Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Sirloin Steak Sandwich and Stir Fry

I have been nicknamed "Sandwich Queen". I make my husband sandwiches on a regular basis. He loves them and I love being creative with what I have in the kitchen. This week I made two loafs of sourdough bread! I made it from the Panera Bread recipe. It turned out perfect! I figured that steak would make an incredible combo with it.

I grilled the bread with butter and I could of just ate a the loaf of bread that way. So yummy. But I topped with with mozzarella cheese, then fries, and more mozzarella cheese and put it in the broiler. When the cheese was brown and crispy I added the steak. Then topped it off with carmalized onions! What a sandwich!
I marinated the sirloin with a bottle of A1, 1 cp. of soy sauce, salt and pepper.

We had a ton of steak leftover, so I made a stir fry out of it last night. It turned out really well.

Sirloin Steak Stir Fry

3 TB butter
1/4 cp. diced green onions
My leftover beef and carmalized onions
1 bag of frozen brocoli or fresh if you have it.
3 tsp. of garlic
3 tsp. hot chilli sauce
2 tsp. sugar
1 cp. of stir fry sauce
salt and pepper
Rice

1. Melt the butter and add the garlic and green onions until soft. Add the steak and carmalized onions until warm and brown. Add the brocolli until tender. Add the sauce and seasoning!
2 Serve on rice.

19 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore sandwiches and with our cool wet weather, this warm steak sandwich beckons. Oh to have this is the kitchen now!

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  2. Nice way to use up leftovers. I'm pretty big on sandwiches, too. But it's mostly the simple plain kinds. hahaha...I think I need to experiment more with sandwiches.

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  3. The sandwich queen? Sounds like a mighty fine title to me!!!

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  4. That sounds like the kind of sandwich my kids would actually eat and not turn up their nose at! I can't believe you made your own bread, too! You go!
    ~ingrid

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  5. My daughter would gobble this up....and ask for me! Welcome to the foodie blogroll

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  6. oh gosh, my teenagers would love this.

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  7. Oh that sandwich looks delicious!

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  8. Man, you know how to hit a girl hard when she comes home late, and nothing in the house that resembles your ingredients in this fridge!

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  9. Before I even started reading this post and I saw the title/subject line I thought to myself "SEE! Sandwich Queen!" And then had a right giggle once I saw your first paragraph :)

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  10. The steak sandwiches sound so hearty and delicious and I love the idea of stir-fry as well!

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  11. Miranda, every time I come over you have another fantastic sandwich recipe! I did make one of your recipes and my hubby loved it!!

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  12. Your names suits you Great sandwich recipe. Thanks

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  13. Your blog looks delicious! I can almost taste your dishes.

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  14. Miranda,

    The spider cupcakes you made for your kids were cute and I want to eat them up LOL! Great fun for the family :) And this sandwiches are great too...you are supermom too!

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  15. beautiful sandwich - you have a lucky guy there! about sushi rice - what is the problem - are you rinsing it completely before cooking?

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  16. Wow, this looks so yummy, I could totally sink my teeth into this!

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  17. I just found you on the foodie blogroll and I'm loving your blog!! I just made pulled pork this past weekend and put the leftovers in wontons also! I think the wonton/eggroll wrappers are great for leftover anything. Great blog. I'll be following you from now on - yum!

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  18. Oh wow what a great sandwich! I love having a go to sandwich that is delicious and filling:)

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