Bacon and Beef Rolls

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    Bacon and Beef Rolls

    Bacon and Beef Rolls

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    2hours20min


    41 people made this

    Strips of sirloin beef are rolled with bacon then sauteed before being simmered with onions and butter. Great as an entree or main meal.

    Ingredients
    Serves: 10 

    • 700g top sirloin, lean
    • 500g bacon
    • 1 cup chopped diced
    • 330g butter

    Directions
    Preparation:10min  ›  Cook:2hours10min  ›  Ready in:2hours20min 

    1. Cut the beef into strips that are approximately 2cm wide and the same length or close to the length of the bacon strip; about 1/2cm thick.
    2. Make the beef and bacon rolls by laying a strip of bacon on a strip of beef and rolling them together so that the beef is on the outside when you finish rolling. Insert a toothpick so that it goes in on the bottom left side and comes out the top right side when looked at vertically.
    3. In large frypan, saute onions and butter until onions are tender. Lay a single layer of beef bacon rolls in the frypan. Brown them on medium heat, turning once or twice. Cover the frypan and simmer about 2 hours.
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    64

    This is an excellent apetizer for the grill also. I baste with Itallian dressing and put on the grill. Instead of the toothpick, I use a dry spaghetti noodle. It melts when done and you don't have to worry about biting into the toothpick. Great for tailgating parties.  -  03 Jul 2002  (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)

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    60

    Well, I looked in the freezer, and was pretty much down to the dreaded roast. Not my husband's favorite. So I was looking for something different to do with it. I was kinda skeptical, but this was a real hit. After his first bite, I got, "WOW, this is great!" A real compliment considering that I get the eye-roll when I tell him its a new recipe. I don't like onions, but put them in there anyway. You don't need to eat them, but it gave it a really good flavor. The meat was done perfect and very tasty. I put a little bit of garlic in there (mainly habit). I served with a little bit of horseradish. Definately a keeper...Thanks!  -  28 May 2002  (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)

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    35

    These were only ok - I had high hopes from the good reviews, but for me they were actually too fatty. I must prefer bacon on the crisp side, because to have it that soft and tender was unappealing. People seemed to like them, but there were a lot leftover, so they may have just been being nice. Very tender and flavorful, but skip these if you dont like the texture of the white fatty part of meat.  -  06 Feb 2006  (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)

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