Saturday, May 3, 2008

Beef Pinwheels

Now, you can make these pinwheels yourself, or my local food store has them already cut up into individual pinwheels. I just need to season them before cooking.

1 beef pinwheel

Preheat your GT Xpress. Pop it into the well. Cook about 15 min. for medium-well.

If you'd like to make several pinwheels, here's what you do...

1 strip steak or eye round steak or flank steak (something good for broiling) - 1/2" in thickness
garlic powder, onion powder, S&P
about 1/2 bag fresh spinach or baby spinach, washed & stems removed
about 9 slices of deli-style provolone cheese
kitchen twine

The steak should be in a rectangle or square shape, about 12" x 8" so it's easy to work with. You can pound it if necessary to get it to the desired thickness and size. If you pound it, place a piece of Saran Wrap under and on top of the meat. Then pound gently into the direction you need to pound to get the shape and size needed. Season the meat. Place spinach on top. Then cheese in one layer. Roll tightly. Tie at 2" spacing down the length of the roast. Cut the roast between the ties of twine, and you will have pinwheels that are 2" thick.

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