Ok so this is one of those recipes’ that you will hold on to forever, not only is it easy, and clean, but it’s also MAN APPROVED! Does it get much better? Oh yeah it’s also fairly cheap. There are only two non-pantry items to buy so even though you’re cooking steak, if you make sides of salad and a baked potato, or simple pasta, you still have a full meal for less than $6 a person. I love it, oh do I love it.
I think what I like best about it is that it looks complicated, taste’s decadent, and is totally easy! You would never know.
Blue Cheese Stuffed Steak
1 lb sirloin steak, cut in half
1 tbs worchestshire sauce
1 tbs balsamic vinegar
½ tsp Pepper
3 oz Blue Cheese Crumbles
1 tbs oil
Combine worchestshire sauce, balsamic vinegar, and pepper in a plastic bag. Place steak in the bag shaking the cover the steak. Allow it to marinate for at least 30 minutes, or overnight. Remove the steak from the bag and cut the Steak in Half, then carefully cut a slit in the middle of the steak to make a kind of pocket. Be sure to take care and not poke out the sides or you will have cheese oozing out while cooking. With one hand hold open the steak pocket and stuff it with half the cheese, do the same for the other piece until they are full. Heat oil in a cast iron skillet and place steaks in to sear. Cook each side for roughly 5 minutes or until desired doneness, take care while flipping that you don’t lose all of the stuffing. Let stand another 5 minutes before serving. (serves 2)