Tuesday, September 20, 2011


The Mighty Beef Sandwich
         2 to 3 cube steaks,  6 tablespoons of butter, 1 large onion, 4 large mushrooms, season salt, garlic powder, and black pepper, 9 to 10 dashes of Worcestershire's sauce, hot sauce( As to your taste. I use 4 dashes) and hogie buns.

Cut your mushrooms and onions. Put two tablespoons of butter in the pan. When melted add the onions and mushrooms. Cook over low med. heat till the onions are translucent. Then raise the heat to caramelise the onions and mushroom. Remove from the pan and place in bowl for later.
Cut your cube steaks  against the grain of the meat into strips or bite size pieces if you like. Sprinkle with the season salt ,garlic powder and pepper. Place in the pan that you took the onions and mushrooms out of . Add 4 tablespoons of butter Cook over med heat till done.( don't over cook it or it could become tough . )                                                                                                                                     
I know not a good picture, Sorry. My other picture won't post.  
 Add back to the pan the onions and mushrooms. Then add the Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce. Cook for 4 to 5 minutes to blend everything. Taste the meat. You can always add more Worcestershire and hot sauce if you like. It depends on your taste.

This part is up the you. Butter your buns,then put under the broiler till toasted. I like mine buttered then put in the pan, I just took the meat out of . That way I get the flavor of the meat on my buns. It's your choose.
This recipe make  4 to 6 sandwiches. Depending how high you pile it on. Mine like to pile it on,as you can see. I do make a few changes now and again. Cube steak can be expensive, so I some times use hamburger. I may also add a little brown gravy (not a lot) to the hamburger one. If you do this you may want to add more Worcestershire sauce. Wait a minute, that kind of makes it a different sandwich.
 Oh well, both are good.  Enjoy!


  1. Looks like a great blue collar type of meal, i love it. Richard

  2. That certainly is a mighty beef sandwich! Looks great! :)

  3. Definitely a Mighty looking sandwich...my family will love this.

    Thanks for the recipe.