Today for Sunday dinner, Nana made her famous Roll Up Steaks. These are so special that she calls my husband ahead of time to be sure he’ll be there…they are his absolute favorite meal, and she won’t “fool with them” unless he comes! This is the recipe card she uses, in her writing.
I love that she wrote that the recipe was from Delores, who was her neighbor and friend while we were growing up. Nana lived in a house given to her and my grandfather (Milton Fike) by an older gentleman who had no family left, and the house next to her was a duplex-type house. Delores and her husband lived on one side, and my great-grandmother (Mildred Carskadon) lived on the other. We spent many days running between the three houses and playing in the yard.
Anyway, let me to give you a little more detail on how to make these roll-ups.
Roll Up Steaks
4 pieces cubed steak
1 box Stove Top stuffing, prepared as directed on package
1/2 c. honey
1/4 c. soy sauce
Place a large spoonful of prepared stuffing onto each steak and roll up. Place seam-side down on foil-coated and greased pan. Stir together honey and soy sauce and spoon over steaks. Bake about 35 minutes at 350, or until done.
Nana served this with salad, mashed potatoes, green beans, and corn. Comfort food at its best.