Beef, Feta and Roasted Pepper Open Sandwiches

Beef, Feta and Roasted Pepper Open Sandwiches
I love the kinds of foods you get at cocktail parties – finger foods. Those little bite-sized pieces you can pop in your mouth without getting all messed up. Well I’ve taken a classic one and enlarged it to dinner sized. Toast a crusty piece of bread, top it with feta, roasted peppers and thin slices of sirloin steak. Add a little horseradish and pesto sauce and a man-sized finger food has been created.



Beef, Feta and Roasted Pepper Open SandwichesBeef, Feta and Roasted Pepper Open Sandwiches

A thick slab of sirloin steak
Feta cheese
2 red peppers
Olive oil
Pepper & salt
Ciabatta – sliced
Horseradish sauce BUY HERE
Pesto (optional)

Grill the steak until medium rare and let rest for 5 minutes. Cut into slices.
Char the peppers under the grill until the skin is black. Remove the skins.
Slice up the peppers and mix with a few tablespoons of olive oil, chopped up parsley and coriander and the crushed garlic. Season the mixture.
Toast one side of the sliced bread, then remove and place a slice of feta on top. Place under the grill again for a short time.
Top with the peppers and a slice or two of steak.
Place a small teaspoon of horseradish in the middle of the steak and top with a blob of pesto if you have some handy.



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  1. I made this recipe and loved it. However, I do find the lack of measured ingredients in the recipe frustrating. I have seen several of your recipes show up and they look great but I find myself turned off from making the recipe due to having to analyze the recipe when I am in a hurry to make my weekly menu. I do realize that everyone tweaks recipes accordingly but just having base starter measurements would help a ton!

  2. I’m so sorry, Stacey. I know I used to do that and I have tried to now always put in the measurements and will continue to make sure I always do from now on. Thanks for your feedback.

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