For a nutrient-dense dish, you’d be hard pressed to find one that can outperform this Paleo Beef Roulade.
This recipe takes some work, and you have to be careful when cutting and rolling the meat, but it’s well worth the effort.
If you’ve never butterflied your meat before, there’s nothing to it. All you have to do is cut the meat almost (but not quite) in two. It’s called “butterflied” because, when you open the meat, it looks like butterfly wings. This video shows you how easy it is however if you have no interest in butterflying your meat, you can always ask your butcher to do it.
The Final Pieces of Preparation
The rolling part is actually easier than you might think. Once you get started, you kind of build up a little momentum and then you’re good to go. The top of the roulade will keep the bottom in place while you tie it all up with twine.
Pump Up Your Nutrients
By stuffing grass-fed red meat with kale and other vegetables, you’ll be creating a nutritional powerhouse.
This dish comes loaded with various B vitamins, vitamins A, C and K, and minerals like calcium, iron, manganese and zinc.
Just because there are veggies included in the dish, doesn’t mean you’re done with vegetables for this meal.
A Few Servings Of Vegetables On The Side
A healthy diet has way more veggies than meat, so be sure to serve this dish with a salad or your favorite pan-fried, mashed or roasted vegetable on the side.
I prepared this dish for the Paleo Porn Family Dinner and actually prepared 8 beef roulades to serve our 24 guests. I placed this Beef Roulade over sautéed collards and served two slices for each person with a side of Mashed Rutabaga and Beet Salad. (See the image above for what that looked like.)