Bacon is the star ingredient in these pinwheels. Packed full of flavour, this recipe includes the irresistible trio of crispy, grilled bacon, Asiago cheese and spinach.
|1/2 Pkg||Maple Leaf Bacon|
|500 g||Flank Steak, (thin as possible, or ask meat department to butterfly the steak)|
|170 g||Asiago cheese|
|170 g||Feta cheese|
|170 g||Baby spinach leaves|
|6||Dempster's Original Hamburger Buns|
|1 Pkg||Wooden skewers, soak in water for 20 minutes before use|
Preheat the grill to medium.
Place bacon on large piece of heavy foil. Turn up edges to form a large pan. Grill until bacon is crispy, turning frequently, (approximately 20 minutes).
Turn grill off while you prepare the pinwheels. Crumble bacon.
Spread the flank steak out so that the grain is running from left to right. Sprinkle one half of the salt and pepper on the steak.
Spread a layer of Asiago cheese on the steak, followed by a layer of spinach leaves, and then the feta cheese. Sprinkle crumbled bacon evenly over the steak.
Begin rolling the steak up tightly, rolling the steak away from you, until the entire steak is rolled up.
Place skewers through the steak roll in several places, about 1.5 cm apart, so the steak roll will remain intact during grilling. Sprinkle remaining salt and pepper on outside of steak roll.
Coat grill with spray or olive oil and preheat to high heat.
Place on grill, close cover and grill 4 to 5 minutes on each side of the steak roll. Remove from grill, cover with aluminium foil and let the steak rest for 10 minutes.
Cut the steak roll into individual pinwheels, half-way between each skewer. (You may need to add additional skewers to keep each pinwheel intact). Check each pinwheel for doneness, and, if necessary, return to grill until desired level of doneness is achieved.
Lightly toast hamburger buns on the grill. Remove buns from grill. Place a layer of spinach leaves on the bun bottoms. Place the steak pinwheels inside the buns and serve.
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