Stuffed Flank Steak with Butterfly Tutorial | #SundaySupper @Beef

Spinach, feta and roasted red peppers beautifully highlight the flavors of this grilled flank steak.

Stuffed Flank Steak with Butterfly Tutorial from The Foodie Army Wife

This week the Sunday Supper team has gotten together to share with you recipes that highlight the versatility and creativity that you can incorporate into your recipes using beef! With twenty different beef recipes, you will not be hungry for ideas the next time you are at the butcher shop! When I saw that we would be working with the Beef Checkoff, I knew immediately that I needed to make this recipe for you, inspired by Bill from Southern Boy Dishes.

To begin, you will need a nice, two pound flank steak. Butterfly open your flank steak with a sharp knife.

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Never butterflied a flank steak? No problem! Here’s a tutorial video that I made just for you:

 

Once your steak is butterflied, lightly salt & pepper it. Then grab a jar of roasted red peppers. Dice two thirds of a cup of the lovely, flavorful peppers.

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Spread the peppers over the top of the steak, leaving about an inch of space around the edges.

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Top this with a cup and a half of baby spinach.

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Sprinkle with 2/3 cup of herbed, crumbled feta cheese.

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Starting at the end, along the grain of the meat, roll the steak up like you are going to make cinnamon rolls.

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Tie the roll closed with kitchen twine in 1 inch increments.

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Trim off the excess twine.

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Brush the outside of the roll with olive oil.

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Salt and pepper the outside.

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Heat your grill to high heat, and place your steak roll on the grates. Cook it on one side for 2 minutes, and turn over. Turn the heat off on the side with the steak, and cook over indirect heat at 400 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until it registers 135 -150 degrees internally with a thermometer – depending on how done you like your steak.

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Allow your steak to rest for 10 minutes, and then slice into beautiful medallions.

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Enjoy!

Stuffed Flank Steak with Butterfly Tutorial from The Foodie Army Wife 1

 

Stuffed Flank Steak

Stuffed Flank Steak

Spinach, feta and roasted red peppers beautifully highlight the flavors of this grilled flank steak.

Ingredients

  • 2 lb flank steak, butterflied
  • 1 tsp salt, divided
  • 1 tsp fresh ground black pepper, divided
  • 2/3 c jarred roasted red pepper, diced
  • 1 1/2 c baby spinach
  • 2/3 c herbed, crumbled feta cheese
  • 2 tsp olive oil

To begin, butterfly open your flank steak with a sharp knife. Once your steak is butterflied, lightly salt & pepper it with a half teaspoon of each. Spread the diced peppers over the top of the steak, leaving about an inch of space around the edges. Top this with the baby spinach. Sprinkle with the herbed, crumbled feta cheese. Starting at the end, along the grain of the meat, roll the steak up like you are going to make cinnamon rolls. Tie the roll closed with kitchen twine in 1 inch increments. Trim off the excess twine. Brush the outside of the roll with olive oil. Salt and pepper the outside.

Heat your grill to high heat, and place your steak roll on the grates. Cook it on one side for 2 minutes, and turn over. Turn the heat off on the side with the steak, and cook over indirect heat at 400 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until it registers 135 -150 degrees internally with a thermometer – depending on how done you like your steak. Allow your steak to rest for 10 minutes, and then slice into beautiful medallions.

Enjoy!

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I’m very excited that the team has been working with the Beef Checkoff this week. I have a house full of carnivores and what better way to satisfy their appetites than with a good steak? Whether it is a rich Burgundy Beef stew, a sizzling steak fajita, or a juicy bacon cheeseburger, beef is well loved under this roof!

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