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steak au poivre sandwich recipeI have a confession to make. I do not have a set of pots and pans. I have a handful of random saucepans and saute pans that I have picked up here and there. I never liked the options that a set had. I might want one piece of the set, but then know that I will not use some of the other pieces. I use both nonstick and stainless and did not like being committed to one or the other. I like to pick and choose the cookware that suits the needs that I have in the kitchen. Calphalon has answered my prayers by launching Your Set by Calphalon. Now you can choose between two different kinds of pans, Unison Nonstick or Accucore and then mix and match pieces to create your perfect set.

Calphalon asked me create a unique spin on a classic and I took the classic steak au poivre and turned it into a sandwich. Beef tenderloin was on sale at my grocery store so we got to indulge in something usually reserved for a special occasion on a weeknight. This sandwich was so delicious and was the perfect thing to break in my new pans.

steak au poivre sandwich recipe

1 Tablespoon olive oil
2 onions, sliced
8 ounce package mushrooms, sliced
3-4 beef tenderloin pieces (you can use sirloin or ribeye too)
salt and pepper
1 shallot, minced
1/4 cup brandy
1 cup beef stock
1/4 cup heavy cream
1/4 cup flat leaf parsley, chopped
4 ciabatta rolls
1 cup baby arugula

steak au poivre sandwich recipeHeat olive oil in saute pan. Add onions and cook over medium low heat. Add mushrooms and season with salt and pepper.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeCook until soft and translucent, about 15 minutes. Set aside.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeDry beef with paper towels. Season beef with salt and pepper. Heat saute pan over high heat.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeAdd steaks to hot pan. Lower to medium high heat. Cook for 4 minutes without touching them. This will develop the crust that you are after.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeTurn over and cook for another 2 to 3 minutes, depending on how you like your steak cooked.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeTransfer the steaks to a plate and cover with tin foil. Let rest while you make the sauce.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeAdd a little more olive oil to the pan if needed. Add the shallots to a medium high pan. Cook until they begin to soften, about 2 minutes.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeAdd brandy and cook until it evaporates.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeAdd the beef stock and boil until it reduces to about 1/3, about 4 minutes.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeAdd the cream and boil until thick. Add parsley.

steak au poivre sandwich recipeCut the ciabatta in half and add arugula and onion mixture to the roll. Slice the steak thinly and spoon au poivre sauce over. Top with roll and serve.

Steak au Poivre Sandwiches [Calphalon Your Set $500 Giveaway]

Steak au Poivre Sandwiches [Calphalon Your Set $500 Giveaway]

Ingredients

  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 onions, sliced
  • 8 ounce package mushrooms, sliced
  • 3-4 beef tenderloin pieces (you can use sirloin or ribeye too)
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 shallot, minced
  • 1/4 cup brandy
  • 1 cup beef stock
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1/4 cup flat leaf parsley, chopped
  • 4 ciabatta rolls
  • 1 cup baby arugula

Instructions

  1. Heat olive oil in saute pan. Add onions and cook over medium low heat. Add mushrooms and season with salt and pepper. Cook until soft and translucent, about 15 minutes. Set aside.
  2. Dry beef with paper towels. Season beef with salt and pepper. Heat saute pan over high heat. Add steaks to hot pan. Lower to medium high heat. Cook for 4 minutes without touching them. This will develop the crust that you are after. Turn over and cook for another 2 to 3 minutes, depending on how you like your steak cooked. Transfer the steaks to a plate and cover with tin foil. Let rest while you make the sauce.
  3. Add a little more olive oil to the pan if needed. Add the shallots to a medium high pan. Cook until they begin to soften, about 2 minutes. Add brandy and cook until it evaporates. Add the beef stock and boil until it reduces to about 1/3, about 4 minutes. Add the cream and boil until thick. Add parsley.
  4. Cut the ciabatta in half and add arugula and onion mixture to the roll. Slice the steak thinly and spoon au poivre sauce over. Top with roll and serve.
http://bakedbree.com/steak-au-poivre-sandwiches

Your Set by Calphalon is the first cookware experience that allows you the ability to customize a cookware set for the way you cook and entertain. Whether you’re cooking for a crowd or mastering a new technique, now you can create a set piece by piece from the best of Calphalon. Mix it up. Make it yours. And now you have a chance to win a $500 Calphalon gift card to create your own set!

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Family Fresh Cooking Pumpkin Mac n’ Cheese
Picky Palate Chicken Ragout

This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Calphalon blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own

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145 Responses to Steak au Poivre Sandwiches [Calphalon Your Set $500 Giveaway]

  1. Jen R says:

    I’d add on a stock pot!

  2. Jacob Coon says:

    I would add on the 8 ct stock pot and cover because I love making soups to share!

