This Hurricane Ribeye Sliders recipe is an answer to what to do with food during a power outage, when you need to reinvent the food in the fridge in a hurry!
Necessity is the mother of invention…
Hurricane Irma just passed over Miami, leaving in its path destruction and knocking out the power for thousands of us. By the grace of God, family and friends have stayed safe throughout this monster storm and everyone is doing a little better for it. Neighbors reaching out to one another to offer help, drivers offering bottles of water to officers directing traffic. It’s been said that bad times bring good people together.
These are the moments that make you feel grateful to be alive.
Because of large power outages, we had to empty everything in the fridge, and prioritize the food that could spoil first. I made this recipe a few nights before, but its just as appropriate now when you can’t store anything!
Reinvent the leftovers into something new!
In this case the inspiration for this sandwich came from dinner the night before. Ribeye, spring salad, and dinner rolls. Sliced ribeye, buttered dinner rolls, mounted with salad made for a fast -non boring-lunch!
Which is good to share during a power outage.
Now I have to go tackle the freezer~
This Hurricane Ribeye Sliders recipe is an answer to what to do with food during a power outage, when you need to reinvent the food in the fridge.
12 sandwich sliders
1 ribeye steak- sliced thin
Slice leftover steak thin.
Warm the buns and slice in half.
Spread mayo on the buns, add steak and salad.
Any steak works! just slice it thin as you’ll be putting 2-3 slices per roll. A little goes a long way with steak
Cue: Hurricane Ribeye Sliders!
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