Caramelized Onion Steak Sandwich

Caramelized Onion Steak Sandwich created by Derf2440

Zesty Onion and Steak Sandwich for two.

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40mins
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  • Slice onion into very thin slices, separate rings; set aside.
  • Slice steak, across the grain, into very thin slices, place in a zip lock bag, add cayenne pepper, Worcestershire sauce, oyster sauce and balsamic vinegar to zip lock bag.
  • Squeeze out air and massage bag to distribute sauces and vinegar through steak; set aside.
  • Meanwhile, in a large nonstick fry pan, heat oil over medium heat; cook onion, and garlic, stirring occasionally, until medium to dark brown caramelized; 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Add steak strips with sauces, saute' til medium rare.
  • Add beef stock or wine and deglaze pan.
  • Simmer 5 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, toast bread slices dark brown.
  • Place 2 slices of toast on warm plate and cover with half the onion and meat mixture.
  • Repeat on second plate.
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  1. Deanna Kyre
    Delicious!! Easy to make too. I was afraid that the meat was going to come out very tough but it was really just perfect. I also substituted soy sauce for the oyster sauce the way another reviewer posted. Also, I thought I had bread but it turned out to be too old, so I put mine on a tortilla and my husband's serving on rice and it was terrific both ways. I want to try it again with bread too :D Thanks for sharing!! :D
  2. Deanna Kyre
    Delicious!! Easy to make too. I was afraid that the meat was going to come out very tough but it was really just perfect. I also substituted soy sauce for the oyster sauce the way another reviewer posted. Also, I thought I had bread but it turned out to be too old, so I put mine on a tortilla and my husband's serving on rice and it was terrific both ways. I want to try it again with bread too :D Thanks for sharing!! :D
  3. KPD123
    this is such a great recipe! i cheated and used pastrami from the deli that i thinly sliced and marinated in a ziplock. i used soy sauce instead of oyster, otherwise i stayed true to the recipe! delish! next time i will try it with real steaks, but the pastrami was very tasty...plus less work! ;) this would probably be good with deli roast beef, too! thanks, derf, for another keeper!!!
  4. KPD123
    this is such a great recipe! i cheated and used pastrami from the deli that i thinly sliced and marinated in a ziplock. i used soy sauce instead of oyster, otherwise i stayed true to the recipe! delish! next time i will try it with real steaks, but the pastrami was very tasty...plus less work! ;) this would probably be good with deli roast beef, too! thanks, derf, for another keeper!!!
  5. Ophelliah
    Had this tonight for dinner, it was absolutely delicious. I used regular oil and it just wasn't spicy at all to me, so next time I'll either use the chili oil, as you suggested, or use more cayenne pepper. I'll also be sure to make more of a sauce as it just didn't seem to have nearly enough for my tastes. I'll also try to serve this over garlic toast next time. Also, for anyone that can make beef jerky... the marinade for this... would be perfect to flavor it! Thank you so much for the recipe Derf.
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