This recipe is taken from one of my favorite blog’s The Pioneer Woman written by Ree who is a wonderful cook and photographer who lives on a beautiful ranch and calls her husband “The Marlboro Man” and her four kids “The Punks”. I love it!
This sandwich is really very good and we add provolone cheese and call it a cheese steak (that sounds much better than “ The Computer Nerd’s Favorite Sandwich”.
1 cube steak for every sandwich you need to make (tenderized round steak that’s been extra-tenderized)
Sliced onions and peppers
Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
Since I am using Pioneer Woman’s recipe I thought it would be fun to do picture directions like she uses, here goes…
I used Olive Oil but Ree used butter, whichever you choose melt a couple tablespoons in a pan and add the onions and peppers. Let simmer for 15-20 minutes stirring occasionally.
Once the butter is melted and brown place the meat in the pan in a single layer. You don’t want to stir the meat though. Let it cook for a couple minutes and then flip it to brown the other side.
Once the meat is brown, generously add Worcestershire sauce. Start with about 1/2 cup. Here Ree added some Tabasco sauce to hers (Justin and Andrew probably would have loved) but I don’t like spicy so I omitted it.
In a separate pan melt another couple tablespoons of butter on high heat. When the butter is sizzling lay your rolls face down in the pan. When they’re lightly browned, flip them over for just a few seconds, to warm them through and through.
If you’re cool like Carrie you add peppers and onions to your sandwich as well (picture is at the beginning of the post), but if you boring like Justin then you forgo the veggies for extra pan juice. And here you go…