I am a foodie… I love trying new recipes, new flavors, and flavor combinations. As you can imagine I am that person that rarely orders the same thing twice at a restaurant. So when I found this recipe at Tablespoon, I knew I had to try it!
Balsamic Glazed Steak Wraps
I made a few adaptations from the original recipe.
- At my local retailer I found round steak already thinly sliced into 7 pieces.
- I added a yellow squash to my lineup of vegetables. I think you could add or eliminate whatever suited your tastes.
- I chopped the rosemary and added it to the glaze versus just using the springs and then removing them.
- The balsamic glaze was amazing, but I wanted more of it as I was eating the rolls, so I doubled the recipe.
- We paired this with rice and it was a great accompaniment.
- We pan fried these as we weren’t sure how they would hold up on the grill. I think they would be fine as long as you were fairly gentle when you flipped/rolled them over.
Here is a copy of the recipe I used, adaptions and all.
I think it would be fun to make a breakfast version of this with herb potato slices and a fried egg inside the steak roll with a spicy salsa drizzled over the top? What other versions would you make?
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6 thoughts on “Balsamic Glazed Steak Wraps”
This looks yummy, Lindsay! I’m always looking for new ways to use the beef in our freezer.
Hi Kim, it is pretty tasty 🙂
This looks soooooo good! Living in Kansas for a few years, I came to love flank steak. Every time there was a dinner at the feedyard, they would cook it.
Thank you for joining the Country Fair Blog Party!
Thanks Laurie, it was tasty!
I am so glad you shared this with us at Country Fair Blog Party! I shared it with my son, and he was out griling them last night! Yum!
Thanks Jan! I hope he liked them, we sure did.