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Argentine stuffed flank steak. My other mother, Irma Ramerez in Yuma, Arizona gave me this one. The only thing I changed was going to baby carrots.
- 6 servings
- 3 hours 15 minutes
- 2 – 3 lbs flank steak, butterflied and pounded thin
- 1 tablespoon Cajun seasoning
- 1½ tablespoons garlic, minced
- 18 spinach leaves, washed and dried
- 18 baby carrots, halved lengthwise
- 3 hard-boiled eggs, sliced, ¼ inch thick
- ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
- 3 slices thick deli bacon, cut into ¼ inch wide pieces
- 1 onion, thinly sliced
- 1 tablespoon garlic, minced
- 2 bay leaves
- 1 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped
- 1 cup red wine
- 3 cups beef stock
- Generously season both sides of the meat with Cajun seasoning, salt, fresh ground black pepper.
- Scatter 1½ tbsp garlic and ½ tsp red pepper flakes over one side of the meat.
- Cover with spinach leaves, leaving a ½ inch margin at all edges.
- Top with baby carrots and egg slices.
- Carefully roll, cinnamon roll fashion, tie with cotton string.
- You want the grain to run lengthwise down the roll.
- In a dutch oven brown bacon 'til crisp, remove and drain bacon on a paper towel.
- Leave half of the dripping in the pot , save the other half.
- Brown rolled steak on all sides.
- Set aside.
- Return remaining drippings to the pot.
- Add onions to the drippings, saute (stir fry) for 3- 4 minutes.
- Add 1 tbsp garlic, bay leaves, and thyme.
- Sauté 2 minutes.
- Remove and set aside.
- Discard the bay leaves.
- Deglaze the pot with wine.
- Scrape to release the goodies.
- Add stock, bring to a boil.
- Put meat into the pot, reduce heat to a simmer, cover.
- Simmer 1½ hours 'til it's fork tender.
- Carefully lift the meat from the pot.
- Place on a draining rack, let it rest for 10 min.
- Return pot to med-high, bring to a slow boil and reduce for 5-10 min.
- Scrap and stir, don't let it burn.
- Remove pot from heat, add bacon and the cooked onion mix, season to taste.
- Move the meat to a cutting board.
- Carefully snip the twine with shears.
- Cut as you would a cinnamon roll, 1 inch thick.
- Serve topped with its onion gravy and simple boiled baby potatoes (red, yukon,white) or maybe over rice or noodles.