It was a few minutes after 10:00 am on Saturday morning. "Can I get you a magazine," my hair colorist's assistant politely asked me. "Nah, I'm okay. I've got this," I replied as I pointed to my (legal) crack...err, I mean my cell phone. As I settled under the heat and my color began to "cook," it dawned on me that the following day was Superbowl Sunday. I was having family over AND I was a week away from a photo shoot. No starch, no dairy, no alcohol. I wanted to participate in game day festivities: eating, watching commercials, salivating for the halftime performance, taking bathroom breaks during the game, talking about the halftime performance and what they wore while getting "shushed" by the football fans in the room and well, more eating.
Ahhh....What was I going to make?
"Any low carb ideas for tomorrow?" I texted my BFF and my older sissy. Wow! They pulled through. Less than an hour later, I left the salon with fresh locks and inspiration for this new recipe.
Mix all dry seasonings together in a small bowl and set aside*.
Cut the steak into strips (about 2x6 inches) and rub with the seasoning. Set aside.
In a skillet, heat olive oil. Add peppers, onions and a little of your pre-mixed dry seasoning. Cook until the vegetables are slightly softened (4-5 minutes). Remove the pan from the head and let cool (another 4-5 minutes.
Place some of the peppers & onion mixture on top of a piece of steak. Roll it up and secure with 1-2 tooth pics. Repeat until you've rolled-up all steak strips.
Cook your roll ups on the indoor or outdoor grill (about 10 minutes) or bake in a 350 degree oven until your steak is cooked through. Serve with homemade guacamole (recipe coming soon). Enjoy!
*Store left over seasoning in an air tight container and save it for future recipes.
Rosanne is a life coach, has her degree in Sports Medicine, is a former state champ and national level NPC figure competitor. As a foodie & lover of all things health & wellness she is determined to make the world a healthier place by sharing one fit tip at a time. She serves up real, easy to digest advice for real people.