Carrot and Potato Steak Wraps

My friend over at recently went through a 30-day Paleo cleanse. I followed her cleanse in fascination, thinking that I’d love to try some of her recipes but wouldn’t want to go Paleo myself. That thought seems a little ironic now as this Migraine Elimination has made it impossible to try her delicious looking bacon wrapped date recipe (here). I miss bacon.

I was able to use some of her recipes for inspiration, which was wonderful because the internet has scant recipe databases for Migraine Eliminations.


Steak Wraps with Spinach Chips

These steak wraps turned out delicious. My grocery store had thin cut steaks already, but if I made this again, I would buy a better cut and then flatten them.Ingredients Steak Wraps

Ground Coriander
½ Bag of Small Red Potatoes
3 Carrots, peeled
6 steaks, flattened
Olive oil

You’ll need: aluminum foil, pastry brush or paper towel, and a large casserole dish

Servings: 6
Preheat the oven to 400 F.

  1. Cut 6 pieces of aluminum foil so that it is several inches (3-4) taller and wider than your steak.
  2. Cut carrots in half and then slice into sticks. Cut potatoes into bite sized pieces.
  3. Sprinkle Coriander, Basil, Salt and Pepper over both sides of a steak, to taste. I seasoned the steaks generously with all four.
  4. With your pastry brush or your paper towel, put a thin coat of olive oil on the inside of an aluminum foil piece. Place seasoned steak in the center of the foil. Place a few carrot sticks in the center of your steak. Put a small piece of butter on top of them. Place a few potatoes on top. Wrap the steak around the vegetables.
  5. Create a packet out of the foil by touching the opposite sides of the foil together, and folding them down so that the steak is snugly wrapped inside. Fold in the top and bottom sides of the foil so that there’s no open air exposure to the steak.
  6. Repeat until all steaks are in packets.
  7. Place in a single layer in the casserole dish, and bake for 45 minutes or until vegetables reach desired tenderness.

6 comments on “Carrot and Potato Steak Wraps


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    Mmmm it was good indeed. Now that it’s getting even colder, let’s do it again! Btw, have you ever measured the length of your blog entries? Text and images together? Which is your longest?

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