Steak Stuffed with Asparagus and Onions


There is a vendor at the local farmers market who sells the freshest asparagus that I have ever had. It is more money than if you bought it at the grocery store but it is worth it. The asparagus is so good that you don't have to snap or trim the ends. In fact, if you did it would be a waste of asparagus. So when we went last weekend I found out that he had some in for the season and quickly ran over and bought a couple of bundles. Then I tried to figure out how to incorporate it into my dish. Apparently I have the taste buds of a 10 year old. I used to only eat canned asparagus as a kid because I liked to slurp it up like spaghetti (gross I know) and then after being married I realized that I like fresh roasted asparagus and now... not so much. So needless to say just simply grilling them were not an option for me. Then I got a bright idea to stuff them into the steak. It worked out well for me, I ate it, asparagus and all. Maybe in another couple of months I will like asparagus again.

I used tenderloin for the steak because that was what I had in the freezer but any boneless steak you like works. Just make sure that it is thick enough to stuff. This recipe is written up for two people but it can easily be doubled or tripled. As for the rest of the asparagus, I just ended up grilling it for my husband to eat.


  • 2 boneless steaks
  • 4 onion wedges
  • 4 asparagus spears, cut in half
  • 1 tsp. Montreal steak seasoning
  1. Using a paring knife slit a hole in the middle of the steak so that the asparagus and onion will fit. It will be a tight fit but that is what you want so that the onion and asparagus don't fall out on the grill.
  2. Put the asparagus and onion wedges into the steak and make sure there isn't any room in there for them to move. If there is just add more vegetables inside. Season both sides with the steak seasoning.
  3. Grill 5 minutes on each side over medium to low heat or until done to your liking.


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22 comments:

Anncoo said...

Mmm...very creative way to eat asparagus.

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

That is so pretty!! I love the presentation!

Kathleen said...

Oh my gosh! This is not only really pretty but it looks fabulously delish!

Queens Mama said...

Oh, sounds delicious! I'm following you know from Friendly Friday Follow. Can't wait to try out your recipes.

Kate said...

Hi,

I came over from New Friend Friday. This looks so yummy! I really need to try this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing!

Have a wonderful weekend,
Kate

I am Harriet said...

Hi There.
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Ron Cooper said...

Thanks for your recipe--looks yummy!

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Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

YUM!!..I have been following a lower carb eating plan and this is perfectly low carb! Thanks for posting :)

Blessings!
Gail

Judy said...

Here from Friday Follow. These steaks look delicious and so do the coconut cookies. I'm following and will be back to try some of your recipes.
Judy B., beachbird2

April@The 21st Century Housewife said...

This looks beautiful! What a great dish for a dinner party.

Truthful Mommy said...

OK, this recipe looks amazing. I will ave to have my husband make it this weekend ( he's the chef in the family..much better for all of us) Love all the amazing recipes you have on here. I look forward to using this as a reference point for many dinners to come. Thanks for following.I am now a follower.
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ButterYum said...

Mmm... your post makes me realize I haven't had steak for a while. Time to buy some.

:)
ButterYum

Carolyn said...

You had me at "cannoli."

I am a new follower from FFF. I can't wait to try this recipe!

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Have a great weekend!

Lucy's Soup Can said...

Hi. I'm your newest follower from Friday Follow Me. I've never even heard of stuffing steak! What a neat idea. And I just think your site is so pretty to visit. Cheers,

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gnee said...

Following you too! This is really a fun combination and would be perfect for my dinner Sunday. Thanks.

Joanne said...

I don't think I've ever seen stuffed steak before! Looks delicious.

I bet it would also be great with some cheese stuffed in there too. Mmm. Cheese....

anniebakes said...

Yeah! I'm your newest follower and I love the blue background! Can't wait to get some time to look around more!
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Mhel said...

Oh that is just lovely! trimmings on the inside. I always love Montreal Steak seasoning. I usually add them with my roasted potatoes and vegies too.. Thanks for the your wonderful words Kristin! Of course its an honor to be included in your blogroll. Thanks so much! Hope to keep in touch with you always..

Much love,
Mhel

~Dana said...

You are amazing!

Jerri said...

Looks wonderful! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

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YUM! Those look SO good. We might get to borrow a friend's BBQ over the summer and I can hardly wait to try some of these kinds of recipes!

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