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Rolled, Stuffed, Sirloin Tip Steak

Updated on March 4, 2012

Thin Cut Sirloin Tip Steak


I made something tonight that I thought up. It turned out pretty good. Unfortunately I never thought to take pictures of the steps and ingredients and such til dinner was over. So I will simply do my best to give clear easy to follow instructions.

Ingredients (for three people)

one package of Sirloin Tip Steaks, thin cut (usually has three steaks in it).

Half a cube of cream cheese.

One small can of whole mushrooms.

One small can of black olives or half a regular size can.

Garlic salt to taste.

Fresh chopped onion or dried chopped onion (If fresh, only about 1/4 of the onion is needed). i used about a teaspoon of dried chopped onion.

About one tablespoon of smokey horseradish sauce.

9 slices of sharp cheddar.

One large can of Cream Of Mushroom Soup.

First chop the olives, mushrooms and onion and combine in a bowl. Add the Smokey Horseradish Sauce and the Cream Cheese. Add the Garlic Salt and mix the whole thing together until it is well blended. Lay out each steak and smooth a thin layer of mix over the steak until it is completely covered. On our steaks, it had some loose pieces and we tucked these in and then rolled the steak into a roll, pinning it shut with a toothpick. take a baking dish and spray with butter flavored Pam. Lay each steak into the pan side by side, then use the remaining mix and smother the steaks liberally with it. Then lay three slices of cheese over each steak and finally smother the whole thing with the Cream of Mushroom Soup.

I cooked it for 30 minutes at 400 degrees (preheat your oven). For me it was the perfect time and temp as I enjoy rare to medium rare beef. My dad's I put in the microwave oven for one minute and his was perfect for him. He likes well done beef.

We served it with a side of large butter beans (drained and heated with butter, salt and pepper) and some Potato Salad.

If anyone tries this recipe out I would appreciate feedback on it. We thought it was delicious. I hope you do to.


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    tlmcgaa70 5 years ago from south dakota, usa

    hello ShellyRay...i am so glad you enjoyed it. i bet the swiss chard and mashed potatoes were the perfect sides for it. and yes it does make a great gravy. thank you for letting me know how much you liked it. have a wonderful night.

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    shellyray 5 years ago

    I tried this recipe tonite and ..... delicious ! Everyone loved it !!

    I substituted onion powder for dried onion and plain horseradish sauce for smoked.

    I served it with some steamed swiss chard and mashed potatoes. The sauce from the meat makes a good gravy.

    Thank you , it's a keeper !!!!!!!!

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    tlmcgaa70 5 years ago from south dakota, usa

    thank you for reading and voting...glad you liked it

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    Dilip Chandra 5 years ago from India

    Nice hub. Well written, i liked it. Voted UP

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    tlmcgaa70 5 years ago from south dakota, usa

    rjsadowski, it was...all told it took less than one hour to prepare and bake it. a nice change from say, tamales, which take back breaking hours to make and only a few minutes to eat. =)

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    rjsadowski 5 years ago

    Sounds like an interesting recipe and extremely easy toake.