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Lazy beef flourentine pinwheels

SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 4,544
edited October 2013 in Beef
Picked these up at BJs:

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Talk about easy!  They even come in a pan you can cook them in.  I dusted them with steak seasoning (Kirkland Signature from Costco) and put them on the egg indirect along with some honey gold potatoes in another pan.  I pulled them at about 135 and let them rest.  

There was a good amount of juice in the pan, so I decided to try a pan sauce.  I poured the juice in a sauce pot and added some balsamic, Worcestershire, steak seasoning, and red pepper jelly.  Brought this to a boil and reduced while the beef rested and the potatoes cooked a little longer.  
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They were really outstanding.  I could probably save a few bucks purchasing the components and building them myself, but for the convenience I think I will just buy them.  

One tip- cut the twine and remove before serving so everyone isn't fighting it at the table ;)


Which came first the chicken or the egg?  I egged the chicken and then I ate his leg. 

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