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Steak-&-Boursin-Wrapped Bells

December 2005/January 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.4 (76 votes)

For an even quicker preparation, try deli roast beef.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Took these to a party - they were a huge hit. My husband, who doesn't like peppers, loved them. I used deli roast beef and also made some with deli turkey. Make sure it isn't sliced too thin or it falls apart while you're spreading it...
Steak-&-Boursin-Wrapped Bells

6 Reviews for Steak-&-Boursin-Wrapped Bells

01/15/2014
Anonymous
Please help

What is the weight of each strip? And how many wrapped bells = one serving size for the 1200 calorie day?

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Anonymous wrote 16 weeks 4 days ago

Each one is about 0.5 ounces

Each one is about 0.5 ounces of beef with 1 teaspoon of cheese and the peppers. According to the nutrition info, that is 37 calories. There is no "serving size" - you decide how many pieces you want to eat. So if you want to use this as a meal and eat 10, your serving is 370 calories.

01/15/2014
Anonymous
Please help

What is the weight of each strip? And how many wrapped bells = one serving size for the 1200 calorie day?

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01/20/2013
Anonymous
Elegant, Simple & Delicious

This recipe was definitely a hit at a party. I used grilled ribeye steak, cooked medium rare, same cheese as listed above, along with red and green bell peppers. I highly recommend you try it! It's very simple and takes no time at all to make, your family and friends will love it!

very easy, quick
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11/27/2012
Anonymous
few questions ..

I have a couple questions. First off how thin is thin sliced? Can the deli counter slice it for me? Is it already cooked when you wrap it, or cook it with the cheese and peppers?

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 50 weeks ago

Use precooked beef or DELI

Use precooked beef or DELI slices. This is thin //

12/11/2011
Anonymous
Simple, delish, & pretty...

These are easy to make if you use deli roast beef, I used smoked roast beef. You can use any color peppers -- I used red, orange, and yellow. I also used Jalapeno sprears for my friends who like a little bite.

easy to make
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