Yes, this is a copy cat of McDonald's steak egg and cheese bagel that has been off of the menu for quite some time. It is so delicious but easy enough to make at home that you wont even care that you cant get it through drive thru anymore.
Place the ribeyes on a cutting board. Using the rough side of a meat mallet pound the steaks on both sides covering the entire surface of the meat twice.
Put the steaks in a plastic bag, add the worcestershire sauce and garlic salt and set aside to marinate for 15 minutes. You can cut up your veggies and get everything else ready (2 pans one for each egg) ready.
Heat a grill on medium high heat. Cook the steaks for 3 minutes on each side.
Turn the grill off, place the bagels cut side down on the grate and keep the lid closed until you are ready to assemble the sandwiches.
Heat two saute pans on medium heat. Add 1 tbsp butter to each pan, once the butter is almost melted add the peppers and onions equally to both pans. Add in the salt and stir. Saute the peppers and onions for 5 minutes or until soft.
Whisk an egg one each into two separate bowls. Whisk in the mayonnaise into each bowl with the egg.
Pour the egg mixture into each pan. Once the egg is set, flip over the entire egg to the other side. I use a small saute pan for this.
Once the other side is set fold the egg in half like an omelet and then over again so that its folded in quarters.
Take one side of each bagel off of the grill onto each plate. Top the bagel with the steak, then the egg, the cheese and lastly the top of the bagel.