Man-Pleasin' Sandwich

I saw this recipe on mykitchencafe. That is one of my favorite blogs. Melanie at my kitchen cafe got the recipe originally from The Pioneer Woman Cooks. If you want to see detailed pictures of this recipe you can check it out on the Pioneer Woman’s blog. Melanie made a few changes to the original recipe. Her recipe is exactly the way I would have changed it. For one there is no Tabasco sauce. Then Melanie added mozzarella cheese. This was really yummy. My husband, who never likes anything I make with cube steak in it, actually liked the sandwich. I made my homemade bun recipe to put these on. This was a fairly simple and delicious sandwich recipe. YUM!

Man-Pleasin‘ Sandwich
2 to 3 pounds cube steak (I used 1 3/4 pound and it was enough for 6 sandwiches)
1 large onion
6 French/Deli rolls
6 tbsp. butter, divided
Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
1/2 cup Worcestershire Sauce
Mozzarella cheese, sliced
Slice onions and cook in 2 tbsp. butter until soft and light brown. Remove and set aside. Slice cube steak against the grain. Season with Lawry’s. Heat 2 tbsp. butter over high heat (in same skillet) until melted and beginning to brown. Add meat in single layer. Cook one side until brown (don’t stir, just let the heat caramelize the meat and do it’s magic!), then flip and cook until brown, about a minute on both sides. Add 1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce and 2 tbsp. butter. Add cooked onions. Stir to combine. Butter halved French rolls and brown on skillet. (I broiled mine, then put the cheese on it and broiled it again until the cheese melted) To assemble, lay bottom half of French roll on plate. Place meat mixture, followed by a spoonful of juice from the pan. Top with cheese and the other half of roll.
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