Grilled Flank Steak Pinwheels is a meal that I used to love to get at a restaurant, but I wanted to find a way to make it at home. Over the years I have done some tweaking to perfect this but you know a lot of cooking is trial and error so don’t be afraid to change things up with what you like for taste. Plus if I can find a way to grill it at home instead of eating out, I will because everything tastes better done on a grill! (I have included links to some great products that I have bought on my own and we love. You can buy them as well through my online sales links)
A good flank steak can be hard to find, I love that I live two blocks from a local butcher shop makes it easy to run in and grab a cut of meat. That is where I found the steak for this meal, you may want to call around before running to the store. Now for this meal, you need a GOOD meat tenderizer, pounding this steak as flat as you can is important! Luckily you can pick one up on Amazon for a great price and not even have to leave the house!
Grilled Flank Steak Pinwheels Ingredients:
- Flank steak *I found mine at a butcher shop*
- Baby spinach
- Gouda cheese
- Gorgonzola cheese crumbles
- White wine
- Four cheese Alfredo sauce
- Olive oil
- Old Bay seasoning
- Himalayan pink salt
- Ground black pepper
- Montreal steak seasoning
- Garlic salt
- Johnny’s season salt
- Butcher string
- Meat tenderizer hammer
Grilled Flank Steak Pinwheels Directions:
Fire up your grill to get it warming up to cook
Roll out your flank steak and then pound with meat tenderizer
In a bowl combine some olive oil and sesame oil and then use a basting brush to spread onto your hammered flank
Next layer on Prosciutto on to the stack and baby spinach leaves
Top the baby spinach with Gorgonzola cheese crumbles and shredded Gouda (or crumbles if you can find them)
Have your butcher string handy and start to roll your flank steak into a tight roll. Once your steak is rolled wrap it with the butcher string tightly to make sure it doesn’t come loose for cooking and moving to the grill.
Drizzle the rolled steak with olive oil and season with Old Bay, Himalayan pink salt, ground black pepper, Montreal steak seasoning, garlic salt, and Johnny’s seasoned salt.
Place on your grill and let it cook! I set a timer to go roll mine over every 7 minutes till it was done!
While your steak is on the grill you can make a white wine sauce to pair up with it! In a pan on the stove top in a pan combine a jar of 4 cheese Alfredo sauce, 1/4 jar of white wine (I put my wine in the jar and then closed it gave it a good shake to get all the Alfredo sauce our of the jar). Season with salt and pepper and allow to simmer while your steak is on the grill!
Once your steak is done slice it up to see your pinwheel steak!! I drizzled my wine sauce on the plate and then served it up with bacon asparagus, garlic bread, and Garlic Butter Grilled Shrimp Skewers!! Plus if you are looking for bonus points with your girl this is a great meal to make for an at home date night!
If it comes out not as done as you want you can put it in the oven or microwave to brown some more, we tend to eat our meat redder than most so I was happy with the results!! I paired this up with Garlic Butter Grilled Shrimp Skewers for our dinner sprinkled Old Bay on everything after it was cooked, it was an amazing!
What do you make with flank steaks?