Steak Crescents Texas Style
- 12 oz crescents (Pillsbury, I got ones labeled Big but didn’t notice big.)
- 2 lb flat iron steak.
- 2 cup cheddar (='s 1 bag Tillamook js yum)
- 1 tbsp Taco Dust ((Optional))
- 1 avocado
- 1 tsp garlic (='s 1 clove)
- ¼ cup Scorched
- 1 tsp salt
- Charcoal grilled these so if you are to get that going.
- Dust your steak with Taco Dust. Liked it but it’s not really TD’s function. Dawgs Bark or even Cottonmouth would work too. Hell mix’em
- Start oven preheat to 350.
- Let meat sit for at least 30 minutes on counter. Your coals will take about 20 minutes anyways.
- Grill steak 4 min, flip, 4 min, flip, 4min. This will be a blue to medium rare cook. Heat and your opinion matters so if you like a medium to well done extend the grill time.
- Pull steak and rest on counter, on plate.
- Field dress your avocado into a bowl.
- On cutting board chop up garlic clove.
- Add pinch of salt to garlic and smash in with flat side of knife blade.
- Dump garlic smash in avocado and smash it all.
- Take a piece of handi wrap? Place on top of avocado smash. Like where it’s touching all exposed avocado. Place in fridge.
- Cut steak against the grain at about ¼ inch thick. Strips should be about 3 to 4 inch long.
- Pop open your can of crescents and lay one out.
- At bottom of triangle place a strip of steak and about 1 tspn of Tillamook cheese. You like cheese? Add more
- Roll it up and place on parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
- Once all 8 are loaded, bake at 350 for 12-15 minutes. That’s what my can said.
- Plate them up! If you don’t have Scorched no worries, the guac alone is fine. Matter fact you don’t need that either.
- Make it disappear!
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