Depending on where you are round steak can be called Georgia round steak, NC round steak, Memphis round steak or whatever but its BOLOGNA! Yes bologna, that unimpressive lunchmeat from childhood. This technique gives it a whole new flavor profile
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Step 1: Lets Get What We're Going to Need
Most of the ingredients are probably in a large percentage of refrigerators at least here in the states.
Bologna, thick slices are best, the prepack style Im using is about 1/4"
Cheese, use what you like, velvetta just melts so nicely
margerine or butter
Bacon grease or other cooking oil
You'll also need various utensils and a frying pan
Step 2: The Round Steak
Put your pan on the heat and add your bacon grease or other cooking oil, about half a teaspoon should be enough. Whil the pan heats put the bologna on a plate and add some BBQ sauce, flip it over a couple times to cover both sides then drop it in the hot pan
Step 3: The Beginning of the Sandwich
Nows the time to slice your cheese if needed or unwrap it or whatever. Butter or margerine one side of 2 pieces of bread
Step 4: Take It to the Heat
Once the bologna is browned to your liking, remove it from the pan. Lay a slice of bread butter side down in the pan and top it with the cooked round steak, add your peppers if your using them and then your cheese of choice, add the second slice of cheese, butter side UP and cover with a lid to keep in the heat and help promote the cheese melting
Step 5: Cooking Time
The cooking time will vary depending on where you are, the type of stove and the size of the pan, your trying for a light to medium brown, do your first flip after about 3 minutes on medium heat. If its not brown enough, dont worry, you can flip it again when the other side is finished, replace the lid
Step 6: Serve
Once both sides have browned to your liking, serve it up with a side of potato chips or whatever you choose