Paleo Teriyaki Steak Roll-Ups
These paleo teriyaki steak roll-ups are bursting with flavor, loaded with vegetables, and all wrapped up in a package even your kids are sure to love.
I have a confession. Even though I cook a lot for this blog, sometimes, we fall into a rut with our food at home. There are a handful of recipes that I know everyone will eat, and I tend to rotate those more often than I probably should. It’s not ideal, but it happens. These paleo teriyaki steak roll-ups, though, are far from the same old recipes that I tend to fall back on, and everyone loved them.
In my house, and maybe in your house too, the hour or so before dinner tends to be crazy. It’s like all four of my children decide to lose their minds. So, while it’s possible for me to make big involved dinners while my children are all bouncing off the walls, for sanity sake, I don’t. So, for a meal like this one, I tackle some of the prep work ahead of time. You don’t have to do it that way, of course, but that’s the system that works for me. I make the marinade in the morning, and let it soak for a few hours in the morning. After I do the afternoon pick-up at pre-school, I chop the vegetables and assemble the roll-ups. Then I stick them back in the refrigerator until I’m ready to cook them.
The vegetables that I use in these paleo teriyaki steak roll-ups can be changed for other vegetables. I chose a few vegetables that I knew my kids would eat and then added a new one. That way, even if one is a no-go, they still eat a bunch of vegetables and I don’t have to argue with them all night. Again, you know what works best for your family, so feel free to make whatever adjustments you need to.
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