|More Fabulous Beans|
|by Barb Bloomfield|
Learn how to use a variety of different beans in a medley of healthful dishes that will be just right-whether cooking for two or a crowd.
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Pound steak to about 1/4" ... steak lengthwise and secure with toothpicks. Slice 1 1/2" thick and grill until done. (Spray grill with Pam before grilling.)
Adjust oven rack ... excess fat from steak. With the ... before serving. Serve with corn on the cob and green salad with creamy dressing. Makes 4 servings.
Place round steak on wooden block. ... 1/2 inches wide. Pinwheel strips and wraps ... Broil or cook on grill. Makes 8 to 10 depending on size of round steak.
Tenderize steak by pounding with ... cooking time. Use the mushroom soup sauce to make gravy. Slice rolled steak into 1 inch slices. Makes 8-12 servings.
Pound steak to flatten slightly. ... broiler and sear steaks about 2 minutes ... desired. Serve with green beans or broccoli along with bread sticks. Serves 6.
Pound steaks to 1/4 inch ... wooden toothpicks. Place pinwheels in a shallow ... Transfer to serving platter and garnish with additional chives. Serves 8.
In large skillet, ... paper towels. Score steak by making shallow ... minutes more for medium doneness. Remove picks. If desired, serve with Hollandaise Sauce.
Cook bacon, not ... - drain. Score steak by making diagonal ... between toothpicks creating pinwheels. Broil 3 ... minutes, turn and broil additional 6 minutes.
Lay steak out and pound ... short end. Secure with toothpicks (about 1-inch apart), then cut into 1-inch pinwheels. Cook on grill until desired doneness.
Marinate steak in above ingredients ... fresh parsley. Roll up and hold together with toothpicks. Cut in 1 inch serving slices. Grill 3 minutes on each side.
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