Beef is one of those all-around foods that can be made in a variety of different ways, from pot roast to New York strip steaks to sandwiches. No matter which way you cook it or cut it, beef is a very versatile food. Making a steak sandwich is actually a rather simple process. Just follow these short steps and you will be sinking your teeth into a delicious steak sandwich in a no time at all!
Things You'll Need
- Thin breakfast steaks
- Steak sauce (preferably A1)
- Green pepper
- Frying pan
- Cutting board
- Sliced provolone cheese
- Kaiser rolls
How to Make a Steak Sandwich
Get the supplies. Your local grocer will have the supplies you need. To make great steak sandwiches you want to make sure that you buy thin breakfast steaks.
Heat up the pan. Heat up a large frying pan on the stove on medium-high heat.
Chop the veggies. Using a knife and cutting board, chop up the green pepper and the onion.
Cook the steaks. Place the steaks in the frying pan and season lightly with salt and pepper. Cook for 2-4 minutes per side.
Remove the steaks and cook the veggies. Remove the steaks and place them on the cutting board. Add the veggies to the frying pan and brown in the juices from the steak for 2-5 minutes.
Cut up the steaks into strips and add to pan with veggies. Cut the steaks up into strips and add them back to the pan. Reduce heat to low. Cook for 1-2 minutes.
Add steak sauce and stir. Pour in the desired amount of steak sauce and stir. Cook for an additional 1-2 minutes.
Add cheese and cover for one minute. Flatten the mixture out in the pan using the spatula. Add the desired amount of cheese. Cover and cook for an additional 1-2 minutes.
Cut open bun and spatula mixture into bun. Cut open the kaiser roll and spatula the steak and veggies from the pan into the bun. Serve and enjoy!
Tips & Warnings
- Try substituting BBQ sauce for a change in flavor.
- Always wash your hands after touching raw meat.
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