BEEF ROLL STUFFED with MARINATED SPRING ONION


Do you also enjoy a delicious entrecote with grilled vegetables from the Big Green Egg on a regular basis? Then you will undoubtedly love these beef rolls. You can serve them as a party snack, a starter, or as a part of a shared dining menu, where all diners share little dishes. One thing is for certain though; these stuffed beef rolls from the Big Green Egg are to be enjoyed by all. You can prepare them in advance, and then cover and store them in the refrigerator. Once your guests have arrived, all you have to do is quickly grill them, allowing you to spend a lot of time with your guests.

For 8 rolls

Preparation in advance: 15 minutes

Preparation time: 6 minutes

INGREDIENTS

  • 18oz entrecote (or ribeye, or rib roast steak cut)
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 4 tbsp sweet chili sauce + extra to serve
  • 4 tbsp ketjap Asin (or soy sauce)
  • 4 tbsp mirin (also known as rice wine)
  • 4 tbsp sesame oil
  • 8 spring onions

METHOD

  1. Ignite the charcoal in the Big Green Egg and heat, with the Cast Iron Grid, to a temperature of 425°F.
  2. Cut the entrecote into 8 slices of approx. 3 mm each. Peel and finely chop the garlic and mix it in a bowl with the chili sauce, the ketjap, mirin and sesame oil to make a marinade. Cut the spring onions into long oval rings. Add these to the garlic marinade.
  3. Place an entrecote slice lengthwise on the work surface. Spread a generous tablespoon of marinated spring onion at the base of the slice, then roll the slice. Stick a cocktail stick through the roll to keep it together. Do the same with the other entrecote slices and marinated spring onion.
  4. Place the rolls on the grid of the Big Green Egg. Close the lid and grill for about 3 minutes. Turn the rolls over and grill for a further 3 minutes to cook the meat rare to medium rare.
  5. Remove the rolls from the EGG and serve immediately.

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