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I had a taste for steak, but not just a big ol’ slab of meat kind of taste. I wanted it with bread. I love bread. Any kind, but especially deli bread. When we go out to eat and they offer bread before hand, I always fill up and have a hard time eating my real meal. Anyone else like this?
We walked to the grocery store and grabbed the steak and then headed to the deli. They had on display a beautiful loaf of ciabatti. I asked the deli guy what he thought about putting steak on the ciabatti – he disagreed and said that the ciabatti would have too many holes so the juice from my sandwich would soak through and make a mess. He told me to buy french hamburger buns (have you ever had them…I eat them plain! It’s french bread but in hamburger bun size, heaven!!) Anyway, I rebelled and proceeded with buying both types of bread. I figured if I ended up not liking it on the ciabatti bread I would eat it plain with EVOO and parmesan cheese!
We got home and quickly made dinner. Let me just tell you that the ciabatti was not full of holes and was exactly what I was going for! Delicious!
Doesn’t that look so good?!?! I’ll show you how I made it so you can too!
I don’t think that I even have to tell you who liked this…I’m sure you can already guess if you’ve read any of my other posts. Yep! You guessed it, Lover Boy. He said he loved that the veggies were still crisp and the seasoning was great. He also said the stiff, non airy bread was a perfect combination with the steak! Woo Hoo!
Give it a try yourselves! Enjoy!
-Steak (your choice. I chose very thin slices of steak)
-Juicy steak seasoning
-A1 steak sauce
Here’s the recipe for the Egg and Kale English Muffins for breakfast!