This steak and pepper sandwich is perfect for a weeknight meal. We will use flank steak that is very flavorful and top it with onions and peppers.
It is important to cut the steak against the grain so that it is tender when you cook it. Also, make sure you cut it into thin strips. A good way to manage this is by slightly freezing the beef. This will make your job easier.
Notice that you will only need a pound of beef in order to make four sandwiches which makes this a very frugal recipe.
Here is what you need for this delicious steak and pepper sandwich:
Makes four sandwiches
1 pound Flank steak – cut into thin strips against the grain
1 tsp. dried thyme
2 tsp. garlic powder
1 large white onion – sliced
1 large bell pepper – sliced
½ TBS Worcestershire sauce
4 rolls – preferably Baguette style
Butter/ Olive oil
Salt & Pepper
Season your steak with thyme, garlic powder salt and pepper. Mix it well and let it sit at room temperature for a little bit.
Melt 2 TBS butter in a skillet. Add some olive oil. Add the onions and cook, stirring occasionally, until starting to caramelize – about 25 minutes. Add the peppers and mix. Season with salt & pepper. Cook for another 10 minutes – until onion is completely amber and peppers are softened. Remove from pan and set aside.
Butter some rolls and toast in the oven.
Place the meat in the pan. Add a little olive oil and the Worcestershire sauce. Mix and cook for about 7 minutes. Return the vegetables to the pan. Mix and heat through. Serve meat on the toasted rolls. Enjoy!