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A restaurant-worthy appetizer stuffed with cream cheese, garlic, Parmesan cheese, and a hint of heat. Bruschetta is a traditional Italian item in which small slices of bread are topped with such things as tomato, basil, and mozzarella cheese, as is the case in this delightful recipe. I tried reheating it but should have read the posts before that way I could have just added water or more beef broth. Do you think the error I did using 2T of butter instead of tsp was where I went wrong from the beginning with the sauce?

We had this for dinner tonight, it was amazing!!! I doubled the sauce just because I knew everyone would want to add more for their rice! I ended up unrolling them and finished cooking them that way. I made these last night and they were absolutely amazing.

I made it with jasmine rice. Thanks for the recipe!!! I found this recipe on Pinterest and knew I had to try it right away. I made a few small changes to it but it was fantastic! I posted the recipe to my blog with my very minor changes to ingredients and preparation and used your photo with credit and linked your blog to it.

Thank you for sharing this recipe! The steaks were quite thick and long so the outside was well done while the inside was a medium rare! It was so good! I made the balsamic glaze the way it said except with onion not shallots and I personally thought it was way to sweet so I made another batch with no sugar and mixed the 2 and it was much better!

Balsamic Glazed Steak Rolls

I really enjoyed making this and really glad for the idea! There are so many things you could do with this recipe! I just checked out the button at the bottom of the recipe and did a print of the very same recipe and it seemed to work fine for me. We tried this tonight! It was so freakin good!!! Even my husband loved it the flavors worked so well together.

Would change a thing!!! I made these last night and they were to die for, am now sharing the recipe with others. I too modified it. I did use flank steak and pounded it to all one thickness and size for the cut pieces. I varied my vegetables too. But, the one thing I noticed was this- I was making jasmine rice as a side dish and added some ginger to that.

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I must have used the same spoon to stir everything because the meat had a ginger taste to it. BTW, I timed the reduction time and it was 7 minutes on my gas stove, med heat. Do you think these would be just as good if they were cooked the day after they were made up? The reason I ask, is because there are only two in my house hold, and we wont eat all of them in one meal. I would assume they would taste better if cooked fully on the day we would eat them!

What are your thoughts? You may want to slightly undercook the veggies however, cos I could see them getting a little soggy and not tasting as fresh. That sauce is top on our new food list. Perhaps you can offer me a tip as to? I used sirloin tip pounded tissue thin and marinated over 6 hrs. Hi Diane, I honestly would have suggested sirloin to be the most tender. But if your sirloin is too tough I feel like you may be cooking it too long. It simply needs to be seared for a minute or two on high, for each side to be cooked to medium well.

In hindsight I probably would have used either flank steak or thin cut sirloin. Have you tried them with chicken breasts? If so how did you cook the chicken? This is very yummy and can be altered a teensy bit to fit the Paleo or Virgin diet too. Will be making these quite often. Is there anything I can do before hand so I can get the dishes and work out of the way before my guests arrive?

I figured I would julienne all the veggies and cut and season the meat the night before, and make the sauce a few hours before. Like you said, if you julienne all the veggies and marinate the meat the night before, the morning of the party you can make the sauce which you can later re-heat and loosen with a dash of beef broth and roll the veggies in the steak.

I would also pan sear the rolls that afternoon and when your dinner starts finish them off in the oven to serve them up hot. And Happy Birthday to your husband! I am usually someone who comments when food is either fantastic, or hideous and let me tell you, this dish is fantastic! My husband said it was delicious, restaurant quality delicious! Definitely one of my top recipes. Love, love, love it! These were so good. Husband, 4 year old and 2 year old loved them as well.

I will be making this again and again! Proof read your posts for spelling grammer errors would make it appear more intelligent. Also, when pointing out spelling mistakes…check your own first. It still amazes me that people need to bring others down to make themselves feel superior, all from the anonymity of the Internet. I thank you for the work you put into developing this recipe and for allowing us to share in your creativity.

I know he will love it. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe, my husband and I absolutely loved it! Does anyone know the nutritional facts? Thank you for posting this — and your pictures are gorgeous. Planning on trying this out this weekend. Just made this recipe today. It was delicious, and perhaps more importantly, it really looked the business!

Made with roast potatoes and cauliflower, and stacked on the potatoes, it looked really professional. Many thanks for making it easy and providing the confidence to give it a try. Regards from sunny Spain. Teamed with a garden salad for summer, roast veggies in winter or in a school or work lunchbox… always a winner!

These not only sound tasty, but they look it too. I think I may even get the younger grandkids to eat these. But bacon may not be such a bad idea! Made this for dinner tonight. I used flank steak, and swapped matchstick carrots for the green peppers. But the star of this recipe is the balsamic glaze. These rolls were very filling but not heavy. I will definitely make this again soon! I got the recipe from here but, per usual, I changed just a few things based on what spices, etc. I had in our […].

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