Leftover Beef Tenderloin Sandwiches: A Delicious Way to Use Up Your Leftovers

Do you often find yourself with leftover beef tenderloin or steak after a dinner party? Instead of letting it go to waste or using it as a salad topping, why not create mouthwatering steak sandwiches? With some sautéed onions and peppers, a touch of Worcestershire sauce, and melted provolone cheese, you can transform your leftovers into a Philly cheesesteak-inspired delight. Let’s dive in and discover how to make these easy and scrumptious hoagie sandwiches!

🐄Ingredients

  • Pre-cooked leftover beef tenderloin or steak
  • Aromatics (onion, garlic)
  • Bell peppers (green and red)
  • Pantry ingredients (vegetable oil, Worcestershire sauce, salt, black pepper, and crushed red pepper – optional)
  • Serving: sub or hoagie buns, Provolone cheese

👨‍🍳How to Make Leftover Beef Tenderloin or Steak Sandwiches

  1. Start by trimming your leftover tenderloin or steak into ¼ inch slices across the grain.
  2. Next, slice the onion and bell peppers.
  3. Coat the trimmed meat with Worcestershire sauce, crushed or minced garlic, salt, pepper, and crushed red pepper (optional).
  4. Heat oil in a preheated griddle or large stovetop pan, then add the trimmed onion and peppers.
  5. Cook for approximately 5 minutes, stirring every 2 minutes. Then, add the meat and cook for an additional 5 minutes.
  6. Serve the flavorful mixture on a toasted sub bun and top with provolone cheese.

✔️Tips for Perfect Sandwiches

  • Estimate about ¼ pound of meat per sandwich.
  • Cut the beef across the grain into slices approximately ¼ inch thick, and trim it while doing so.
  • For every 1 to 1 ½ pounds of meat, use two peppers and one medium onion. If you have more meat, add more peppers and use a larger onion.
  • The cooking time of the vegetables depends on your preference. Cook them until they are tender yet still slightly crunchy.
  • Before adding the meat, coat it with seasonings and heat it up alongside the vegetables, about halfway through their cooking time.
  • If your griddle or pan isn’t large enough to accommodate all the ingredients, cook the vegetables first, set them aside on a covered plate, then heat up the meat. Combine them when serving.
  • For a classic Philly cheesesteak version, melt provolone cheese into the hot meat and vegetable mixture before adding it to the sandwiches.
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💡Creative Ideas for Serving

To complete your meal, pair these delightful sandwiches with some perfect side dishes. Consider serving them with the easiest French fries, a fresh spinach salad, grilled corn on the cob, or even some grilled pineapple. The options are endless!

📖 Recipe

Originally published on August 11, 2010, this recipe has been updated with expanded options, refreshed photos, and a table of contents to enhance navigation. Don’t let your leftover beef tenderloin or steak go to waste – transform it into a satisfying meal that everyone will love!

So, the next time you find yourself with leftover beef tenderloin or steak, remember this recipe. It’s a fantastic way to repurpose your leftovers while satisfying your cravings for a delicious and hearty sandwich. Enjoy!

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