Friday, 18 July 2008

Recipe - Nuffy Cheese Steak

I was looking at recipes for Philly Cheese Steak when I was planning this meal. Since I cooked them in Nuffield, I thought I'd call them Nuffy Cheese Steaks instead. :)

This is a dish you throw together very quickly and it does lend itself to quite a bit of Freestyling too. Basically, use what you have and add and replace as you feel fit.

Ingredients (serves 2)
4 bread rolls, I used ciabatta styled ones
About 300 - 400g steak, thinly sliced
1 red pepper, thinly sliced
1 - 2 onions, thinly sliced
Cheese, preferably quick melting cheap nasty slices ;)
American yellow mustard (leave this one out if you don't like it)
Tabasco, to taste

Split the bread rolls and if you like mustard, spread liberally.

Fry the onion and pepper slices until well cooked and almost caramelized, put to the side and keep them warm.

Pop the steak slices in the frying pan and season. Add tabasco to taste.

Once the steak is fried sufficiently you can assemble the rolls. Put the vegetable mixture on the bottom slice, add steak and top with cheese. Close it off using the top slice.


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