Thursday, March 1, 2012

Cheesy sirloin sandwiches

One of the best things about working from home and having a husband who works roughly 3 miles from home is we get to have lunch together pretty much every day, unless one of us has a meeting or is traveling.
While we eat lunch out about twice a week (it’s much-needed for my sanity to get out and be amongst the 3-dimensional people on occasion), we eat at home the other 3. Sometimes that’s in the form of a sandwich or leftovers, but lots of days I like to actually cook something. (Something I can cook in 15 minutes or so anyway.)
These are perfect for a fast lunch, dinner on the run or can even be cut into thirds for party food.
2 center-split deli rolls
1 sirloin steak (You’ll have some extra for tomorrow’s lunch!)
Sea salt and coarse ground pepper
4 slices pepper jack cheese
4 slices Swiss cheese
Mustard or mayonnaise

Heat grill to medium.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Season steak with sea salt and coarse pepper.
Grill steak about 5- to 6- minutes per side or until desired doneness.
While the steak is grilling, spilt the deli rolls and place on a foil-lined baking sheet.
Place 2 slices of pepper jack cheese on one half and 2 slices of Swiss on the other half of the first roll.
Cook until well-melted. Finish under the broiler for a minute or 2 if desired.
Slice steak and place on cheesy rolls. Add a little mustard or mayo and any other toppings.
Serve immediately.
The Mr.’s sandwich looked like this:

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