This is not a traditional tailgate sandwich. But I wanted a change from burgers and kielbasa today and this could be the most delicious sandwich, tailgate or no tailgate, I’ve tasted in recent memory. Ingredient lists on Indian recipes are not known for their brevity, so I relied on top quality condiments and ready-mades to save time with this sandwich,
The secret to a successful flank steak is long marinating and quick cooking. Flank steak will toughen the longer it is cooked. Grass-fed flank steak is on sale at Arbor Farms through September @$6.99#–a great price for grass-fed meat. Most groceries in town stock the addictive Tandoori Naan Flatbreads and stock ready-made Masala sauces in the ethnic aisle. I purchased my Masala Sauce at Trader Joe’s and Naan down the street at Hiller’s. Garam Masala is an Indian mix of ground spices that varies from kitchen to kitchen and region to region in India. It’s basically composed of cumin, coriander,turmeric, cardamom, cinnamon, clove, ginger and pepper. It is available in the spice section of most groceries and ethnic markets in town.
When I began my daily dinnerFeeds, I told my family I would not repeat a single recipe, at least not this year. After we tasted this easy variation on a beef hoagie, we decided to renig. The sandwich was just that good.
Disclaimer: This is not a recipe you can whip up in 30 minutes. This is a Polish Grandmother Recipe. And anyone who is a Polish Grandmother, or anyone who has a Polish Grandmother, or anyone (like me) who lives next door to a Polish Grandmother, knows that Polish Grandmother Recipes can’t be completed in less than thirty minutes. But … Full recipe post »
On Sunday’s journey back from Utah (an impromptu trip utilizing a free AMEX companion plane ticket), while poring over photographs taken hiking Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon, I lamented that I forget to take my wide-angle lens. Still. I could never capture Ansel Adam‘s American West no matter how many strings of cameras I roped around … Full recipe post »
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