This might sound like a really, really weird recipe, but I assure you, it's tasty! I'm not so sure of what the cut of beef is called in English - it's called "l�vbiff" here, which translates into "leaf-beef", since it's "thin as a leaf". It's basically a very thin slice of beef, that you can easily roll up. There must be something like it in your grocery store, yes? I don't generally use it much, since it goes so incredibly dry if you just fry it, but it's nice for rolling things inside of it. My mother-in-law makes awesome roulades with salami and cheese inside, in a red wine sauce. Very delicious!
Teriyaki Garlic Beef Roulades
4-6 very thin slices of beef (about 300 g)
100 g soft garlic cheese, such as Boursin
100 ml teriyaki sauce
1 tbsp sesame seeds
butter to fry in
salt, black pepper
Sprinkle the meat with salt and pepper. Place a spoonful of cheese near the end of each meat slice and roll them up. Use a toothpick to secure them.
Fry in a hot pan for about 2 minutes on each side. Sprinkle with the sesame seeds and add the teriyaki sauce. Serve right away, preferrably with rice and some boiled carrots or other veggies.
Recipe in Swedish:
Vitl�ksfylld l�vbiff med teriyakis�s
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
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