Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich

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2011/05/18 17:51:21 (permalink)

Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich

Made this last night, I froze a Filet Mignon from Costco, sliced some of it on my Hobart on a setting of 7, I'm sure your butcher would do the same, it needs to be frozen though. This meat is paper thin, and defrosts quickly. Come time for the sandwich I sliced an Amoroso roll completely in half, buttered it, granulated garlic on the butter, toasted face down on a large skillet, set aside, took the meat, scattered accross the buttered skillet with good quality shaved parmesean mixed in, a goodly amount, fried the meat for about 35-45 seconds, it was barely medium, got to keep quickly turning the meat/cheese so as not to overcook, plated the meat on the bottom part of the roll, added some capers and raw red onions, the parma will melt nicely, I used 8 ozs. of meat, this sandwich was as good as it gets. Try it, let me know what you think!
post edited by chewingthefat - 2011/05/18 17:53:42
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 17:54:01 (permalink)
    I hate to have to bring this to your attention, but carpaccio is raw meat.
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 18:08:28 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    I hate to have to bring this to your attention, but carpaccio is raw meat.

    Mr. Hoffman, this is a fact I'm well aware of, in the liberal use of literary license, I choose to name it as such since would indeed be the same ingredients for a tasty carpaccio if not for the quick fry. Thank you, however, as you jogged my enormous intellect and I recalled I added some EVOO and a dash of Balsamic at the finish!

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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 18:18:13 (permalink)
    I would have mine raw....with a bit of arugula and fresh cracked pepper.
     
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 18:51:53 (permalink)
    Mr. Chewingthefat, I am happy to have been able to jog your enormous intellect, and I certainly appreciate the manner in which you used your literary license to rename a cheesesteak.
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 19:15:14 (permalink)
    I would have to agree that it sounds  like a  Chubbby's Cheesesteak to me!
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 19:19:54 (permalink)
    Sounds delicious to me!
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 19:28:30 (permalink)
    Call it " I own the Restaurant and I'll call it anything I want to" Sandwich
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 19:44:43 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    Call it " I own the Restaurant and I'll call it anything I want to" Sandwich

    I can't argue with that bit of logic.
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 20:29:07 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Mr. Chewingthefat, I am happy to have been able to jog your enormous intellect, and I certainly appreciate the manner in which you used your literary license to rename a cheesesteak.

    Youe very welcome Mister Michael Hoffman, My fellow MENSA members disagree with your tag, cheesesteak, they as I, much prefer "filet carpaccio cheese miracle", as the handle here, as it would take an enormous intellect to search the universe for such a heavenly sandwich. Your earthly musings are understood though!

    post edited by chewingthefat - 2011/05/18 20:30:47
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 20:33:07 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    Call it " I own the Restaurant and I'll call it anything I want to" Sandwich

    There's that too! LOL!

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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 20:40:24 (permalink)
    Youe very welcome Mister Michael Hoffman, My fellow MENSA members disagree with your tag, cheesesteak, they as I, much prefer "filet carpaccio cheese miracle", as the handle here,

     
    If it were my creation I'd capitalize the name.
     
    Signed one from DENSA
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 20:44:08 (permalink)
    mar52

    Youe very welcome Mister Michael Hoffman, My fellow MENSA members disagree with your tag, cheesesteak, they as I, much prefer "filet carpaccio cheese miracle", as the handle here,


    If it were my creation I'd capitalize the name.

    Signed one from DENSA

    That to me would be ostentatious!
    post edited by chewingthefat - 2011/05/18 20:45:46
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 20:49:00 (permalink)
    You???
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 20:55:40 (permalink)
    can't wait for the deep fried shashimi basket on Friday nights
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 20:56:38 (permalink)
    I do not care what you call it, sounds excellent to me!
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 21:06:51 (permalink)
    Far be it from me to disagree with any member of MENSA. That's Me, Earl, Nate Sam and Adelbert, right?
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 21:10:01 (permalink)

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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 21:17:00 (permalink)
    Ah appreciates that.
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 21:49:20 (permalink)
    I  judt  laughed so hard that I spit  wine  out  all over my keyboard!
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 21:55:07 (permalink)
    At least you're drinking wine. Me, Earl, Nate, Sam and Adelbert might not approve of spiritous beverages.
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 21:58:41 (permalink)
    Might not?  Which one approves?
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 22:02:48 (permalink)
    Well, I certainly do, of course. But I'm not Me, Earl, Nate, Sam or Adelbert
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 22:04:07 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Far be it from me to disagree with any member of MENSA. That's Me, Earl, Nate Sam and Adelbert, right?

    All except Adelbert are to the right, right!

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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 22:05:50 (permalink)
    Well, of course I never pay attention to anyone's political leanings.
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 22:22:27 (permalink)
    *snicker*
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/18 22:25:13 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Well, of course I never pay attention to anyone's political leanings.

    Political activism is gonna get you in hot water here, leaning is all about how much booze you've had!
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/22 00:00:11 (permalink)
    After the Geniuses are done butting heads, this sounds awesome, flash fried or raw, call it what you want, sounds Damn good to me.
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/22 03:02:27 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman
    Mr. Chewingthefat, I am happy to have been able to jog your enormous intellect, and I certainly appreciate the manner in which you used your literary license to rename a cheesesteak.

    That's what I was thinking when I read the post! Sounds like a Cheesesteak to me as well.
    And that's Literal Literary License. Try saying that fast 4 times!
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    Re:Carpaccio steak and cheese sandwich 2011/05/22 03:03:45 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman
    Mr. Chewingthefat, I am happy to have been able to jog your enormous intellect, and I certainly appreciate the manner in which you used your literary license to rename a cheesesteak.

    That's what I was thinking when I read the post! Sounds like a Cheesesteak to me as well.
    And that's Literal Literary License. Try saying that fast 4 times!
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