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August 27th, 2011, 04:45 PM
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Here's where I got the idea, but I'll show you how we make it since we tweak it ourselves.

The Marlboro Man Sandwich | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond

We take just about any kind of meat for this. I've used flank steak, I've use round steak, heck we've even used steakums and frozen philly meat!

I cook it until it's almost done (no pink allowed for my man).
Then I add to the meat... all done to taste

We have tried it with cooked onions and peppers, we just didn't enjoy it as much that time.

Soy sauce (Kikkomans only! anything else is just awful)
Worcestershire Sauce
Franks Hot sauce

It has to be done to your taste, I can't tell you how much or how little. Just keep in mind, too much Worcestershire will ruin it.

I also toast the buns under the broiler with out butter, I find it makes it soggy. Men will probably enjoy that part. I let it get a good toast, that way the bun doesn't absorb all the juice (and then it really IS soggy). We've used hoagie rolls, kaiser rolls, and baguettes.

DF likes to add a few slices of Pepper Jack cheese to his and A1.

I add nothing except raw onion.



Here's a variation for the higher taste bud class of people. LOL.

The MM Sandwich, PW Style | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond
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October 10th, 2011, 03:54 PM
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We LOVE this sandwich! We have it sometimes every week. We have it with onions, Worcestershire sauce, and provolone cheese, like a philly cheese steak sandwich. SOOOOO good!!!
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