Dave's Heart Attack on a Plate

Dave's Heart Attack on a Plate created by alligirl

This is from a local radio station host here in San Diego. It is one of my hubby's all time favorite meals and the first thing he ever cooked for me when we first started dating. Enjoy!

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3hrs 30mins
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  • Pound the beef as thin as possible without creating holes. Cut into 3x3 inch pieces. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Place a spoonful of onions and bacon on each piece of meat. Wrap each piece into a tight ball and secure with toothpicks.
  • Heat olive oil in a medium sized sauce pan. Brown the meat in batches and set aside.
  • Deglaze the sauce pan with the wine. Scrape all the brown bits off the bottom of the pan to get all the flavor.
  • Add the garlic, beef broth, and liquid smoke to the sauce pan. Salt and pepper to taste.
  • Return meat to the sauce pan and allow to simmer for at least 2 hours. The longer the better!
  • Serve the meat over rice with some of the cooking juices.
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"This is from a local radio station host here in San Diego. It is one of my hubby's all time favorite meals and the first thing he ever cooked for me when we first started dating. Enjoy!"

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  1. Kendra Jeans Kitchen
    So, so good! I used beef cubed seaks (tenderized steaks) for this recipe. Had a request for gravy, so I thickened the juices and added some mushrooms. An excellent comfort food. Thank you for posting.
  2. Dienia B.
    i love beef rouladons and these were good used 1/4 teaspoon liquid smoke cause it scares melol used tenderized steak very good
  3. alligirl
    Dave's Heart Attack on a Plate Created by alligirl
  4. alligirl
    I was surprised how good this was! The flavor is wonderful! I reduced the recipe, for 2, and thinly sliced a NY strip, which is harder than it sounds. LOL They did go together fairly quickly, and were really tender (from all that simmering!) I did simmer for only 2 hours, but that seemed like enough, to me. We skipped the rice and ate these as a finger food, with some of the sauce for dipping! Thanks for sharing, Slatts! Made for ZWT.
  5. Lavender Lynn
    Bacon, onion, beef. 'nuff said. Similar to a rolled steak we often make, but without the tomato sauce that one features. We served this over white rice saturated in the broth, and when the meat was gone, cooked more rice in the broth and ate that too. Everyone raved!
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