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How to make Chef Paul's 'Real Man's Sandwich'

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -- Chef Paul is ditching his healthy cooking ways and splurging just in time for the Super Bowl. Learn how he made his 'Real Man's Sandwich' during 'The Nine' on Tuesday.

Ingredients:
1 loaf of hard crusted Italian bread
3 ribeye steaks
1 lb mushrooms
1 onion
Swiss cheese
Dijon or spicy mustard
Horseradish
Worcestershire
Bacon

Method:

- First, hollow out bread
- Cook everything up, including the meat, bacon, mushrooms and onions (Try to leave the steaks a little rare as they will carry over cook a little more in the sandwich)
- Shove two of the steaks in the bread
- Sauce the steak
- I like to have two halves of the sandwich different so I use on one side thick Worcestershire sauce and on the other half, Dijon mustard and horseradish sauce plus a layer of bacon
- Add a layer of Swiss cheese
- Then try to stuff in as much of the mushroom and onion mixture you can (press down as needed)
- Then add the other steak along with the juices from the pan
- Add a little more sauce and then the mustard mix
- Top off with more Swiss
- Put the top of the loaf back on
- Wrap in butcher paper
- Wrap in foil
- Put a heavy cutting board on top to squish it down
- Add more weight...and wait ...and wait (I used 140 lbs of weight and let it sit for 4 hours)
- Take weight off cut, serve and enjoy

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