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Rodeo Steak Sandwiches – #SundaySupper

This recipe I am bringing you today just screams “manly”! Doesn’t it? Rodeo, Steak, Sandwich. All three of those are manly food words. Especially steak. What’s more manly than steak?! This sandwich is sure to make your cowboys hoot & holler in delight. The cowgirls are gonna love it too. This recipe is quite simple, yet absolutely delicious! So round ’em up! It’s time for some grub!

Before we get started, I want to say thank you to our gracious #SundaySupper host Cindy Kerschner of Cindy’s Recipes and Writings. She’s worked hard to make this event possible and I appreciate her time so much.

For this recipe, I chose to use a boneless top round steak, but you can use pretty much any cut of beef you want. Flank Steak, London Broil, maybe even a brisket. But folks, the most important part of choosing your cut of beef, is make sure you grab Certified Angus Beef® brand. Oh man, I can not tell you how delicious and fresh their beef is. Absolutely perfect for this sandwich.

See that? Now that is a beautiful thing. Thank you Certified Angus Beef® brand, for this beautiful product. Lets just admire it for a minute longer…. 😆. I can’t help it, folks. I am totally a carnivorous person. Ok but seriously, this really is a beauty, but folks you gotta season it. As you can see here, it doesn’t come seasoned, so please, be nice to it and give it some seasoning. Grab your Montreal Steak Seasoning, shake that all over front and back, don’t be shy. Then just kinda rub it in. Give the meat a nice massage, they like that 😉. Then take your sea salt, and grind a some over the meat a couple of turns. The steak seasoning and salt are to taste, none of that is measured. I didn’t use a ton of salt, just a little bit. Set that aside, and we’ll start on the sauce.

This sauce, oh my gosh, this sauce!!! It is so crazy good. These sandwiches would not be what they are without this sauce, and it’s only three little ingredients! Can you believe that?! Just take your Mayo, which I use Mayo made with Olive Oil to cut down on some fat but you can use regular, or light. Do not use Miracle Whip because it will change the overall flavor. You don’t want to do that! Ok so take your Mayo, your horseradish mustard (I use the Walmart brand. It’s incredible!), and a bit of Worcestershire sauce and whisk it up in a bowl. Done. That’s it. Sauce is done. Refrigerate until you’re ready for it. It’s time to grill!

These beauties are happy! And so am I because I don’t have to do this part. I have my own personal Grill Master, which by the way, did an excellent job! These came out perfectly Medium-Rare which is how we like it. I should mention that you really only need about a pound or so for 6 sandwiches. We cooked extra and made some amazing nachos with the left overs. Would be great for quesadilla’s too. Or more sandwiches! I can’t get enough of these sandwiches!

So once you’ve grilled these to your desired doneness, you’re going to slice them real thin. Then butter the insides of your sandwich buns, and assemble your sandwiches. Start with Tomato, onion, sliced steak, and cheese. Then broil them for just a couple minutes until the cheese is melted. Spoon the sauce over the cheese, and top with the top half of your bun, and enjoy!

 

 

More Sunday Supper Cowboy Cooking Recipes

Beefed Up Main Dishes

Hearty Sandwiches

Sizzling Sides

Substantial Steaks

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Rodeo Steak Sandwiches Yum
Recipe by Christine Titus
Course Sandwiches
Cuisine American
Servings
Ingredients
Course Sandwiches
Cuisine American
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Season steak with steak seasoning and salt. Grill, covered, over medium-hot heat for about 6-10 minutes on each side. Time will vary depending on your cut and thickness of meat. Grill to desired doneness (for medium-rare, a meat thermometer should read 140°; medium 155°; well-done 165°.). Keep in mind it will continue to cook while it rests. Let it rest for about 5 minutes before slicing thinly.
  2. Spread butter on inside of buns. Place tomatoes, onion, sliced steak and cheese on bottom buns. Broil 5-6 inches from the heat for about 2-3 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
  3. In a small bowl, whisk the sauce ingredients together; spoon over cheese and replace bun top, and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

You can use almost any cut of beef in this recipe, for instance flank steak, london broil, or even a beef brisket. Use your favorite cut.

