Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Students Tri-Meat-Wich!

Remember that time you had leftover meat from the weekends BBQ? Well here is the perfect and amazing recipe to put that aging meat to good use!  It's called the Tri-Meat-Wich, and as its name suggests it is a sandwich comprised of your three favorite meats.  For my personal mouth watering creation, I went with leftover tri tip, a fresh piece of filet mignon, and a package of tomato and basil link sausage.  You can however use whatever meat combination you prefer..  Just don't forget the six pack!

What You Need:

  • 3 meats (steak, pork, lamb, chicken, tri-tip, chorizo, sausage, etc.)
  • Mushrooms & white onions
  • Large bottle of BBQ sauce
  • Package of long white rolls
What You Need To Do:

1) Bake, grill, fry, or BBQ your uncooked meats.  As well as sautee your mushrooms and onions. (+ some garlic)

2)  The next step in the process is to create your tri-meat-wich's filling mix.  This will be somewhat comparable to a casserole of sorts.  Start by chopping your cooked meats in to bite sized pieces. 

Then toss that, along with your BBQ sauce into a mixing bowl and mix well, so that the meat soaks up all the flavors and juices!...

3)  Let the filling cool and soak up flavor while you get out your bread rolls.  Slice the loafs in half - long way, and proceed to tear out roughly a third to half of the white bread from the inside of each loaf. This creates a pool shaped crater for the meat filling to rest nicely in, instead of slopping to the floor when you take a bite.  In a large casserole dish, spread out your meat BBQ sauce filler so as to cover the entire bottom of the dish.  Then, take the bread chunks that you tore out of the rolls and sprinkle crumbs over the entire meat filling.  Finally, cover that with a generous layer of cheese, and VOILA..

4) Bake the casserole at 325 degrees for about 20-30 min, or until the cheese starts to turn golden.  Toast your bread rolls to a crispy perfection.  Let the meat filling cool down while you grab another cold one...  And finally, the absolute best part of the process -- Sit back and enjoy your sloppy-licious, Tri-Meat-Wich!!!

And if there's anything left in the dish when the night comes to an end...
Either you didn't follow these simple instructions, or maybe you have some tips you could lend... 

Comment and let me know if you know of a better sandwich recipe!  Or post an idea for a delicious sounding recipe that you would like to see performed...
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