My wife introduced me to this sandwich, and I have to say, it's a great sandwich. it should be famous
Pita-Pocket Sirloin Steak Sandwich
Fresh Bean Sprouts, washed
Ripe, Haas Avocado
Ripe, meaty tomato
Coarse, spicy, Stone-Ground Mustard (optional)
Steak Sauce (optional)
Wash, and blanch the beans sprouts. Place in the refrigerator to cool.
Pan-fry, or grill the steak to medium rare. Chill in the fridge for ten minutes. While the steak is chilling, cut the avocado in half, remove the pit, and scoop out the avocado meat from the peeling. Slice sideways, and sprinkle with lemon juice. Thinly slice the tomato.
Slice the pita bread round into two halves. Use a butter-kife, or spoon to gently open the pita into a pocket. Remove the steak from the fridge and slice on the bias, thinly across the grain.
Spread the inside of the pita-pocket with mayo, and the mustard, or steak sauce. You could also add horseradish if so desired. Place a few slices of the steak into the pocket, followed by the tomato, avocado, and bean sprouts.
A young man, who didn't know how to cook, asked me to help him make a special meal for his mother's birthday. He didn't have a lot of coin. I knew that I could purchase one sirloin steak, with the other ingredients for relatively cheap, and make for him, his mother, and his two siblings a memorable meal to fill them, and one that tasted great.
The meal was a huge success, everyone was filled, and loved the sandwiches. The only caveat was that there was no mayo in the house. I used the blender to make a quick home-made mayo. They all loved that too, and didn't know you could make your own mayonnaise until I showed them how.
Make this sandwich for your family, and/or friends. It will be a hit in your home too.
Seeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North