Mike's Easy Prego Steak Sandwiches. It's a snack, it's lunch, it's dinner, it's even considered "dessert"! A super tasty quick fix that I ate almost every night while in Portugal. Delicious and succulent, these Portuguese prego rolls are made with juicy steak grilled in a flavorsome marinade served on a fresh bread roll.
Mike's Sandwiches are proudly served on Liscio's home-baked rolls. It was a simple idea to serve simple sandwiches. Growing up in Philadelphia, Andrew and his dad Mike, headed to South Street for their favorite steaks at Jim's, before heading to a Flyers or Phillies game. You can cook Mike's Easy Prego Steak Sandwiches using 17 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Mike's Easy Prego Steak Sandwiches
- It’s of Prego Sandwiches.
- It’s 2 of 2 oz Sirloin Steaks [1/4" – 3/8" thin cut].
- It’s 2 tbsp of Fresh Garlic [rough chop].
- Prepare of Fresh Ground Black Pepper.
- You need of Sea Salt.
- It’s dash of Quality Olive Oil.
- Prepare dash of Quality White Wine.
- Prepare of Bread & Condiments.
- It’s 2 large of Sturdy Bread Buns [crusty topped preferred or french].
- Prepare of Yellow Mustard.
- You need of Hot Sauce.
- You need of Kitchen Equipment.
- Prepare 1 small of Frying Pan [with tight fitting lid].
- Prepare 1 of Mallet.
- It’s 1 of Ziplock Bag.
- You need of Options.
- It’s of Grilled Onions.
This was the easiest steak sandwich to make and my family loved it! I used provolone instead of the sharp Cheddar which gave it a smoky flavor. This easy steak sandwich recipe is an easy Portuguese sandwich recipe with non-traditional portuguese prego sauce. Check out our vibrant and punchy Portuguese prego sandwich.
Mike's Easy Prego Steak Sandwiches step by step
- Cut your sirloin in two and salt and pepper to taste. Trim any fat..
- Using your mallet – pound your meat until it thins out a bit. Reverse, season again and pound..
- Chop garlic and pound it into your meat. Reverse and do the same..
- Fry / steam 1 minute on each side with a small dash of olive oil, a quality white wine and a tight lid..
- Slice and dress bread with mustard..
- Serve hot..
Steak only gets better between two slices of bread. Make one of these delicious sandwiches for lunch today! Steak only gets better between two slices of bread. These steaks flavored with onions and red wine are called garlic "nailed" steaks because a small meat mallet is typically used to "nail" the garlic slices into the steak. If you like drama, go for it, but I usually just push the garlic in with my finger – it doesn't really stay in too well anyway.