  3. Stephanie says:

    I would add on a wok!! Probably the stainless steel one

  4. Dianne Shaw says:

    I’d add a roasting pan.

  5. Shaina says:

    I would start with the nonstick set and add on a wok!! My parents have an amazing one and now I need my own since I don’t live with them anymore!

  6. Gianna says:

    Stainless steel with:
    AccuCore Stainless 5-piece Base Set
    AccuCore Stainless Steel 12″ Flat Bottom Wok
    AccuCore Stainless Steel Small Combo
    AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Dutch Oven &
    Cover

  7. Aneesa says:

    I would add the AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Dutch Oven & Cover!

  8. TJ says:

    This product looks great–I think I would add a wok,since I have nothing similar in my kitchen.

  9. Jeanna says:

    I would add the AccuCore Stainless Steel 8-qt. Stock Pot & Cover!

  10. Michelle S says:

    I would add the Unison Non-Stick 8 qt Stock Pot & Cover :)

  11. Rust says:

    AccuCore Stainless Steel 16″ Roaster & Rack

  12. Don’t the simplest recipes make some of the most delicious ones? As one of my all time favorite dishes, steak in pepper sauce, you’ve moved the bar up a level by making it in sandwich form. Bravo! I’d have to make mine gluten-free but it will certainly be equally delicious whether you use standard flour for the bread or not. Now, off to planning this dish for lunch!

  13. iCloneit says:

    I hope it is a tasty item. I am feeling better seeing this item. I want to eat this.

  14. Jeanne ODonnell says:

    I would add the stainless steel wok. Thank you!

  15. Tammy says:

    I would add some stainless to the non stick I already have. Or maybe a wok.

  16. Jill says:

    The flat bottomed wok–fun!

  17. Diane says:

    I would get the 8 qt stock pot for all my soups!

  18. Amy L says:

    I’d add the AccuCore Stainless Steel 16″ Roaster & Rack

  19. Melissa H. says:

    I’d add the wok!

  20. Deb K says:

    I’d add on a stock pot,as I make many soups and stews.

  21. Stephanie Gossett says:

    A WOK! What a great giveaway! :)

  22. Suchi Mehta says:

    I will get a 8 qt pot with cover.

  23. moonsword says:

    I’d love the AccuCore 12-in Stainless Steel Flat Bottom Wok!

  24. Shelby says:

    I love the Wok!

  25. Marci says:

    Great products!

  26. Tian A. says:

    I would love to add Unison Nonstick-Sear 6-qt. Sauté Pan & Cover

  27. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would add a wok.

  28. Jennifer says:

    I would add a stock pot.

  29. Staci A says:

    I’d add the 12″ Omelette Pan.

  30. Ashley H says:

    I’d like the stainless steel wok.

  31. Amanda E. says:

    I would get the 8 qt stock pot.

  32. Sleepyheadedmom says:

    I would add the AccuCore Stainless Steel 8-qt. Stock Pot & Cover.

  33. valerie says:

    unison 13″ wok and cover

  34. Alaine says:

    I’d love a wok!

  35. Jeffrey says:

    I would start with the AccuCore Stainless 5-piece Base Set and add the AccuCore Stainless Steel Small Combo along with the AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Dutch Oven & Cover! I think all my bases would pretty much be covered with this pairing!

  36. Carmen says:

    I’d add the AccuCore Stainless Steel 16″ Roaster & Rack

  37. Malissa W says:

    I would add the 5 qt saute pan and an omelette pan for my husband so he can try to perfect his skills.

  38. Lisa Garner says:

    I would love a set with Unison Nonstick-Slide 12″ Omelette Pan, Unison Nonstick-Sear 8-qt. Stock Pot & Cover and Unison Nonstick-Sear 6-qt. Sauté Pan & Cover!

  39. susan smoaks says:

    the unison nonstick would make the set my very own! i love calphalon and i would be the happiest woman in the world if i won this amazing giveaway!

  40. Natalie S says:

    I would get the stainless steel wok!

  41. Trina A says:

    I like the Unison Nonstick-Slide 12″ Omelette Pan

  42. Joy Quinnan says:

    I would add the AccuCore Stainless Steel 16″ Roaster & Rack & the AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Dutch Oven &
    Cover

  43. Joy Quinnan says:

    I would add the AccuCore Stainless Steel 16″ Roaster & Rack & the AccuCore Stainless Steel 5-qt. Dutch Oven & Cover

  44. Beth Palacios says:

    I would definately chose the Unison Non Stick Small Combo and the 12″ omelette pan. Actually, I really really need these. ;)

  45. Sarah L says:

    Unison Nonstick-Sear 6-qt. Sauté Pan & Cover and Unison Nonstick-Slide Small Combo would make a good start.
    Thanks for the contest.

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