Steak Sandwiches with Fresh Herb Topping

  • jmeleeS Posted: 04/19/13
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    Just made this last night and we thought it was a solid recipe - a couple of notes: I had spinach on hand in lieu of arugula and I used basil & parsley in the herb "topping" omitting the parm cheese. Also, the french bread is way too skinny to try and actually make a sandwich out of these ingredients. Go for an Italian loaf and just cut your serving size a bit smaller. Finally, this could be an elegant app if you slice french bread diagonally, toast, top with the herb base, a small slice of tomato and the steak; which is actually how we ended up eating our meal. Not really super special, but good flavors and it wasn't too terribly hard to prepare; wouldn't hestitate to make again; enjoy!

  • AshleyEvans Posted: 04/23/13
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    My husband made this -- the herb spread is delicious (but quite garlicky, which we love). I would add a little extra arugula on top (but that's just because I love arugula). He marinated the meat in sesame oil, soy sauce and crystallized ginger. He also hollowed out the bread prior to putting the sandwiches together. Would definitely make again!

  • erikisst Posted: 07/16/13
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    This was such an easy meal to make. Publix carries a French baguette that works great for this since its wider than typical french bread. I picked the one with poppy seed and it was delish. Came together so fast! Served with salad and baked potato. It was a pretty big sandwich which is not the norm when it comes to "actual" portions. Will definitely make again.

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