“Apollodoros” Steak Sandwich

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Just look at the ingredients and you’ll understand why I prefer this to another famous steak sandwich, named after a city I will not mention here.
Maybe it’s just me, but shredded  “Real” steak, pita bread, greek yoghurt, fresh vegetables, kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper and lot’s of roasted garlic puree !
Tell me if I am wrong, but in my opinion, this sandwich just rocks !

P.S.
Apollodoros means “gift of Apollo” from the name of the God APOLLO combined with Greek δωρον (doron) “gift”. Hey, I created it, I’ve got to name it 🙂
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“Apollodoros” Steak Sandwich

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5 comments

  1. Hans, you are so very talented. We are restaurant consultants and work coast-to-coast and occasionally internationally. I love your approach and enjoy this blog. Email me at dfoster@fosterandassociates.net and let’s see if we can be a good resource for each other!

    David Foster

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  2. Being born and breed in “that” city it comes down to all about the bread. The water, minerals in the water, elevation etc play the major part of the equation. There are a number of steak houses there that don’t shred the meat. As we all know if you shred meat all the flavor and juices come out and boil away. You r left with some dried out over cooked meat pieces. There are places that cut the meat real thin on a meat slicer then cook them real fast. They were great. No more bread for me!

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    1. Chef… you hit on EVERY cylinder. All my life, I’ve live in (relative) high country where elevation/well water ARE the main ingredients to ‘best kept secrets’ as it pertains to the final results of anything foodie. Congrates!

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