Monday, December 30, 2013

Skirt Steak Sandwiches

Sometimes, nothing's better than a steak sandwich.  My husband recently bought skirt steak, and we had just enough for each of us to have a mouth-watering sandwich with a side of Baked Sweet Potato Fries.  We were so impressed at the delicious flavor, and it was so easy to prepare!  Treat yourself to this delicious meal tonight!

Skirt Steak Sandwiches
(makes 2)

8oz skirt steak
1/2 onion, sliced
2oz cheddar cheese, sliced
1 tbsp mustard
4 slices whole wheat bread (get the recipe)

Spray a frying pan with Butter Flavor Pam.  Add onions. Cook until caramelized.

Meanwhile, spray another frying pan with Butter Flavor Pam.  Heat to medium-high, enough so that the meat is immediately seared.  Sprinkle the steak with TexJoy on one side.  Put the steak in the pan seasoned-side down.  Then season the other side with TexJoy.

Cook about 3-minutes on each side for medium.  Adjust cooking time depending on whether you like your steak rare or well done.

Before Cooking
Finished Cooking

Remove from pan and put on a cutting board.  Let the steak rest for 5 minutes.

Meanwhile, toast your bread and spread half of the mustard on one side of two pieces of bread (one for each sandwich).

Put the bread mustard-side up on two plates.  Top each piece of bread with 1 oz cheddar and half of the onions.

Cut the steak diagonally in about 8 slices.  Put about 4 slices on each sandwich and top with the remaining toast.  Flip the sandwiches over so that the cheese and onions are on top, and cut in half.

Happy eating!

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