Recipe by CYNBAD
"A friend of the family introduced this to us and we have used it quite often. Note: If grilling, do not put steak deals directly on grill as this will increase chances of a grease fire!"
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bottom round roast, cut into 1/8 inch thick slices
salt and pepper to taste
2 (8 ounce) packages
cream cheese, sliced
fresh hot chile peppers, seeded
Once I finally got these cooked properly, they were very good, although I can see why some people either cut the hot peppers in half or changed them for something else entirely. I used whole jalapenos, and they were extremely hot, although the cream cheese had the effect of cooling them down. Like everyone else, I had problems with the bacon being too uncooked. Next time will try using the broiler for this. I agree with some of the previous reviewers that these would also be great with regular peppers, tomatoes, onions, or some combination of those. Will try that next time.
This only gets 3 stars from me. I substituted green pepper for the chili's, so maybe that was the problem, but other than that we found this recipe to be just - blah - Won't be making again any time soon.
I don't like spicy foods so I sauted onion and green pepper in butter. My sister inlaw suggested using a thin sliced piece of roast beef from the local deli would be easier and broil to cook bacon not bake. I cooked even longer than required and it was still uncooked. Evey though they didn't turn out very well, I do have to say that they are delicious and I will work with the recipe to perfect it for myself. I give the flavor a thumbs up.
I have made these several times and my family loves them. I buy thin steaks, and for the filling, I cream the cream cheese with diced chili peppers, spread it over the entire steak and then roll them. I have also creamed the cream cheese with Jalapenos for a spicier meal. If I have cream cheese left over, I put it on top before I beak it, which makes a nice sauce to go with them.
This was very good! I had some trouble finding bottom round, but when I did I had it tenderized. I also used yellow banana peppers, and only 1/2 pepper (seeds removed) per rollup, which was plenty hot. I salted & peppered each slice of meat before rolling, but it still lacked a little flavor. Next time will add some garlic salt. I also wrapped each rollup with 2 slices of bacon and cooked in the oven. The bacon didn't get too crispy and no one wanted to eat it that uncooked, so I had to take everyones bacon and microwave it to get it crispy. Next time I will turn the broiler on for a few minutes or cook them on the grill over charcoal. Overall it was good, and didn't really take too long to fix. The next day we broiled the leftovers and the bacon got crispy! VERY GOOD!
I was looking for a way to cook a roast besides pot roast and I found this recipe. The whole family loved it as did I!! I was complimented throughout dinner. Great dish!!! I will definitely cook this again!
I made this for my parents in law to be, with stuffed tomatoes for a starter, i substituted the chili peppers for red, green and yellow regular peppers as they are a bit sensitive on the spiciness of things, it turned out absolutely wonderful! I sevred with potato gratin with an onion sauce (which complimented the steak perfectly) and mushrooms boiled in garlic and white wine.
I liked the idea more than the specific recipe... I used thin sandwich steaks followed a couple of others reviewers ideas. For one I creamed the cream cheese in a blender and two I sautéed some garlic and onion instead of the pepper. I laid a couple of spinach leaves down and putt a blob of the cream cheese onion garlic mixture on too then sprinkled with feta and added a couple of capers finally I rolled then wrapped with turkey bacon. After 20 min in the oven I turned on the broiler for the last 5 min to crisp the bacon. I then added olives to the cream cheese mixture (still in the blender) and blended again till just barely mixed and spooned over top for a sauce.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 957
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