These are absolutely incredible! No joke, I know you'll love them. Just make sure you make enough so you don't fight over them.

I’m not even gonna beat around the bush. Definitely do try these because they are yummy, yummy! I wish I could take credit for their creation but I have to give my boyfriend the credit here.

At least, the credit for introducing them to me… Sadly, he didn’t invent them either but he still gets brownie points. 😉

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I’d say they’re perfect for any occasion, Superbowl, a nice dinner date, family dinner, whatever suits you. They’re pretty but can get messy too, so keep a napkin in your lap and use a plate.  Enjoy!

What you’ll need

  • Cooking oil (whatever kind you prefer )
  • 1 clove raw Garlic
  • Seasoning salt (again what you prefer, but we use either Lawry’s seasoning salt or Garlic salt)
  • 1 pack Cream cheese
  • 1 bundle of Asparagus (about 16 sticks of asparagus)
  • 2 packages Thin chuck shoulder steak (about 16-20 meat slices)
  • Toothpicks

I’ll assume you have a skillet. Preferably two.

Asparagus cooking in the skillet

How to make it


  • First, you’re going to heat oil in a pan, probably about 4 tbs.
  • Dice clove of garlic and cook in pan
  • Cut each stick of asparagus in half
  • Sautee bundle of asparagus in garlic and oil. (Cut tough ends off if you prefer) cook until they’re medium soft. (Still a little crunchy)
  • Season with seasoning salt. We season by site, but probably 1 Tsp
A cutting board with raw, thin steak slices and asparagusJesses Savory Steak Rolls frying in the skillet


  • Once Asparagus is done sauteeing, stretch a piece of meat out
  • Spread cream cheese across about 2-3 inches in middle of meat
  • Place 2 halves sauteed asparagus in center but closer to one side, over cream cheese
  • Wrap each horizontal end over asparagus
  • Grab one vertical side, the side asparagus is closest too, and wrap over asparagus then tightly roll out to the end (think like rolling up a burrito)
  • Place a toothpick on each side to keep roll together
  • Cook 4-5 of these in a skillet with about 1 tbs oil
  • Lightly season salt steak if desired
  • Cook on one side, remove toothpicks, gently flip over and put toothpicks back in on side now facing up.
  • Make sure you cook these well
A delish plate of savory steak rolls

Serve on a plate, possibly with mash potatoes, baked potato, pasta, or salad. Enjoy with a glass of wine or however it suits you best. Leave a comment, let us know what you think.


7 Comments on Savory Steak Rolls

    • Oh man, they’re sooo good! Maybe you can sneak it to him. 😉 When it’s all sauteed it tastes different. Get him to try one bite… that’s all you’ll need. lol

  1. This looks like a really good recipe. I was doing my meal planning right before reading this and I think I will add this to the menu next week. Thanks for sharing.

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