Nikki's Steak Saltimbocca Recipe
Steak is pounded thin and rolled up with fresh sage, provolone cheese and prosciutto. This is a delicious recipe using inexpensive skirt steak. Saltimbocca literally translates to 'jump in the mouth' and the bold flavors in this recipe will do just that.
I was surprised at how much I loved the fresh sage in this dish. It does mellow out when cooking. I could only find skirt steak and with it being so muscular I couldn't pound it into submission so I butterflied 1/2" thick strips and got the perfect size. It's amazing how much flavor the proscuitto gives every bite. It's one of those dishes that makes you look like a pro in the kitchen. Definitely comany-worthy.
I thought this was pretty awful, as did my wife. Just browning the outside of the rolls, the times are completely off as multiple people have mentioned (I use an actual oven thermometer, not the oven's built in one so I eliminated that possibility). I love beef, I enjoy skirt steak, this just didn't do it for me. My wife found the sage to be too overpowering, and I can see why. Everything is just competing for your palette, and there isn't any balance. I had higher hopes for the dish.
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