How Long To Cook Beef Roll Ups In Oven

Cook & Assemble the beef rolls

1. Place the peppers and onion in the center of each flattened roll, then divide the cheese among the eight rolls.

Season with salt and pepper if you wish.

2. Roll them tightly, then tuck the end in with a toothpick to keep the rolls from unraveling.

3. When a large fry pan is hot enough, add the beef rolls to it, seam side down. You don’t need to add any oil because the meat is already oiled.

Turn the rolls after they are sealed (30 to 60 seconds) so that they cook evenly.

The most common cooking temperature is medium to rare, but you can cook for however long or short a time as you like.

4. When finished, take off the heat source, transfer to a plate, give it a minute or two to rest, and then take out the toothpicks.

5. As shown in my pictures, drizzle the balsamic glaze over the tops, then serve and savor!

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How Long To Cook Beef Roll Ups In Oven


  • Steak: I usually use a small mallet to tenderize thin round steaks. Additionally, I occasionally purchase “breakfast steaks,” which are thin, round steaks that the butcher has packaged and tenderized.
  • Garlic: Without garlic, one of mom’s savory recipes wouldn’t be the same! A few cloves of garlic pack a ton of flavor!
  • Red pepper Flakes: This dish would benefit greatly from a little heat. You can avoid it if you really don’t like spicy food.
  • Parmesan Cheese: Since Parmesan cheese goes so well with steak and prosciutto, I like to add a small amount of it to the herb mixture.
  • Chopped Parsley: I love how fresh herbs like parsley give my steak roll-ups a little burst of flavor.
  • Lemon Zest: This recipe also has a delicious citrus flavor.
  • Olive Oil: To sauté the beef roll-ups and make the herb mixture, you’ll need to use olive oil.
  • Prosciutto: If prosciutto is unavailable, thin-cut bacon slices may be substituted.
  • All-Purpose Flour: Before sautéing your roll-ups, dust them with flour so that the juices will serve as the foundation for the sauce!
  • Water: In order to make your sauce, you’ll also need to add some water to the sauté pan.
  • Onion: For this recipe, I prefer to use a yellow onion.
  • Sherry: Savory dishes benefit greatly from the flavor that a good bottle of sherry (avoid the “cooking sherry”) brings.

How Long To Cook Beef Roll Ups In Oven

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