested that I make more so I promise when I do I will add the picture.

  On a side note my boss who comes to visit from New Jersey called me yesterday at work and told me she was checking out my blog again. She told me to start sharing my many recipes that I make with all the food I buy. Look Colleen,  I obeyed!

Happy Creating,

The Cute Couponer


  1. Did you cut the steak? From your instructions it seemed you did, but you did not say so or what size pieces they were.

  2. Yes I did cut them. I made about 12 rolls. Each piece was about 4 inches long and 2 inches wide. Sorry I will try to be more specific in the future.


    The Cute Couponer

  3. Valerie,
    The recipe sounds delicious! And I look forward to many more. Love the blog....wish I was closer to take advantage of the same deals...however, you've given me inspiration to start looking for these types of deals in New Jersey! By the way...what are you going to do with the protracters?

  4. There are lots of deals in New Jersey I hear! Thanks for the compliment. I will try not to disappoint!

    I have two things up my sleeve for the protracters, a decorating crafting project, and back to school baskets for some little munchkins!


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