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How to Cook Sandwich Steaks?

Hello moms,

how i can cook sandwich steaks on the stove or the broiler so they can turn out tender and
juicy. What is the secret?
Any good recipes?
Thanks in advance!

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marinate them a little soy sause and Mrs dash cook quickly in a pan with alittle olive oil 2and a half minutes on each side on high leave a little pink inside this is if they are thin a true steak sandwich is the trick is don't over cook the meat that leaves it dry and leathery

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My Cuban MIL taught me~I marinate them in plenty of fresh crushed garlic, onion slices, white wine, soy sauce & or worcestershire sauce, lemon or lime juice,salt, pepper over night. Take them out of frig about an hour before cooking. Heat pan with a little oil & saute onion slices. Remove them & fry steaks for about 3 minutes each side. Careful not to overcook~depends how well done you like them. Put them on French bread & put in pannini maker & they make great Cuban steak sandwiches. Or add white rice, black beans & salad for a genuine Cuban meal. Might as well include Mojitos if you go for rum.

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The cut of meat determines how tender or tough it will be. Also if you overcook it, it will be tough. I don't have any luck with the broiler so I do my steaks on the grill unless the weather is too bad in which case I pan fry. The best seasoning I've found is Grillmates steak, basically salt and pepper with a little boost. Cook your steak on high till medium rare, time varies upon thickness.
Are you looking for a marinade for a flank steak or something? What I use for a marinade is a ziplock with soy sauce, olive oil, lemon or lime, dash of worshestire, grated ginger, garlic, a bit of brown sugar and chopped parsley or cilantro. Marinate over night, cook to medium rare. Let the steak rest for ten minutes before thinly slicing against the grain. (If you don't let it rest, you lose all the juiciness)

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1 word...Oven bags....We started using these for turkeys at thanksgiving and Christmas to make them juiceier and they cook quicker as well. I now make them to cook roast and salsbury steak etc and everything turns out so tender and moist. They are usually in the isle where the foil and ziplock bags are at. If you can't find them ask someone at the store where you can find the Oven bags at and just pick out what size you need. I think they come in small, med and lag but not real sure about the small size. Good luck and happy eating.

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Hi T.,

I make these all the time and my kids really love them! I usually salt and pepper them then dip them in a little olive oil and lastly coat them with a bread crumb and parmesan cheese mixture. I put them on the broiler on high and they take about 7-10 minutes to fully brown and cook. So good! If you do them on the stovetop, you will use much more oil to saute them in and it is a little less healthy. Also, if I do them on the stove, then I dip them in eggs rather than oil before coating with the breadcrumbs. They are great with a little squeeze of lemon before eating.

Happy cooking!
P.

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super hot and super fast...I like to let my skillet heat up for 3 mins. or so while I am seasoning the steaks. Then I just pust a about a teaspoon or so of olive oil in there, make sure pan is coated, and throw the steaks in there for a bout a minute one side, and flip them for about a minute the other side.

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slow cook at like 250 for a couple hours. Just salt and pepper.

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slice you steak fairly thin,Use one of the hammers that you use for food and ,beat it, marinated your steak 3 or 4 hrs. or overnight. Use a little tenderizer, and you will br amazed.

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marinate them a little soy sause and Mrs dash cook quickly in a pan with alittle olive oil 2and a half minutes on each side on high leave a little pink inside this is if they are thin a true steak sandwich is the trick is don't over cook the meat that leaves it dry and leathery

1 mom found this helpful

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