Steak and Roasted Pepper Sandwich

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So I finally have the recipe what you will be using the roasted peppers from the previous recipe. I have been playing catchup since the hard drive incident and I hate to admit it but I fed my husband frozen pizza because I was so swamped with trying to finish the last of my to do list. But I finally made the sandwiches and prepared the recipe and photos. The recipe is our special steak sandwich served with roasted peppers and sauteed mushrooms. It it’s a great meal that if you plan ahead for will take virtually no time to prepare and one that is still healthy and delicious. I like to call this a perfect hungry man sandwich, but honestly it’s a meal I too enjoy very much.

Ingredients:
3 large bell peppers. roasted
1 lb. or 500 grams of sirloin steak
1 can of mushrooms ( actual mushrooms used 8 oz./230 grams)
1 medium onion
2 Tb. olive oil
salt
black pepper
2 tsp. granulated garlic
1 tsp. Paprika
cheese slices of your choice
Sandwich rolls

1. Roast and peel the pepper, this can take anywhere to 40 minutes, (please see previous post). Tenderize the steak and slice into thin bite size pieces, set aside. Drain the mushrooms and thinly slice the onions. Heat 1 Tbs. of olive oil and once it’s hot saute the mushrooms until they begin to brown a bit. Then add the onions to the pan and saute until the onions are soft and transparent. Sprinkle salt and pepper to taste as well as 1tsp. of the garlic , stir and saute for another 5 minutes. Remove the mushrooms and onions from the pan and set aside.

2. Add the remaining 1 Tbs. of the olive oil to the same pan and saute the steak sprinkle salt, pepper and remaining 1 tsp. of garlic over the steak and cook until it is cooked through. Lastly add the mushrooms and onions to the pan then sprinkle the paprika over the ingredients and stir well. Turn the heat down to low cover the pan and allow the mixture to cook for another 10 minutes.

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(The following is a suggested way of assembling the sandwich, you can choose to arrange as you like.) Slice the sandwich rolls and spread some steak and mushroom/onion mixture onto the roll. Then add some roasted pepper slices and cheese. You may choose to melt the cheese a little more by wrapping the sandwich in paper towels and microwaving for a few seconds or placing the sandwich under the broiler for a crispy bread and melted cheese.

Serve with potato salad, french fries, roasted potatoes, baked potato, chips or any other side dish you like.

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Comments

  1. says

    I think that sandwich coulod happily feed a small city and how lucky they would be. I love pairing roasted red peppers with beef – they're the best duet. Delicious!

  2. says

    That is one fantastic sandwich, such flavorful ingredients. I like this type of sandwich as I can serve everyone with the steak, and for me just the rest. Beautiful…P.S. tell you husband thank you for the comment about the tortilla post :)

  3. says

    Hey Nancy, this looks so good! I shouldn't stare too long with my trying hard to be vegetarian eyes (smile), but this is lovely. Your awesome photos make it look all the better too…

  4. says

    Hello Nancy,
    Oh my god…This sandwich looks so yummy. I started drooling the moment I saw the photos. (shy~) Many thanks for sharing this recipe. By the way, You're not alone. I fed my husband ready meal sometime because I was too busy with work. :)

  5. says

    Thank you all for the nice comments on my sandwich-zilla :)

    To all the vegetarians, I think using tofu or even seitan would be a good replacement for the steak. Actually even just a pepper & mushroom sandwich would be great!

    @ Debbie, sure why not go ahead and try the chicken. Let me know how you liked it.

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