Jan
22
2011

Who Invented the Chuckwagon Sandwich

Sandwiches are highly recognized as the perfect fast food item. The most delicious chuckwagon sandwich was introduced by Charles Goodnight in the year 1866.

The basic chuckwagon sandwich consists of a breaded beef patty placed on the bun with additional toppings including tomato, lettuce, etc. The sandwich can be cooked in less than 20 minutes. Instead of a beef patty, pork is also used for preparing the sandwich. There are few countries in which the chuckwagon sandwiches are served at school lunches.

Chuckwagon Sandwich Who Invented the Chuckwagon Sandwich

Following are the basic ingredients required to cook the recipe.

1/2 cup soy sauce, 1/4 cup water, instant onion flakes – desired quantity, crushed garlic cloves – desired quantity, 6 medium-sized cube steaks, 1 cup butter, 1/3 cup flour, salt and pepper powder, grounded ginger, 2 cups of milk, 1 cup of sliced fresh mushrooms, 1 loaf of Vienna bread, 3 – 4 medium sized tomatoes – cut into slices, lettuce slices, etc.,

Chuckwagon sandwich can be prepared in an easy way. Mix the sauce, onion flakes, ginger and garlic with marinated steaks. For the sauce, melt the butter and mix it with flour, salt, pepper and milk. Add sliced mushroom in to the sauce. Butter the bread slices and in and heat it over the grill or oven. Cook the marinated chuck wagon steak in oil or grill it. Place one slice of toasted bread and top with cooked steak, tomato slices, lettuce and cover with other bread slice. Chuck wagon sandwich can be served with hot mushroom – ginger sauce.

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