Savory Meat Rolls with Prosciutto & Sage Delight











Discover how to turn simple ingredients into a delectable feast with our Savory Meat Rolls with Prosciutto & Sage recipe. Perfect for a keto-friendly meal, these rolls are packed with proteins and flavors.


Step 1: Prepare the Steaks

Begin by washing, drying, and carefully flattening your steaks to ensure they're ready for rolling. It's crucial to get them to an even thickness for consistent cooking. For those who prefer a lighter fare, chicken breasts, pounded thin, can work beautifully in this recipe too!
Pro Tip: Use a meat mallet for even flattening.

Step 2: Season and Add Toppings

Rub one side of each steak with your chosen seasoning blend to infuse the meat with flavor. Then, layer the other side with a slice of prosciutto and a sage leaf. This step combines the robust flavors of the prosciutto with the earthy notes of sage, creating a balanced taste profile.
Pro Tip: The better the quality of prosciutto, the tastier the rolls.

Step 3: Rolling Time

Gently roll each steak into a snug roll, ensuring that the filling remains inside. Secure each roll with wooden or metal toothpicks to keep them intact during cooking. This step is both fun and critical for keeping all those delicious flavors wrapped together.
Pro Tip: Soak wooden toothpicks in water first to prevent burning.

Step 4: Cooking the Meat Rolls

In a mix of hot oil and butter, sauté the rolls on all sides until they're golden brown. This method introduces a beautiful crust and richness to the rolls. After browning, stir in wine (or broth for a non-alcoholic version) and season with pepper for that final flavor boost.
Pro Tip: Turning the rolls gently ensures an even crust.

Step 5: Simmer to Perfection

Cover and allow the rolls to simmer over low heat for about 20 minutes or until they reach a very tender consistency. This slow cooking process lets the rolls soak up the aromatics and wine, tenderizing the meat and melding the flavors together for a succulent finish.
Pro Tip: A low and slow cook ensures tenderness.

Step 6: Finishing Touches

Carefully remove the toothpicks and prepare to serve the meat rolls. This meal is not only a feast for the palate but also for the eyes, elegantly showcasing the quality ingredients used. Serve hot, perhaps with a side of roasted vegetables or a light salad.
Pro Tip: Let the rolls rest for a few minutes before serving for juicier meat.