A week-day night favourite in our house. Quick, easy and substantial after a day at work.


Ingredients (serves 2)

  • 4 slices Grainy bread (or focaccia )
  • 2 pieces good steak ( cut in to thin pieces and pounded out )
  • 1 lg tomato (sliced)
  • 2-3 lettuce leaves ( shredded)
  • Roasted capsicum strips
  • small tin sliced beetroot
  • Tasty cheese ( sliced)
  • 2 tbs mayonnaise
  • 1 med onion ( sliced )
  • splash balsamic vinegar
  • salt and pepper
  • hot sauce ( optional)

Method

  1. Fry onion in a little butter l, when softened add vinegar and continue to cook gently until soft
  2. Fry steak in a little butter and olive oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Fry gently then turn and sprinkle with a little more salt and pepper ( a dash of red wine, and other herbs you desire can be added at this stage)
  3. Toast bread on one side and spread Mayo on un toasted side Layer steak , onion and other ingredients on top, add sauce . Top with second piece of toast.

Notes... This is not so much a recipe as a suggestion. We often vary the fillings and flavours as to what we feel like on the night. It's quick and easy. Make sure you have serviettes on hand .. It can get a little messy ! ENJOY

  • Looks yummy for an easy meal to make. Thanks

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  • Hubby will be very happy with this one. Thanks for sharing.

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  • This sounds so good but I think I’ll use a burger bun with it


    • We tried that … but we have so much filling its hard to get your mouth around it ! ????

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  • They look great! Thanks for sharing :)

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  • Simple, delicious and so filling.

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  • This looks so yummy and ready to eat. Think I see a shopping trip to get some items for this.

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  • Looks good LuckyMum. Something for this weekend.

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  • This looks really yummy! I have trouble knowing how long to cook the meat though…how long did you cook it for?

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  • looks delicious and nice and filling would be great with avocado too.

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  • Yummo…..making me hungry. What a fabulous looking sandwich. Always love a good steak sandwich.

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  • Who doesn’t love a good steak sandwich ..and yours looks amazing. thanks.

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  • This looks like something you would get at a cafe with a hefty price to it. It looks so yum and so much better home made, well done

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  • It’s hard to get a good steak sandwich these days and often make them up at home.

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  • wow the good ole steak sandwich – I have not had one of those for donkey’s years – thank you for sharing your tasty looking version and recipe – I I will be adding this to the weekend’s menu :)

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  • Oldie but a goodie!

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