Beer Battered Tri-tip sandwich

It’s been too long since my last extreme sandwich, so I decided this weekend another one was due. Tri-tip is one of my favorite cuts of steak, and I have been wanting to make steak fingers, so I started there.  I don’t drink beer, but a friend had left one in the back of my fridge, so I used it to make a beer batter, the carbonation gives the breading body and the beer adds a unique flavor.

I also added sauteed bell peppers and mozzarella sticks Normally I would hand make the cheese sticks, but I guess I was feeling lazy.

I put it all on a roasted garlic boule, I looked up boule, and I guess it just means ball in french. I toasted it with a little olive oil and it made a good foundation for the sandwich.

That's a lot of grease for one meal

For the sake of your arteries, Limit your intake of this much fried food to very rarely!

Beer battered TRi Tip and A1 sauce

The sandwich stood about 7 inches high

Mozzorella cheese sticks, red peppers, steak sandwich

I squished down the sandwich to cut out a wedge


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  1. thatguy says:

    How well do you think this sandwich would travel? If I commissioned one, and you mailed it to me, would it keep?

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  2. ShyGuy says:

    I ate the last piece today, so three days with refrigeration? Maybe a do it yourself kit would be better…

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