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Stuffed Sirloin Steak and Poblano Mashed Potatoes
My friend Troy moved to New York. Before he left he asked if he could eat my food one more time. So I decided to make something really good for his going away dinner.
Stuffed Sirloin Steak with Poblano Mashed Potatoes and Chili Parsley Butter
3 poblano peppers, skinned and chopped
3 Idaho Potatoes, mashed
1 lb sirloin steaks, cut in half
2 oz cream cheese
4 tbsp unsalted butter
1 tsp hot red pepper flakes
2 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped
To make the chili and parsley butter, mix together all the ingredients in a bowl. Form into a sausage shape, and place on a piece of parchment paper. Roll up into a tube, twist each end of the paper and freeze for 20 minutes.
Heat a grill and char the poblanos. Once they start peeling, put them in a plastic bag to sweat. Then peel off the skin and chop them up. Add them to the mashed potatoes. Add the yogurt, milk and butter. Mix together with an electric mixer. Season well.
Take each steak and, using a thin pointed knife, pierce the side and move the knife from side to side to create a cavity, trying not to increase the size of the opening too much. Place a portion of the cream cheese into each opening. Don’t overstuff it.
Grill the steaks on the barbecue over high heat for 3 minutes on each side, turning once. Remove to a plate and let rest for 5 minutes.
Slice the chilled butter and serve on top of the steak and potatoes.
Grilling the poblanos.
Chili and parsley butter.
Butter all wrapped up. Pop it in the freezer.
Chopped up peppers.
Add the peppers to the potatoes.
Add the yogurt and butter.
Mix up the potatoes with an electric mixer.
Stuff the steaks with cream cheese and throw them on the grill.
So my grill wasn’t hot enough. These steaks just would not cook soo I took them off and threw them in a pan to finish cooking.
In the pan. I need to work on my grilling skills.
Chili parsley butter. Chilled and ready to be served. I can’t wait to try making other kinds of butters. It was so easy and so good.
Plate everything and enjoy.