Quick, easy and elegant are three qualities to look for in a good recipe. Well, one capable of encompassing all three are steak rolls. Cheese and other delicious fillings rolled into a thin steak that is cut into rounds before being pan seared are delectable every time. The beefy swirls give off an heir of sophistication that remains approachable and on top of that, are incredibly easy to prepare.
There are endless filling options but cheesy crusted spinach and mushroom steak rolls left a lasting impression. The brief description alone is enough to make your mouth water since the flavor combinations are brilliant! Meaty mushrooms with steak, and bitter spinach? Come on, what can get better? You get juicy beef, the earthy flavor of the mushrooms compliments the meat and the bitterness from the spinach balances everything out for the ultimate savory bite every time.
The rolls look like tasty little appetizers or the shining star of an entree you’ll find at a fine dining restaurant. After placing them in the hot pan, the meat browns beautifully and the cheese filling oozes out which creates a lovely crust on each swirl.
Quick Cheesy Spinach and Mushroom Steak Rolls Recipe
As the author states, although fancy, making these steak rolls is a cinch.
“These steak rolls may look fancy and all, but trust me they are so simple to make! The steaks are pretty thin so they cook fast. Only 5 minutes to prepare. Cook each side until brown for about 3 minutes then pop them into the oven for about 5-10 minutes. In the past, I would use thicker steaks because I suck so bad at butterflying them, so this time I wanted to use thinner steaks. It’s a win for me because I didn’t have to butterfly it and they cooked faster. I love saving steps.”
Don’t we all love time-saving steps? Better yet, isn’t a quick, simple recipe that yields a high-quality result impossible to resist? Whether you are just becoming one with your kitchen or are an experienced cook like us, these are a must-try. The recipe is approachable, saves time and, if you wish, is easy to edit to your liking.
How did your steak rolls turn out? Be sure to let us know!
Thanks to April for the featured image and amazing recipe.