Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Manwich: Filet of Beef Sandwich



If Ina can put a filet mignon sandwich in her best selling cookbook, then I can certainly include something so basic on my blog, right?

No recipe necessary.
We made these fantastic sandwiches with the leftover beef tenderloin from New Year's.

Instead of Ina's yummy Gorgonzola sauce and arugula, I made a horseradish mayo by combining Hellman's mayo (they should pay me royalties for the number of times I mention their brand of mayonnaise!) with prepared horseradish.

I spread the horseradish mayo on good 7 grain bread. Piled on the greens and a good thick slice of the beef tenderloin!

Man, was that good! I guess that's how the term "manwich" came about!

18 comments:

kat said...

That horseradish mayo would make this sandwich for me.

doggybloggy said...

yowza...if I didnt know better I would think you were trying to lure me with this delightful bite....

lisaiscooking said...

You know, even when Ina makes something really simple, I'm always sold on it. Horseradish mayo sounds fantastic.

LaDue & Crew said...

can't go wrong here! I made a soup out of my leftover prime rib. My hubby said it was the best soup he's ever had!

Maria said...

That is one mighty sandwich!

StaceyEsq said...

Wow. That is my type of sandwich! The problem is the leftover beef tenderloin - who has leftovers when it's that good?!

Bob said...

(fingers scrabble against the screen) Guh. Want.

melissa said...

Man, the best kinds of recipes are no recipes at all. Just putting something together that you KNOW is going to be awesome. I am all over this.

HoneyB said...

Nice looking sandwich...I mean Manwich! ;)

Lisa said...

This sandwich is killing me. I just ate veggies with hummus for lunch.

Karen said...

That sure does look good. I'm a big fan of horseradish, so now it's doubly good!

Pam said...

What a perfect sandwich - delicious!

The Short (dis)Order Cook said...

Is that the same sandwich from the BC episode where they had a beach picnic? If so, yours looks much better.

noble pig said...

Now that's a sandwich, i mean seriously, nice. Thanks for the ideas on how to use up my prime rib!

Alexa said...

That's one tasty looking sandwich... my husband would love it and since it doesn't require a recipe he could make it too... I'll have to show him your post. :)

Peter M said...

It's early morning, and I want a beed sangwich for brekkie...kinda tells ya how I feel about this, dig?

Proud Italian Cook said...

This looks insanely good!! And the horseradish mayo makes it sound even better!!

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