We don't eat a lot of steak in my house, for a couple of reasons: it's expensive, and my wife isn't a big fan. I like this recipe, though, and round steak isn't usually terribly expensive, so I make it from time to time.
- 1 round steak, pounded thin and either quartered or cut into six longish strips, depending on whether you want large or small servings.
- Fresh spinach (roughly half of the bag of it you can get at the store)
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- Sliced cheese (pick a favorite here. I've used cheddar, co-jack, swiss, muenster...all work)
- Salt and pepper (or your favorite steak seasonings)
- Soy sauce, to taste
Then, lay your steaks out on a work surface, and season as desired. Place half a slice of cheese on the steak, then a layer of spinach. Roll up the steak and secure with a toothpick. Place the finished rollups in an 8x8 baking dish, and add a little soy sauce to them.
Bake at 550 (yes, 550) for 20 minutes or until they've hit your desired level of doneness. Let them rest for a few minutes before cutting into them.