Bonafide Ribeye Sandwich
Just when you think a ribeye steak couldn’t get any better….I’m going to turn you on to the “Ribeye Sandwich”.
But this just isn’t any old, ordinary steak sandwich…
I use choice ribeye steaks grilled to perfection; top them with sautéed sweet onion, baby portobello mushrooms, and melty provolone cheese – all served on Texas garlic toast with a roasted garlic mayo.
For the ribeyes I use an 8-10oz choice grade steak. It gets tenderized (for this I used an onion slicer but you can use a jacquard) since we’re leaving it whole on the sandwich; and it’s meant to be picked up and eaten – not cut with a knife and fork (but you fancy folk could use utensils is you like).
The steaks are seasoned with salt and pepper and then drizzled with Worcestershire and Balsamic Vinegar. Rest them on the counter until ready to cook (about 45 minutes).
For this cook I fired up my Weber Kettle for this cook using a chimney of Royal Oak briquettes for fuel. Once the coals are hot, dump them on one side of the grill and place an aluminum pan on the cool side to create a 2 zone fire. I also used a set of Grill Grates for those steakhouse grill marks.
As soon as the grill heats up, place a cast iron skillet on the hot side and add 1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil and 1 Tablespoon of Butter. Toss in the veg and season with a good pinch of Salt and Black Pepper – along with a few good dashes of Worcestershire. The vegetables will take about 10 minutes to brown and softened. When done, move the skillet over to the cool side.
Now it’s time for the steaks. Season the steaks with Killer Hogs Steak Rub on both sides and place on the hot side of the grill. Cook for 2 minutes – rotating half way if you want to create grill marks. Flip the steak over with a Grill Grates tool and repeat.
Next place the steaks on a flat iron skillet and top with the onions and mushrooms. Lay a couple slices of provolone cheese over the top and let the cheese melt for about 30 seconds.
Once the provolone melts, remove the skillet from the grill and let’s build a sandwich!
For the bread I’m going with thick cut Texas Garlic Toast. Then slather each slice with Roasted Garlic Mayo and place the Steak on the toast. Add the other slice of bread to the top and you have a Bonafide Ribeye Sandwich!