Hickory Smoked Sirloin Steak Sandwich

Hickory Smoked Sirloin Steak SandwichHickory Smoked Sirloin Steak Sandwich

Hickory Smoked Sirloin Steak Sandwich, a trip down memory lane. This is one of our first recipes. Five cameras ago. You can see how we’ve grown!!!

By now some of you have heard us refer to “Love the Second Time Around”. What we talking about is our BBQ leftover’s, and here that is a lot of good stuff. I especially like doing these 2 inch sirloins just for the leftovers.  The butcher knows us and he takes it from there…

I just posted the recipe for this steak and had this nice steak sandwich in mind while grilling it. We used a toasted garlic sourdough roll for our foundation. I make a “Garlic Blue Cheese Mayo” that will knock your socks off. It is good and with more than just a hint of garlic and blue cheese. Then, a little smoked Swiss cheese and the fixins of your choice and you are set…

The potatoes were leftovers also…

Directions: Hickory Smoked Sirloin Steak Sandwich

Slice the steak as thin as you can. I use a meat slicer but a sharp knife will do just as well. Toast your bun, add the cheese, and toast that, too.  Patti did this under the broiler for a short time. Then, from there you are good to go. Add your favorite stuff.  We like lettuce, tomato and grilled onions.

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Hickory Smoked Sirloin Steak Sandwich
 
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By now some of you have heard us refer to “Love the Second Time Around”. What we talking about is our BBQ leftover’s, and here that is a lot of good stuff. I especially like doing these 2 inch sirloins just for the leftovers. The butcher knows us and he takes it from there… I just posted the recipe for this steak and had this nice steak sandwich in mind while grilling it. We used a toasted garlic sourdough roll for our foundation. I make a “Garlic Blue Cheese Mayo” that will knock your socks off. It is good and with more than just a hint of garlic and blue cheese. Then, a little smoked Swiss cheese and the fixins of your choice and you are set…
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Recipe type: Tailgating
Cuisine: American BBQ
Ingredients
  • Left over Grilled Sreak
Instructions
  1. Slice the steak as thin as you can. I use a meat slicer but a sharp knife will do just as well. Toast your bun, add the cheese, and toast that, too. Patti did this under the broiler for a short time. Then, from there you are good to go. Add your favorite stuff. We like lettuce, tomato and grilled onions.

 

 

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