Late Dinner: The 101 can go to hell

So after a long day at work, and an annoying drive home.. through some miracle of science (or perhaps an iced caramel macchiatto on the way home) I was still alive enough to cook some pretty amazing dinner. Though just barely.

I made some steak roulades stuffed with spinach, cheese, and some bread crumbs that were dampened with a little bit of sweet vermouth. Admittedly, the vermouth was kind of an afterthought because I have a bottle that I wanna go through.. and I sure as hell won’t drink the stuff.. but the vermouth really added something great to the flavor.

Anyway, so once I spread the mixture on the strips of beef, I rolled them up. I tied off the rolls so they didn’t ooze filling.. I browned them in a frying pan, then finished them off at 400 for about 15 minutes.

Along with this, I made some rainbow chard, and some baby potatoes. It was not quick.. nor was it simple. It was totally worth it though.


About The Confluent Kitchen

I am food obsessed. I love trying new recipes, putzing in the kitchen, making my own cheese and other random kitchen tom-foolery. Follow my exploits.. the good, the bad, and the burnt.
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6 Responses to Late Dinner: The 101 can go to hell

  1. What did you tie the rolls off with?

  2. Sianna says:

    Looks so darned yummy! Beats my tuna sandwich and salad last night.

  3. yum. sometimes a little effort and time are worth it! Because I love all your posts so much, I’ve nominated you, my dear, for the Liebster Award! (

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