Bacon Wrapped Steak

We have three words that will instantly turn your frown upside down and they are none other than "Bacon Wrapped Steak." We can already tell you're smiling after reading that. But we'll make you even more happy because we're also about to give you the secret on how you can make it in your own kitchen. Usually, you'll find dishes like this only in expensive restaurants. Today is your lucky day because we are going to share with you this recipe and won't need to spend a lot of money just to experience the taste of this amazing and unique dish.

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As we move on to this recipe, this dish will surely give you more reason to fall in love with steaks. The steak strips will be wrapped in bacon providing juicy flavors that will burst in your mouth. The great thing about this recipe is that the ingredients are not complicated at all. You just need some boneless sirloin steak, whole mushrooms, onion, bacon, olive oil, salt, and pepper. Dinner is going to be amazing once this is served.

This recipe has two of the things we love the most. Bacon wrapped steak, my mouth is already watering, it's almost too much! You can pretty much wrap bacon on anything, you can even find it on donuts and covered in chocolate to make candy out of it. And steak, while its probably safe to say most of us have tried it, but there are many different ways you can cook it. Whether its beef grilled, broiled or fried it always tastes good. Grilled beef steaks can be cooked at different temperatures, or for different lengths of time, which results in cooked steak from blue (very rare) to overdone (well done). The most common characteristics of a rare steak is a soft, cold, red center. The outside is seared for flavor, while the inside is cooked to suit the person's preference. Steaks cooked well done are most often cooked throughout the entire cut of meat. An example is a beefsteak that is cooked well done, will not have any pinkness in the middle when sliced. Uncooked beef steak can be served raw, such as in steak tartare.

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