Food | #TheMANwichSeries: Corned Beef & PepperJack on EVERYTHING! Recipe By @PhillyTheBoss | #SoPhi

by • January 8, 2014 • Featured, SoPhiComments (0)1947

This is my invention! Screw You if you did it before. Do you own a site that can get this idea out to the masses? Nope. Well, consider me Christopher Columbus of this sandwich! Since the NFL playoffs are here, ladies if you want to satiate your guy gameday sandwich cravings, this will definitely do it. Warning, if you’re a man who watches your figure, wears legging and squeezes into skinny jeans, this isn’t for you.

What You will need:
1- Corned Beef Brisket (Can be purchased in Walmart)
1 pack – Thomas’ Everything Bagels
6 Slices of Pepper Cheese
1 Clove of Garlic
1 half of an Onion
1 Tbsp of Cayenne Pepper
2 slices of butter

Drop the Corned Beef in a LARGE pot along with the clove of garlic, the onion as well as cayenne pepper put enough water in the pot to cover the brisket. The brisket should also come with a seasoning packet. Add that as well. Let it cook for 3-4 hours. Go do laundry or something while the aroma fills the house.. periodically check on the water to make sure you dont burn the brisket.

Once done remove the brisket and slice against the grain.. lightly butter the pan and pan sear the brisket to put nice texture on the outside of it. It wont take long so monitor it closely. the meat is already cooked, you JUST want to brown it.
Corned Beef Seared
place the brisket on the bagels and top with the slice of pepperjack cheese. (Pepperjack is an awesome cheese and not only does the spiciness taste great it also cuts the fatty flavor of the Corned beef). Broil the the sandwich WITHOUT the tops until cheese is nice and melted. Remove from oven add dressing to the bagel tops and Enjoy!
Corned Beef Sandwich 2
Top with: ‘The Russian From North Philly’ Dressing

1 cup mayonnaise
¼ cup (4 Tbsp) chili sauce
1 Tbsp drained horseradish
1 tsp minced onion
1 Tsp of Cayenne Pepper

In a glass bowl, combine the mayonnaise and other ingredients. Chill.

Store unused portion in the refrigerator, where it should keep for a day or two — or longer if you used store-bought mayonnaise.

Makes about 1 cup of Russian dressing.

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