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Grilled Steak Pinwheels

Grilled Steak Pinwheels

"Serve this savory steak to family or friends and you won't have any leftovers."
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  1. Pound flank steaks on each side. Combine bacon, mushrooms, onions, basil and chives; spread evenly over steaks. Roll the meat up and secure with skewers or wooden picks. Cut each roll into 1/2- to 3/4-in. slices and secure with a wooden pick or skewer.
  2. Grill over hot heat for 4-6 minutes per side or until meat reaches desired doneness. Remove picks before serving.

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My whole family ate every bit of this steak! And, my husband is not a big fan of flank steak. Even my EXTREMELY picky 3 year old asked for seconds! I modified the recipe a bit. I pounded t...

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In all fairness to the recipe, I used some flank steak which had been in the freezer for a while. I had a sore arm from trying to pound it out thinly, and it turned out very tough, even though ...

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My whole family ate every bit of this steak! And, my husband is not a big fan of flank steak. Even my EXTREMELY picky 3 year old asked for seconds! I modified the recipe a bit. I pounded t...

this is a good recipe for pinwheels.I could never find one.To the filling,I added a layer of fresh spinach leaves & sprinkled with parmesan cheese before I rolled it up. I also put the toothpick...

I really enjoyed these. I don't eat beef very often but I liked this a lot. The pounding of the steak was a bit of a pain and I wish I could have gotten it thinner. The filling was delicious. I ...

Very yummy. I used ideas I read in the other comments and added some chopped garlic and cooked the filling in a little bit if the bacon grease before adding it to the flank, I also added a few ...

This was a pain in the to make. However, it IS different from your ordinary flank steak. My husband liked it so I guess that's all that matters. I enjoyed it but I think if I ever make this ...

Turned out just as I was hoping it would! A bit put-zy to assemble, but a wonderful success, both in flavor and presentation, for a special dinner with friends. We secured each with a toothpic...

Awesome, the only thing that I changed was that I did not slice the steak until it was done grilling. Very easy to make also, but looks like it took a long time!!

In all fairness to the recipe, I used some flank steak which had been in the freezer for a while. I had a sore arm from trying to pound it out thinly, and it turned out very tough, even though ...

I have made this for multiple parties and it has been a hit every time. Even my friend who hates mushrooms was asking for the recipe.

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