Thursday, May 23, 2013

Triple Cheese Steak & Mushroom

With A Blast: Triple Cheese Steak & Mushroom    #sandwiches  #steakrolls

I made these sandwiches over the weekend as an early dinner/late lunch.  In our house Fridays and Saturdays are mostly spent in front of the TV, watching Rugby, especially during this specific time where we have provincial teams from South-Africa, Australia and New Zealand competing.

Jacobus and I are fans {HUGE Fans!} of the Blue Bulls, whereas Roy is a Shark supporter, Dimitri a Hurricane and Cheri a Stormer fan. 

So, now and then our teams are up against one another, and of course that puts our whole household in a mood {not serious, though!}and a whole lot of teaming up against each other. 

Right, so I think you get that on Fridays and Saturdays I don't really want to spend time in the kitchen, even with a TV set there - totally no fun in hearing the others in the lounge and me having to watch alone in the kitchen. Therefore, I had come up with this quick and easy recipe which we all enjoyed together whilst watching the Rugby.

TRIPLE CHEESE STEAK & MUSHROOM

{6 - 8 portions}

2 Short French Baguettes
2 TB Olive Oil, to brush 
2 t Black Pepper
2 t Italian Herbs
1 t Salt
500g Steak, cooked and sliced  {I like to use Rump or Sirloin}
1/3 cup Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 t Ground Cloves
2 TB Butter + 2 TB Olive Oil, to fry
1 Large Onion, sliced into rings
250g Mushrooms, sliced
1 t Garlic Powder
1 cup Mozzarella Cheese, grated
16 Slices Cheddar Cheese

1.) Pre-heat the oven to 200 deg C (400 deg F) - line one or two baking sheets with baking paper.
2.) Slice the Baguettes in half, lengthwise - mix the Olive Oil, Black Pepper, Italian Herbs and Salt in a small bowl - brush the tops of the Baguettes with this mixture - keep aside.
3.) Place the sliced Steak, Worcestershire Sauce and the Ground Cloves in a medium pot - simmer for 5 minutes {just enough for the flavors to combine} - keep aside.
4.) Heat the Butter and Olive Oil {for frying} in a medium pan - saute the Onion and Mushrooms until soft - add the Garlic Powder and stir-fry another minute - remove from heat.
5.) Start building your sandwich  in this order - bottom slice of Baguette - half of the Cheddar cheese slices - Onion and Mushroom mixture - Mozzarella cheese - Steak - remaining Cheddar cheese slices - top with the Baguette.
6.) Place in the oven and heat until the cheeses start to melt  {around 10 minutes, but do watch it, the tops can go dark very quickly}.

Serve and enjoy!

As you can see from the following pic, I cut mine into pieces:

With A Blast: Triple Cheese Steak & Mushroom   #sandwich  #steakroll

Later

With A Blast

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11 comments:

  1. oow I love mushrooms!!!Shure I'll try it!
    Thanks for stopped on my blog!
    hugs++

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  2. These look great! Think my hubby will love them!!

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  3. Definitely a must make for when Brian's home! Pinned :)

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  4. Linda, your picture just made my stomach growl! YUM. You guys sound like a lot of fun!
    Karen

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  5. Aussie Aussie Aussie, oi,oi,oi! (i rarely watch the rugby LOL) but if I did I am pretty sure the men of my house would be very impressed to have these served up :)

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  6. I know nothing about Rugby, except I want to watch it at your house and eat one of these sandwiches!!!

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  7. Gee! Linda, you are reading my mind! I have been hungry for this very thing lately for some reason. Thanks for posting!

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  8. These look tasty! I am all about the cheesesteak (being I reside outside Philly). Looks great!
    Morgaine @ Madcap Frenzy
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    Hugs!

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  9. My husband would love this. Thanks for posting on Tried and True recipes: http://rediscovermom.blogspot.com/2013/05/tried-and-true-recipe-14.html

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  10. Linda, this looks so fabulous! Perfect for my family's soccer and (American) football couch-potato sessions! The final bake to meld all the ingredients and drape them in lovely melted cheese ... mmmmmmm ... brilliant!

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