Pete Evans has a VERY unique take on a steak sandwich

Pete Evans has a VERY unique take on a steak sandwich


‘I’d have to dislocate my jaw to eat that’: Celebrity chef Pete Evans shares his VERY unusual take on a ‘steak sandwich’ – complete with pork belly and HEMP bread

  • Celebrity chef Pete Evans has shared a paleo take on the classic steak sandwich 
  • The My Kitchen Rules judge recreated the classic dish with a Korean twist 
  • He had ingredients such as hemp seed bread, pork belly, kimchi and coriander 

Australian celebrity chef Pete Evans has shared his unusual paleo take on the traditional steak sandwich.

The My Kitchen Rules judge recreated the classic dish with a Korean twist to include unusual ingredients such as hemp seed bread, pork belly, kimchi and coriander.

Taking to his Facebook group, the 46-year-old father revealed his step-by-step cooking method to his 1.5 million followers how he served his steak sandwich.

Celebrity chef Pete Evans has shared a paleo take on the steak sandwich with a Korean twist

Celebrity chef Pete Evans has shared a paleo take on the steak sandwich with a Korean twist

The My Kitchen Rules judge recreated the classic dish with a Korean twist to include unusual ingredients such as hemp seed bread, pork belly, kimchi and coriander

The My Kitchen Rules judge recreated the classic dish with a Korean twist to include unusual ingredients such as hemp seed bread, pork belly, kimchi and coriander

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Would you try Pete Evan’s ‘steak sandwich’?

Before Evans stacked the sandwich, he cooked the organic grass-fed beef steak, pork belly and fried egg in coconut oil.

The series of photographs show the chef topping the hemp seed bread base with mayonnaise, followed by hot sauce, beef steak and then pork belly.

He then finished layering the sandwich with a fried egg, salt and pepper, coriander, topped with pickled kimchi.

His social media post was met with positive comments, with many asking Evans if they could come around ‘for a feed’.

Evans cooked the organic grass-fed beef steak in coconut oil

He topped the sandwich with kimchi and coriander

Evans cooked the organic grass-fed beef steak in coconut oil before topping it with kimchi, fried eggs and coriander

Evans recreated the classic dish with a Korean twist to include unusual ingredients such as hemp seed bread and pork belly

He topped the ingredients with a fried egg and salt and pepper

The My Kitchen Rules judge recreated the classic dish with a Korean twist to include unusual ingredients such as hemp seed bread and pork belly

‘I need to find out where you live so I can jump your fence and ride your new skate ramp then hijack your lunch,’ one said.

Another said: ‘Yum, I’ll be right over, what’s the address?’

And one said: ‘I wish I could book a table at your place for dinner.’

Some said they thought the steak sandwich looked delicious until he added the coriander while others joked they would have to ‘dislocate’ their jaw to eat it.

‘I think I’d have to dislocate my jaw to eat that,’ one said.



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