Shooters Sandwich

Shooters Sandwich

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"I've been making a variation of this sandwich since I first saw this Two Fat Ladies episode years ago. I just went to make it again, and for the life of me, I couldn't remember the name of the sandwich. I'm so glad I found it's proper name here! Thank you.

My variation is simple. I add Vidalia onions.

Okay, sometimes I add a bit of some good cheddar too.

But, that's it. This recipe is too good to mess with."

- acadiaelle

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Ingredients

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2 big fat field mushrooms
Black pepper; freshly ground
1 loaf Sandwich bread
1 very thick rump steak

Original recipe makes 1

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Preparation

TWO FAT LADIES SHOW #FL1A06 The steak should be about 2 inches thick, cut from some fine animal. Cut one end off the loaf and remove as much center crumb as necessary to allow the steak and mushrooms to fit in snugly when cooked. Quickly sear the meat in a very hot pan, keeping the meat rare. Take from the fire and season well on both sides, then insert it into the hollowed loaf. Grill enough mushrooms to cover the meat and place them over the steak. Replace the removed crust end of the loaf. Wrap the whole thing in a double sheet of white blotting paper and secure with string. Then secure again with parchment paper and more string. (Or use foil and film). Place under a weighted board for 6 hours. When eating this sandwich just cut off a slice as required. Posted to recipelu-digest by molony on Mar 04, 1998

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I actually used a London broil, and halved the broil lengthwise. My husband and I like our beef rare, but not as rare as the original recipe calls for it to be!
fonteyn85 4 years ago
I've been making a variation of this sandwich since I first saw this Two Fat Ladies episode years ago. I just went to make it again, and for the life of me, I couldn't remember the name of the sandwich. I'm so glad I found it's proper name here! Thank you. My variation is simple. I add Vidalia onions. Okay, sometimes I add a bit of some good cheddar too. But, that's it. This recipe is too good to mess with.
acadiaelle 4 years ago
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