About 15 dried mango pieces, cut into 1/4- by 1-in. slivers
How to Make It
Trim fat from steak. Rinse meat, pat dry, rub with oil, and sprinkle liberally with salt and pepper.
Lay steak on an oiled cooking grate over a solid bed of very hot coals or highest gas heat (you can hold your hand 1 to 2 in. above grate for only 1 to 2 seconds); cover gas grill. Cook until firm when pressed on thin end but still quite pink inside (cut to check), 8 to 10 minutes; turn over halfway through. Transfer steak to a plate; let cool at least 30 minutes. About 45 minutes before slicing, put steak in the freezer (it will be easier to slice thinly).
On a board with a very sharp knife, cut steak across the grain, straight up and down and as thinly and evenly as possible, to make 30 to 34 slices; save narrow and uneven ends just to eat. If wet, blot with paper towels.
Measure accumulated meat juices and add enough milk to make 2 tbsp.; pour into a bowl. Crumble cheese into bowl and mash with a fork into a smooth paste.
Working with 1 steak strip at a time, lay strip on a flat side. Spread strip with about 3/4 tsp. cheese mixture, then lay 1 mint leaf and 1 mango piece at end of strip and roll to enclose. Let stand at room temperature at least 10 minutes before serving.
Note: Nutritional analysis is per roll.
Cut chilled grilled steak when ready to assemble appetizers and slice it very thinly (less than 1/4 inch, if possible). The finished appetizers can be covered and chilled for up to 6 hours.
I used leftover steak from a steak taco recipe I had made. The steak was too thin to roll up so I cut it in squares and put it on a triscuit. Layered the goat cheese, the mint and a slice of mango and it worked. I also did a Mexican variation where I substituted fresco Mexican cheese for the goat cheese, cilantro for the mint and avocado for the mango. Both were a hit.
This is a go-to appetizer when I'm asked to bring something. Toss the steak on the grill, mix up the cheese, cut, spread, roll. Quick and easy. Do NOT pass on the mint leaf -- I did once and it wasn't NEARLY as delicious!