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Barbecued tri-tip steak sandwiches with anchovy mayo and provolone

Australian Gourmet Traveller recipe for barbecued tri-tip steak sandwiches with anchovy mayo and provolone.

By Lisa Featherby
  • Serves 6
  • 30 mins preparation
  • 10 mins cooking
Barbecued tri-tip steak sandwiches with anchovy mayo and provolone
Barbecued tri-tip steak sandwiches with anchovy mayo and provolone

Ingredients

  • 1 small tri-tip (1.5kg; order from your butcher)
  • 240 gm provolone dolce, thinly sliced
  • 60 ml vegetable oil (¼ cup)
  • 6 eggs
  • 6 thick slices soy and linseed sourdough
  • 2 avocado, coarsely chopped
  • To serve: thinly sliced white onion (optional) and wild rocket leaves
Anchovy mayo
  • 300 gm mayonnaise (1 cup)
  • 10 anchovy fillets (see note)
  • 2 tbsp baby capers, drained, rinsed
  • 4 cornichons, finely chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, crushed
  • ½ cup each flat-leaf parsley and basil, very finely sliced
  • Juice of ½ lemon

Method

Main
  • 1
    For anchovy mayo, place the mayonnaise in a bowl. Chop the anchovy fillets on a board, then crush them with the flat of the knife blade to form a paste, then add to mayonnaise with capers, cornichons, garlic, herbs and lemon juice and mix to combine. Refrigerate until required.
  • 2
    Thinly slice tri-tip on an angle across the grain into twelve 1cm-thick slices. Place on a tray, sprinkle with sea salt and grind fresh black pepper over, then grill over medium heat, turning once, until cooked to your liking (2-3 minutes each side for medium). Transfer to a tray, top with provolone and set aside in a warm place to rest (5 minutes).
  • 3
    Heat oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat and fry eggs in batches until white is cooked and yolk is still runny (2-3 minutes). Lightly toast the bread in a toaster or under a grill. Spread a good layer of mayonnaise on the bread slices, then top each with avocado, 2 slices of steak, onion, an egg and rocket, then season well and serve.

Notes

Drink Suggestion: Gutsy southern Italian red or Tasmanian lager Drink suggestion by Max Allen