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Recipe of The Month: Steak Sandwich
BONE SUCKIN’ STEAK SANDWICH
- 1 large boneless NY striploin
- Bone Suckin’ Sauce
- 1 yellow (sweet) onion
- 4 cremini mushrooms
- Salt and pepper
- 1 tablespoon salted butter (plus more, for bread)
- 1 teaspoon grapeseed oil (or oil of your choice. You do you, champ.)
- 2 thick-cut slices of crusty bread
- 2 slices provolone
STEP 1: Assemble your ingredients and preheat your grill to medium-high. Place a cast-iron pan on one side of the grill.
STEP 2: Place your steak in a deep dish and sprinkle it generously with salt and pepper. Next, pour a bunch of that Bone Suckin’ Sauce over top of the steak; flip it over and pour a little more sauce on it. Let the steak rest while you prep the onions and mushrooms.
STEP 3: Using a mandoline slicer (or a super sharp knife); transfer them to a bowl and season generously with salt and pepper.
STEP 4: Trim the stems and then slice the mushrooms. That’s all. Oh, no, wait – transfer the mushrooms to a bowl. Now that is all.
STEP 5: Put the butter and oil in the cast-iron pan, and once the butter’s melted, add the onions.
STEP 6: Let the onions cook, stirring occasionally, for about 5 minutes. Give them some space. Don’t be clingy.
STEP 7: When the onions are all nice and golden and softened, add the mushrooms.
STEP 8: Now, transfer the steak to the grill. Let it cook for about 5 minutes, then flip.
STEP 9: Stir the mushrooms. Enjoy the fragrance. Does anything smell better than onions and mushrooms on the grill? No. The answer is no.
STEP 10: When the steak reaches your desired doneness (130-135F for rare, 140F for medium rare, 155F for medium, or 165F for well-done), remove it from the grill, place it on a plate, and cover with foil. Remove the pan from the grill as well.
STEP 11: Now, take your crusty bread and butter it up. Place it on the grill for a couple of minutes, flip, and top each piece with a slice of provolone.
STEP 12: While the bread toasts up for another couple minutes and the cheese melts, slice up that steak. Sooooo juicy. Remove the toast from the grill.
STEP 13: Now for the good part. Place the steak pieces over the two cheesy toasts (juices and all!) and drizzle a little bit more Bone Suckin’ Sauce over the meat. Top with the onions and mushrooms.
STEP 14: Serve immediately and enjoy!