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Although a lot of our meals are vegetarian, even vegan, we are anything but against animal protein. And there are times when I actually crave a good feed of steak. Today is that day.
This will make an excellent boat meal once we are back on the water. I even used one of our galley cooking pans to sauté the onions, pepper and mushrooms.
Next, a healthy sprinkling of salt and pepper for the beef.
And finally a little stir to gently cook the beef strips with all those wonderful juices getting to know each other. So easy! I piled portions of the mixture into some fresh buns (I find the softer types work best, like hoagie or hot dog style), topped with slices of cheese then wrapped each in foil all ready for the grill or oven.
The recipe makes four very generous sandwiches so we had delicious leftovers for another meal. Popped in my little stove top Omnia oven, on medium low heat for about 10 minutes and we were ready to dine again.
The reason for not separately cooking the ingredients, veggies, removing from pan, then steak bits was so I could gather all those yummy juices, reduce then serve the ‘au jus’ as a dipping sauce.
Look at all that ooy , gooy goodness.
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