Marlboro Man Sandwich

As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I received several coupons for Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce. 

Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce

 I wanted to make a meal that really concentrated on that ingredient, so I went with one that I have been hearing about for a long time but never got around to trying:  Pioneer Woman’s Marlboro Man Sandwich. 

No, it has nothing to do with ciggies.  Just cowboys.  It looks a lot like a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich, so I decided to add some sliced mushrooms in, and top with a little provolone.  When I tasted the meat right out of the pan, I was worried that it had too much Worcestershire sauce, but my worries were unfounded.  Once I fixed the sandwich, it was sheer perfection.  And it was insanely easy.  I didn’t use as much butter as she does, but it was still delicious, and we’ll be having it again more often!  Thanks for the coupons, Foodbuzz and Lea & Perrins!

Marlboro Man Sandwich
Recipe from:  The Pioneer Woman Cooks

1 large onion, sliced
Sliced fresh mushrooms
1 stick butter
2 lbs. cube steak
Tony’s seasoning
1/2 cup Worcestershire Sauce
Rolls for serving
Provolone cheese

Heat 1/4 stick butter over medium heat, add onions and mushrooms and cook until tender and slightly browned.  Remove and set aside. 

Slice cube steak against the grain into strips, season to taste.

Heat 2 tbsp butter until melted and beginning to brown, add meat and cook until browned, then flip and cook on the other side.  Add at least 1/2 cup Worcestershire, 5-6 shakes Tabasco and 2 tbsp butter.  Add onions and mushrooms back in and stir to combine. 

Butter rolls and brown buttered side down in a skillet, then serve the meat on top with some cheese and juices (get some of those onions and mushrooms in there too!!).

Marlboro Man Sandwich


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