YUM! Love this recipe!! You can't beat fresh steak in a toasted bun and those peppers as well - just divine!
Really really yummy! I didn't use mayonnaise but I added a little extra BBQ, and it was delicious! I think that pan-frying the peppers would be a good idea but this definitely worked, too!
Totally delish...wonderfully simple and oh so yummy. I think next time I will follow 2Bleu's lead and pan fry the peppers with the sauce and add some onion too. I can see this becoming a habit in this house...we really loved it (especially DH!!). Thanks Annacia...made for PRMR.
I made this again because we all loved it so much. This time I saute'd the peppers in a little olive oil on the stovetop, then added the BBQ sauce into the skillet. I also used 2bleu's Creamy Garlic Spread for the mayo. Still have not tried with onions yet, but I'm sure I will next time. :) 7/14/09 - Yummy! This is fresh and upscale, something you would find on a menu of a specialty deli. I chose to leave out the lettuce for personal preference. The BBQ sauce and mayo blend wonderfully in this sandwich. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe.
This sandwich is just a little bit of heaven! I used yellow and orange peppers, and DH whipped up a smokey rub and a Jack Daniels BBQ sauce to use on the meat. The steak and roasted peppers were just terrific together and this sandwich made for a fantastic meal - thanks for sharing this recipe!
I made these for lunch today and they are delish!! I grilled my flank steak and sprinkled some Montreal steak seasoning on it as it was grilling just because I cannot put "bare" meat on the grill, LOL. I used Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce on the peppers and I added sliced onions and grilled them as well. A great lunch that we enjoyed! Thanks for posting!!