Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Marlboro Man's Sandwich made with Elk Steak
Most of you who know us, know that we don't buy much meat. Not because we don't like meat. Because the guys hunt so stinkin' much I never can get to the bottom of the dern freezer. About the time I start seeing through the pile of freezer wrapped packages, it's hunting season again.
Which brings me to the recipe.
A few years ago hubby got a nice, big elk. A bull elk is really big. Needless to say we've been eatin' on this for a few years now and are finally down to the last little bit of cube steaks. I thought I had fixed elk about every way you can fix it. Then I ran across this recipe by Ree Drummond. You know Ree...the Pioneer Woman? Yeah, that one. Anyway, it was delish with the elk. Restaurant worthy. Finger lickin' good!
So here it is.
Marlboro Man's Favorite Sandwich Made with Elk
1 large onion
Butter, lots of it
2 or 3 pounds cube steak (I used Elk)
4 French or deli rolls
1.Start by slicing the onion.
2. Next, melt 1/4 stick butter in a skillet over medium heat. (I always use a cast iron skillet.)
3. Add the onion and cook over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally, until it is soft and light brown, 5-7 minutes.