I tend to go one of two manners when meat is grilled by me: I gravy.

A marinade and this cut can add a lot together. Although, I believe the route that is stuffed is considerably more intriguing. Not only can a marinade deliver not more flavor assortment than the stuffing, additionally, it affords options for texture, which I took advantage of here.

When is a meat a toast? When it’s folded, cooked, and packed. That is easily one of my favorite groundwork and if there is goat-cheese in the combination, you know I am returning for more.

Stuffed Flank Steak with Goat & Prosciutto Cheese

by Paul Lang


5 slices prosciutto

1/2 cup chopped walnuts

1/2 cup flat leaf parsley, fresh

4 oz goat cheese


Olive oil

butcher twine


1. Remove any fat that is unwanted fat and sinew from the flank steak.

2. Butterfly the steak.

Notice: Flank is comparatively thin, which could make this a tad tricky. To make the process just a little more easy, make sure you utilize a big sharp blade. Also, bring the steak close the border of the countertop and cut into the flank so that your hand dangles off the edge. This allows for the edge to remain similar to the countertop throughout the cut. If cutting directly within the countertop, I dunk my hands being too significantly while kept by the knife above the worksurface, I discover.

Starting at one corner, piece together with the grain along the edge that is long into the guts of the meat.

Being careful to maintain the knife similar, continue to cut, halting approximately 1/2 inch in the other long edge, till the beef can open like a book.

Flip the steak over.

The steak should be of uniform depth. If any meat is remaining at the “hinge,” slit it off.

The meat that is turn back around so that the grain runs from left to right.

3. Beginning in the border closest to you, cover the meat with the prosciutto slices.

4. Time liberally with pepper and salt.

5. In a small food processor, mix the walnuts.

Set the mixture equally over the parma ham keeping it off the far long edge by a few inches.

6. Maintaining the meat tight, roll the steak away from you towards the much edge.

7. Add the goat cheese in the same way.

When completed, it should appear like this:

8. Start in the centre of the meal with the first piece of twine after which perform towards the outside.

9. Using butchers twine, fix the flank meat.

5 troubles should readily hold the steak together.

10. Ready the grill to get a two-zone fireplace with medium-high-heat (400-450 F).

1-1. Lightly brush the meat with olive-oil.

1-2. Sear each side of the steak over direct heat.

Approximately 2 minutes a side, for 8 minutes total. Move the meal to indirect heat and continue to grill for approximately 20 more minutes, or until the the interior temperature of the steak is 130 F, as measured using an instant-read thermometer.

Remove from the grill and allow to rest for 8-10 minutes. Slice and serve.