Grilled Steak Sandwich

by Kevin H. on February 6, 2014 · 0 comments

Grilled Steak Sandwich

Don’t get me wrong, I love steak.  Truly.  I always have, I always will.  In fact, my birthday meal of choice for most years is steak.

But…well…sometimes just eating a plain old steak is boring.  Plus, I love bread.  And cheese.  So this recipe just makes a ton of sense.

Grilled Steak Sandwich

I still get to have fun searing a steak on a blazing hot grill while drinking a malt based beverage.  I still get the delicious flavor of steak, and the smells and tastes of bbq.  I also get melted cheese and toasted bread.

Plus, it makes one steak go a long way.  This one small strip steak was enough for at least 4 good sized sandwiches.  That’s nice.  And it’s – in a very backwards way – sort of healthy.  Yea, that’s right, I said healthy.  Because let’s face it:  if I was eating just steak, I would have eaten this entire hunk of meat myself.

Grilled Steak Sandwich

The other nice thing about this recipe is it’s fast.  For those of us that live in areas of the country that get cold a few months out of the year, it’s nice to have some fast grilling meals that are delicious.  This recipe is minimal outside time.  And a nice warm steak sandwich tastes oh so good on a cold winter day.

Try it out next time you’re craving steak.  Make one steak feed your whole family by turning it into steak sandwich!

Grilled Steak Sandwich



Steak Sandwich

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Steak Sandwich


  • 1 strip steak
  • 1 tsn garlic & onion powder
  • 1/4 cup of white wine
  • 1/4 tsn salt
  • 1/8 tsn pepper
  • 1 tsn Ellbee's Sweet and Smokey
  • 2 tbn olive oil
  • Sauce
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 1/8 tsn salt and pepper
  • 1 tsn Ellbee's Sweet and Smokey butter mixture/1 tbn flour
  • Juice of 1 1/2 of a lemon


  1. For the sauce
  2. Make a rue with 1 tsn of the Ellbee's Sweet and Smokey butter. Melt the butter in a saucepan and add the flour until it creates a paste. Add the white wine, the lemon juice, and salt and pepper. Let it come to a boil, then simmer.
  3. For The Steak
  4. Set up grill for direct cooking/searing - at least 400 degrees.
  5. Let steak get to room temperature before cooking for maximum juiciness.
  6. Place directly over fire and sear for 3-5 minutes.
  7. Flip once, sear again for 3-5 minutes until internal temp is about 135-140, or your preferred doneness.
  8. Slice thin with sharp serrated knife for tender sandwich strips.

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