Thursday, November 14, 2013

Easy Steak Sandwich

If you are a vegetarian please look away now for the following images are packed full of meaty goodness! I love these hearty and easy to make sandwiches. This recipe makes enough for 6 sandwiches. If you haven't tried the black pepper blend featured in this recipe give it a try. You will be so pleased when you try it! It's great on burgers and grilled steaks as well. It has that wonderful smoky flavor of Worcestershire. 


As close to 2 lbs of thin cut steak as you can find (I use thin cut top round)
3 peppers thinly sliced
1 white onion thinly sliced
1 pkg sliced mushrooms (if you're lazy like me all you have do is rinse these)
2 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp chopped garlic
1 tsp black pepper blend
1/2 stick of butter + 2 tsp for buttering rolls
1/2 tsp salt & regular black pepper
6 slices of provolone or your favorite cheese
6 hoagie or sub rolls


In a large skillet start cooking the onions, peppers, butter, salt, and pepper. These take longer than the steak to cook so I start these about 10 minutes before I start cooking the meat. 

Cut the steak into strips then place into a large skillet along with the sliced mushrooms, soy sauce, garlic, and pepper blend.

Cook both until the meat is cooked through and the veggie blend is cooked down.

To get the cheese to melt wonderfully I have a little trick. I place 4 portions of the meat mix on a baking dish that has been lined with foil or parchment paper and then put the cheese on top. Place under the broiler until the cheese is bubbling.

Butter your rolls and grill them until they are golden brown.

Pile 'em high!


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