Recipe adapted from Taste of Home.

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Baked Bagel Sandwiches

Woah! Slow down! You in a hurry? Well you still have to eat, and if you’re like me, you have to feed your family too. Don’t panic, because I’ve got just the thing! It’s easy, quick, delicious, and best of all, they can be made to each individual’s tastes. I have picky eaters in this house, so finding something everyone  loves is a challenge. There’s always that one person, know what I mean? These also work well for lunches.

Let me introduce you to my version of Baked Bagel Sandwiches. Like I said, these would make an excellent lunch, but I served them for a quick dinner. All you’d need is a quick tossed salad, or maybe some french fries to serve along side it and wham bam! You’ve got yourself a dinner! And because it calls for meats and cheeses you like, everyone ends up happy!

Shh… you hear that? That’s the sound of no one fussing! Doesn’t get better than that! So lets build these right quick. Here we go!

Now, I know my family and I love bold flavors, so I chose the onion bagels. You can use whatever kind of bagel suits you. Although I wouldn’t use any of the sweet variety, that might be a little odd. 😂

So split your bagels and place the bottoms in a 13×9 baking dish. Then add 1 slice of cheese, pile on however much meat you want, then the 2nd slice of cheese, and your bagel tops.

Now take your small bowl an melt your butter in the microwave. Once it’s melted, stir in the horseradish mustard with a fork just to combine it. Now you’re gonna drizzle that over the tops of your bagel sandwiches, cover the dish with aluminum foil, and bake them for about 20-30 minutes. We just want to warm them through and melt that cheese.

That’s it! That’s all there is to it! Now you’re ready to enjoy!

 

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Baked Bagel Sandwiches Yum
Recipe by Christine Titus
Course Sandwiches
Cuisine American
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Course Sandwiches
Cuisine American
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350°.
  2. Split the bagels and place bottom halves in a 13x9 baking dish.
  3. Layer a slice of cheese on each bottom half, then pile on your meat or combination of meats, then second slice of cheese and finally the bagel tops.
  4. In a small bowl, whisk together melted butter and horseradish mustard. Drizzle over bagel tops.
  5. Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 20-30 minutes until warm throughout and the cheese is melted.
Recipe Notes

Adapted from Thomas Bagels

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Slow Cooker Hawaiian Chicken

As soon as the weather just hints at warmer days to come, I start craving that warm weather food! You know, like grilled burgers, cold salads, corn on the cob!!! OMG Corn on the cob! One of my favorite things to eat during the warmer seasons. I saw a pile of it at the grocery store on my last trip, and took a peek at them, and they were beautiful! Can’t believe I only bought 3! I knew I was only really feeding it to myself and kids, but it was perfect corn! I’m hoping they have some more when I go back this week. Oh, and yea, just myself and my kids on the corn. If I haven’t mentioned this before, my husband is to corn like a vampire is to garlic. Not kidding. He hates the stuff. Not even corn bread! He won’t touch it. I could complain, but honestly, more for me!! HA!

Another one of my favorite foods during the warmer months are shredded (or pulled) meat sandwiches, put on a hamburger bun or Kaiser roll, dripping with delicious sauce, and topped with yummy coleslaw (or like my kids, put the coleslaw on the side). I normally decide on the main dish and THEN figure out the side dish, but since I saw this corn, it came first and I needed a main dish. I wanted something that was really going to wow my taste buds, and make my kids cheer my name. I have thousands of recipes in my files, but seriously, nothing jumped out at me 😂 so I hopped on over to Lemon Tree Dwelling, one of my favorite food blogs. If you haven’t checked it out, you should! Cathy over there, really knows how to wow your taste buds! I took one look at her Slow Cooker Hawaiian Chicken and already knew it was perfect! So that’s what I’m sharing with you today, is her perfect, delicious, out of this world, Slow Cooker Hawaiian Chicken. You can’t go wrong with this one folks. It’s so easy, and one bite, you’ll think you’re in heaven! Here’s my insanely bad picture, (😂 I’m trying to get better! I swear!) and her wonderful recipe. Make this!! Take it to a potluck, or just serve it to your family because it’s pure love! You won’t regret it!