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Garlic Steak Sandwiches

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MyCookbook Member: pairey
Recipe Category: Beef
Recipe Preparation Level: easy


    GARLIC STEAK SANDWICHES

    Sandwich rolls (sweet or sour dough)
    1 tender steak (NY strip, or even London Broil will work),
    trimmed of all visible fat
    1 bulb of fresh garlic, minced, pressed, or finely chopped
    1/2 c. (aprox.) Olive oil
    1/2 stick Butter or margarine
    1 t. Garlic salt
    1 T. Garlic powder
    Steak sauce (A-1, or your favorite)

    Cut beef in very thin slices, against the grain (for easier chewing).
    Add half of the garlic to olive oil with garlic salt and garlic
    powder. Pour over beef slices and toss to coat. Allow to marinade,
    stirring several times, for 30-60 minutes.

    Drain beef and pan-fry in hot skillet until done throughout. Drain
    again to remove any extra oils.

    Add remaining half of the minced garlic to butter. Cream until smooth
    and spread on both inside halves of sandwich rolls. Place under
    broiler and toast until lightly browned. Add generous amount of steak
    sauce to both halves of rolls, then layer on the beef slices.
    Tremendous served with a small green salad and homemade french fries!

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