Sometimes, my husband Jack goes a little over the top when he’s cooking. And in the case of this Steak Bomb Sandwich – that’s a very, very good thing!
This recipe combines tender shaved steak, melted provolone cheese, caramelized onions, mushrooms sautéed in bourbon, and our roasted garlic aioli into one amazingly good steak bomb sandwich.
(Don’t you want to take a bite out of this right now?)
Just use your favorite sandwich roll for this recipe. Here in New England we call these ‘bulkie rolls’ but any sub, Kaiser, Hoagie or soft crusty sandwich roll will do, as long as it can hold up to the juicy filling in this steak and cheese sandwich.
Also, don’t be embarrassed to buy pre-shaved steak at the grocery store or butcher for making this steak bomb sandwich recipe. Most home cooks (including us) aren’t able to hand shave the steak thin enough for this type of sandwich. Just be sure you buy shaved steak and not the pre-ground steak that is formed into strips – it’s definitely not the same tender cut of beef that you want to use when making this steak bomb sandwich.