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    Beadle's Chipotle Beef Sandwich

    Seeing as I couldn't get the Roza black pepper sauce, I went and done summat different with the marinade.

    I got some beef and bread at Villa. For the beef I wanted a thin cut so I got some stuff for 'Shabu Shabu', whatever the f*ck that is.

    For the marinade I used Don's Food's Chipotle Sauce (Tabasco do one too), with some lime juice and some crushed black pepper. I left it overnight in the fridge.



    The beef had soaked up all the lime and chipotle. Lovely.

    The bread was surprisingly good, going on the quality of bread I have had before from Villa.



    For the veg, I got the mushrooms at Villa, and the pepper and onions from the local market, and you can't beat the locals for value; 4 peppers, a head of Chinese celery, two onions and a bag of red chillis for 87thb.



    Chopped half the onion and half the pepper and a few 'shrooms.



    I used a hot wok with olive oil to stir fry the beef.



    Add in your chopped veg.



    For sandwich beef you really want it almost burnt, so make sure the heat is high and don't undercook it. Salt liberally and add more cracked black pepper as required.



    The finished article. I topped it off with some cheddar and jolly nice it was too.



    Enjoy!

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    fine looking sandwich sir

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    killer, give red bell a chance next time. Much sweeter.

    Now I know the beef to use for my philly cheese steak.

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    I got the beef in my freezer, thaw one steak and slice it thin, all the beef I get is fork tender so workd fine for sandwich meat,, fact Norton had one on his way home last trip as he couldn't put away his whole steak for supper so he and Mrs.N had beef sandwitchs on the way home.
    Hell I gonna have Philly cheese steak tomorrow for supper.
    Thanks for the idea.

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    Good stuff mate.

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    That looks pretty damn good, think I would have given it a few seconds in the microwave to melt the cheese a bit.

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    Looks great.

    Might have not used olive oil for the frying. Lower temps.

    But very good.

    Wish I could get decent beef up here.

    I must visit BG.


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    looks decent, needs beer :0)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    That looks pretty damn good, think I would have given it a few seconds in the microwave to melt the cheese a bit.
    Microwave that would spoil it grill it foking grill it.

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    A good way to slice the beef really thin is to throw it on to the heat and hold the beef onto the hot plate with tongs in your left hand. Then with your right hand use a Venetian Plaster Spatula to slice up the meat. Then throw the veg in and then put the cheese on top before taking it off the heat.

    One of these.


    Obviously it wouldn't work in a wok though, need a hot plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    give red bell a chance next time. Much sweeter.
    Nice sandwich Beadle. Reckon I would have thrown in a chopped jalapeño.

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    this one has no jalapenos but it shows how by using the plaster spatula you get the meat just right for a cheese steak.


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    I'm really hungry.

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    Me too. Unfortunately I'm also way too lazy to ever be bothered actually getting off my arse and making something like those sandwiches.

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    That's why god invented ordering off the internet.

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    damn fine looking sandwich, but i'd leave the beef half raw !

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    That's why god invented ordering off the internet.
    ... It's not going to take me more than 3 or 4 point 'n clicks is it??

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    Sorry it takes about 8. It is a bit of a strain on your fingers.

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    hey willy, rare roast beef on sourdough bread.


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    Thin is easy, Take a frozen beef steak from the freezer, as it thaws, slice very thin slices off the ends of it, and in a few minutes you have a pile of very small, thin slices ready for the wok.
    For my trial I used 4 NZ rib eye steaks,,, worked great with shredded Tillamook Sharp Cheddar a friend had brought over from the states.

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    I had to have one. Feel much better now.



    Steak, Onions, Jalapenos and cheese then a good douse of Chipotle Tabasco.

    Cheers Beadle

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    oh baby that looks good.

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    Looks very good, not too much hard work either. Beer to wash it down!

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