Flank steak is an increasingly popular cut of meat in restaurants and on dinner tables. In this tutorial, the guys from Straight From the Block bring you a unique way of cooking this delicate cut of meat. This recipe is for pancetta stuffed flank steak, and it is easy to prepare and sure to impress.
You Will Need:
*2 Flank Steaks (butterflied)
*5 - 6 strands of cooking twine
*1/4 c. Sweet Onion
*1/4 c. Locatelli Cheese (shaved)
*1/4 c. Aged Asiago Cheese (shaved)
*1/2 Pancetta diced
*2 c. Bread Crumbs
*1 c. Olive oil
*1/2 c. olive oil for searing.
Preheat oven to 375. Prepare Butterfly, or have your local awesome butcher butterfly your flank steak, set aside.
In a bowl, mix the onion, cheeses, pancetta, bread crumbs, and olive oil.
Open the flank steak and stuff the ingredients in between the folds.
Roll the flank steak and tie with the cooking twine.
Cook Sear the meat in a frying pan on the stove for 5 - 7 minutes rotating and browning all sides.
Place the meat into a baking dish and bake in the over at 375 degrees for 20 - 25 minutes depending on your well done preference.
Take the meat out of the baking dish and let rest for 10 minutes, cut into 3/4" pieces and serve!