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Flank Steak Pinwheels

June/July 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (76 votes)

These festive wheels of steak, Boursin cheese, spinach and sun-dried tomatoes look fancy, but they're quite easy to make. For a party, arrange them on a platter atop a bed of spinach.



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Flank Steak Pinwheels Recipe

6 Reviews for Flank Steak Pinwheels

06/10/2014
Anonymous
Awesome yummy steak

Looks nice easy and tastes great! We will definetly be making this again.

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07/05/2013
Anonymous
Yummy

I used round steak because I had two in the fridge and I used light garden vegetable cream cheese and added sweet onions and green onions to the tomatoes and spinach and these turned out fabulous. They both looked and tasted fantastic. I also prepared them the night before and the flavors all blended so well. I will definitely be making these often when grilling and in the oven when it gets too cold to grill.

Can be completely personalized to your own tastes
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07/05/2013
Anonymous
Yummy

I used round steak because I had two in the fridge and I used light garden vegetable cream cheese and added sweet onions and green onions to the tomatoes and spinach and these turned out fabulous. They both looked and tasted fantastic. I also prepared them the night before and the flavors all blended so well. I will definitely be making these often when grilling and in the oven when it gets too cold to grill.

Can be completely personalized to your own tastes
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03/16/2012
Excellente'

This was amazing! I used a little bit of shredded vegan cheese as a substitute and used the oven at 425 for 40 minutes... way too long! Should have done it for 20, still great though. Thanks for the wonderful lower calorie recipe!!

Beautiful presentation,
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02/04/2011
Ok, but NOT worth the effort!

Great if you want to work on your steak pounding skills. Not great if you can't keep your roll together- which was hard for me since the steak didn't turn out a perfect square (or even a rectangle would have been nice!), or 1/4in thick throughout. I also didn't get the pinwheel effect, more of a "c" shape because it fell apart on the way to the grill. I'd say get some tips on rolling meat first, and THEN try. For me, this recipe wasn't tasty enough for all of the effort I put into it, and I probably won't make it again... I don't mind doing a little work, but if the outcome isn't all that great, it's just not worth it.

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