Keto minute steak roulads with cheese and herb butter

Keto minute steak roulads with cheese and herb butter

Let’s talk amazing keto steak deliciousness! Flavorful meat wrapped about ooey, gooey, cheese, and served over softened leeks and mushrooms is stunningly delectable. We’re taking weeknight meals up a notch! Don’t forget the herb butter. Mmm, herb butter.

Keto minute steak roulads with cheese and herb butter

Let’s talk amazing keto steak deliciousness! Flavorful meat wrapped about ooey, gooey, cheese, and served over softened leeks and mushrooms is stunningly delectable. We’re taking weeknight meals up a notch! Don’t forget the herb butter. Mmm, herb butter.
USMetric
4 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 8 8 minute steakminute steaks
  • 8 8 tooth picktooth picks
  • 3 oz. 75 g (150 ml) cheddar cheese or gruyère cheese, cut into rods
  • salt and pepper
  • 2 tbsp 2 tbsp butter, for frying
  • 2 2 leekleeks
  • 15 oz. 450 g mushrooms
  • 2 tbsp 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 5 oz. 150 g herb butter

Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Trim and rinse the leeks. Cut into nice, wide slices, both the white and the green part. Cut the mushrooms into wedges.
  2. Fry mushrooms and leeks in olive oil until they have turned a nice color. Salt and pepper to taste. Place in a bowl, and cover to keep warm.
  3. Place the minute steaks on a large cutting board. Salt and pepper. Place a cheese rod on each minute steak and roll up. Close with a tooth pick.
  4. Sauté the roulades on medium heat for about 10–15 minutes and perhaps lower the heat towards the end.
  5. Pour the juices over the leeks and mushrooms. Serve the roulades with herb butter and the fried vegetables. Remember to remove the tooth picks before serving!

Tip!

You could also add a dash of red chili flakes for a kick of heat to the leeks!

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6 comments

  1. Susan
    My long held ideas of "diet" and healthy food have been turned upside down!!!
    After only three weeks I am feeling a lot better and enjoying the food. The most noticeable result so far = I always had one swollen ankle (Lymphadaema) in one leg and that has completely disappeared.
    Even though I never ate much bread, I have been missing something to have with soup until your recent LC bread recipe popped up. I have found it particularly successful - I make 6 buns at a time and freeze some. I did find I needed to cook them a bit longer than the original 40 mins. but will definitely continue to bake them regularly. Thank you.
    Onwards and upwards!!!
  2. Wendy
    I made a version of this tonight, added some cream to the mushrooms and leeks. It was delicious
  3. Irena
    Hello! I love your side and all that it offers. Thank God I speak and understand english, because it would be a shame not to be able to read this pages. However I don't understand what a 8 minute steak is. Would you be so kind an explain it to me. Thank you for all that you do for us. Have a nice day. Irena
    Reply: #4
  4. Justin
    Irena, a minute steak is a very thinly sliced steak. In some areas they are called sandwich steaks. The '8' is the quantity of steaks required for the recipe. :)
  5. Julia
    Irena, I am born and raised in the US and I had never heard of a minute steak. It looks like thinly sliced roast beef to me in the photo.
    So I googled it and here is the general response online.

    Minute steak is a thinly cut and pounded piece of beef, usually cut from the sirloin or round steak. Minute steaks are thin and cook very quickly, giving them their name. Because of their quick cooking times, minute steaks are the perfect answer to the meal-time question for the busy cook.

    And this site said this... I have heard of cube and round steak. Typically known as tougher or lesser quality meat. This is what that site said:
    Also known as breakfast steak, cube steak and round steak, minute steaks are sliced thinly to prevent them from being too chewy. Cooking them quickly under dry heat or slowly in moist heat prevents the meat from drying out

    Hope that helped for your Irena. It made it clearer for me and I am going to give this recipe a go.

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  7. Manvir
    For some reason or another i can’t find minute steaks for a reasonable price in the UK, i’m going to try this recipe by using normal steaks but slicing them to the appropriate size. How many grams of beef should i use for four portions?

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