Steak Sandwich

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  1. Dan R

    Dan R Friend of Leo's

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    OK, I am having trouble finding a decent recipe. Here is mine: Ribeye steak cooked on a grill or cast iron skillet. Sliced thin with sauteed mushrooms and onions. Wilted spinach and tomatoes cooked in balsamic vinegar. Served on either toasted French baguette or Ciabatta. That's my recipe. Please give me your ideas.
     
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  2. Shuster

    Shuster Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    My idea, is to join you for what sounds like a very tasty Sandwich:)
     
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    Thin strips of leftover steak on white bread and mayo. Thin slabs of pickle. The only time i like pickles on a sandwich.
    What? Yes, I know it's just simple.
     
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    I cut up some New York strip and cook it down in a cast iron skillet with onions, peppers and a lot of garlic. Cut it really nice and thin, slightly over rare. Cut a Portugese roll in half with spicy mustard and mayo. Lettuce and tomato optional...if I don't have I leave it off.
     
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    My idea is a Philadelphia cheesesteak. Chip steak with melted American on an Amoroso.
     
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    London Broil sliced thin, bacon, mozzarella cheese on toasted garlic bread.
     
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    In Canada a steak sandwich is an uncut sirloin cooked the way you like it on garlic toast. Fried mushrooms or onions are optional.
     
  8. Mr Green Genes

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    For the love of God man throw some cheese on that bunny! Provolone, Gruyère, or Emmenthaler will all work well.

    Mushrooms and onions sautéed with some salt, pepper, garlic, and thyme, a dab of aioli, and some good cheese and you're good to go.
     
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    The best I ever made was from a leftover 46 day dry aged prime rib roast. I froze it and sliced it paper thin. Threw it in a pan of onions sauteed in olive oil, topped with sliced provolone and melted the cheese. Served on a light, crusty hoagie roll.
     
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    Thin sliced rare rib eye with onions and mushrooms sautéed in butter and red wine and reduced to a thick, almost jelly. A French roll spread with garlic butter. Nothing else to disguise the taste. A good porter or a nice red wine. Nothing better.
     
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    Go to the grocery store and buy a frozen bag of 3 peppers and onions, bag of St. Johns Fajita Steak strips, a loaf of French Bread and some provolone cheese. Cook the peppers, onions and steak together - cut the bread and place the cheese on it - put the hot steak, peppers and onions on top of the cheese - fold the bread together - get a Ice Cold Beer and enjoy.

    But that's me.
     
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    Tri-tip, grilled medium rare, sliced thin, on a bolillo with spicy mustard.
     
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    When I was young that's all you could get, no hamburger chains, so a steak sandwich was cooked on the spot at a fish'n'chip shop.
    Here's what you got.
    A bread roll or two slices of toast, a thin steak ( real meat), tomato, lettuce, fried onions,an egg, lettuce and beetroot. Mayonnaise if you wanted it.
    A complete meal. That was before 1973.
    Pizza bars and hamburger chains came in after that time.
     
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    Two toasted slices of white bread, cheap steak beaten to death with a tenderiser,cheese,tomato, sliced beetroot, lettuce.,
    and enough tomato sauce so it falls to bits while your eating it.
    Anything else is sacrilege !:twisted:
     
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    This thread reminds me of pit beef mmmmm......
     
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    here is my recipe for you...get in car or plane...go to philly...buy cheesesteak at a pizzeria...eat and enjoy the best
     
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    If it's steak, I'm in....
     
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    I'm one of those people that does not want anything on a steak but just a bit of salt and an even smaller bit of pepper. I want to taste the flavor of the beef itself. I like a steak grilled just a bit past medium rare whether I'm eating it on a sandwich or plate.
     
  19. OlRedNeckHippy

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    I grew up in Philly.
    It's called a Cheese Steak.
    Not a steak & cheese, or even a cheese steak sandwich, it's a Cheese Steak!

    Paper thin rib eye, on a griddle, melted in American Cheese, on a long roll.

    You can add whatever you want (Ketchup, mayo, fried onions, peppers, etc. Lettuce, tomato and onion make it a Cheese Steak Hoagie).

    Cheese Steak! We practically live on them round here!

    My personal fav: Cheese Steak Hoagie, with sweet peppers, Sriracha, and Ketchup.

    And NO! Chicken Cheese Steaks do not count. Not for me anyway...
     
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    Mom always chickenfried these cheap little flank steaks.
    We'd make a sandwich of the leftovers with sliced bread, a slice of cheese, mustard and a big ripe slice of tomato.

    Not nearly as fine a concoction as most of the recipes listed heretofore. But delicious nonetheless. And one of my lifelong favorites.

    (I miss chickenfrying.)
     
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