Introduction: How to Cook the Ultimate Steak Sandwich

This is my ultimate steak sandwich! It’s a little over the top but it tasted so damn good!


  • 2 x 1/2 inch Steaks
  • 1 Large Round Bread Roll
  • 1 Onion 2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
  • G-Fresh Barbecue Seasoning
  • Bacon
  • Swiss Cheese
  • Salami
  • Sun Dried
  • Tomatoes
  • Whole Grain Mustard
  • Tomato Relish
  • Butter
  • Spinach Leaves

Step 1: Season the Steak the Steak With Your Choice of Rub.

Step 2: Slice One Onion Into Strips.

Step 3: Cook the Steak to Your Liking.

Step 4: In a Cast Iron Pan Add Two Knobs of Butter.

Add the onion and begin to sweat them down.

To help caramelise the onion add 1 Tbsp of brown sugar.

Cook until fully caramelised.

Step 5: Fry Off the Bacon.

Step 6: Cut the Top Off of a Large Round Roll and Remove Most of the Inside Section.

Step 7: ​Now It's Time to Layer This Sandwich!

First, add a layer of the steak.

Followed by the caramelised onion.

Next, add some Swiss cheese.

Now add a layer of Spinach Leaves (to try and be somewhat healthy!)

Then a layer of sun dried tomatoes and a layer of hot salami.

Spoon on some whole grain mustard.

Layer on the bacon!

Add another layer of Swiss cheese and a second layer of steak.

And finish it off with some tomato relish.

Step 8: Place the Round Roll Lid Back Onto the Sandwich.

Wrap the sandwich in aluminium foil.

Step 9: Place the Sandwich Under Something Heavy to Press All of the Ingredients and Flavours Together for 1 to 3 Hours.

Step 10: Warm Up the Sandwich in the BBQ to Melt the Cheese.

Step 11: There You Have It! My Ultimate Steak Sandwich!


GloriaH27 (author)2017-07-13

Outstandingly creative. I must try this recipe. Thanks for the idea.

joseph.kelarjian (author)2017-07-13

Maybe save the "mined" bread for top drawer bread crumbs?

clazman (author)2017-07-13


Great job!

Not fair watching this before breakfast on an empty stomach!

thepoisonivy (author)2017-07-13


econjack (author)2017-07-13

Please tell me it has only 75 calories!

rchone (author)econjack2017-07-13

maybe one bite

CristianF37 (author)2017-07-13

Now I'm hungry

robert livingstone (author)2017-07-10


mrearls7 (author)2017-07-10

Wow!! That looks delicious... Nicely done.

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