Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins
This is a simply prepared, delicious steak sandwich from The Naked Chef. He prepared it for the movers that helped him on his Moving House episode. I made it myself the day I saw the show; it is delicious!
- 340.19 g chuck eye steak
- 14.79 ml fresh rosemary (about 2 sprigs with leaves picked off)
- sea salt
- fresh ground black pepper
- 396.89 g ciabatta or 396.89 g baguette
- 14.79-29.58 ml Dijon mustard
- 236.59 ml arugula or 236.59 ml watercress
- 1 lemon, juice of
- 29.58 ml extra virgin olive oil, to taste
- Place the ciabatta just to warm in the oven for a few minutes at 225 degrees.
- Hear a heavy skillet on the stove top.
- Slice the steak across in half, forming two thin steaks.
- Season your steak with salt and pepper and then sprinkle it with rosemary.
- Place the slices one at a time between two pieces of plastic wrap, or in a heavy plastic freezer bag.
- Bash with a heavy object such as a frying pan or a bottom of a bottle or even your fist until about 1/2 inch thick.
- Rub with a little extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.
- Place the steak onto hot pan and sear on each side for just under a minute.
- Let the meat rest on a plate while you cut your bread in half lengthways and drizzle it with olive oil on one side and spread mustard on the other.
- Fill half of the roll with greens, place the steak on top then drizzle over any juice from the meat.
- Slice and serve.
Best steak sandwich I have had in a very long time. Used a different artisan bread, but made the balance of the recipe as is. Love the bite of the dijon and arugula in this sandwich against the deliciously flavored meat. Will definitely make this again. Made for ZWT-8-AUS/NZ.
Made this for my evening meal. It was a simple sandwich but with lots of flavour, I liked the rosemary in it. Used chiabatta and added a few tomato slices whic teamed up well with the arugula greens.
I made this using rib eye steak and yellow mustard, my hubby doesn't like Dijon. This made a nice lunch for him and was easy and quick to prepare. Thanks Julie!