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    Default Steak Leftovers

    I charcoal-grilled a few bone-in ribeye steaks for a family gathering and now I have 2lbs of cooked leftovers.


    They are in freezer bags now and in my upright freezer. What are some ideas for using these great tasting steaks later as leftovers?

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    Default Re: Steak Leftovers

    Steak Fajitas.

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    Default Re: Steak Leftovers

    i would cut them up the same way fajita style ....put them in a wrap for my lunch throw in a little cheese and hot sauce tobasco of course and warm it up on the dash of your truck using the hot defroster unit of your truck ...ready to eat....enjoy!!!
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    Default Re: Steak Leftovers

    You could...

    do fajitas like the above posters, which is what I would end up doing because my GF would punk me out about it and force me to make some kind of super cheesy mexican dish out of it...it's protocol...she likes quesadillas, which is pretty much the same damn thing as a fajita. I love all mexican food...so I'm cool with it. I just go with the flow


    I enjoy big breakfasts ..steak and eggs...it goes great with stuff like salsa or hot sauce...I have weird tastes, some people would probably hate that...you can't screw up the eggs though...o, I got it...it just came to me...

    a massive omelet, with diced tomatoes, onions, steak, and whatever cheese you have in the fridge... or you could make a pizza with it...like a philly cheese steak style pizza with onion and bell peppers....that's something I need to learn how to do that I'm clueless about...I have no idea how to make pizzas, but wanna learn how to do it better. We've done it, but not the 'Real deal holyfield' style pizzas you'll find people making with pizza stones, etc. Ok, I'm done rambling , onto the next thread
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    Default Re: Steak Leftovers

    Hey there Wing:

    Here is something we do with leftover steak and or roast.

    BBQ BEEF SANDWICHES

    2 tbl sppons brown sugar
    1/4 teaspoon dry mustard
    a dash of black pepper
    a dash of dried red pepper flakes
    1.5 cups of spicy ketchup (or regular ketchup if you like)
    1/2 cup water
    2 tblespoons chopped onion
    2 tblespoons lemon juice
    1 tblespoon vinegar
    1 tblspoon worcestershire sauce
    3 cups thinly sliced cooked beef (about thickness of a quarter and 1 to 1.5" long.
    6 sandwich buns, split.

    In medium saucepan, combine all ingredients EXCEPT beef and buns

    Bring to a boil.

    Reduce heat; simmer for 30 minutes, stir occasionally.

    Stir in beef; cover and simmer for an additional 15 minutes.

    Spoon about 1/2 cup mixture onto each bun.

    Makes 6 sandwiches.
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