High quality meat makes all the difference in the world when you cook over fire. When I heard about Mishima Reserve American Wagyu, I was curious to find how quality of a wagyu beef you could get in the USA! Let’s just say, I am super impressed with this Wagyu Zabuton Steak Sandwich recipe.
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Okay, you probably have a ton of questions after reading that first paragraph. What is Mishima Reserve? America makes Wagyu beef? What the heck is Zabuton? And you are making it into a sandwich?
To be honest, I had all of the same questions the first time I heard of American Wagyu. But luckily, I have the answers for all of them now!
What is Mishima Reserve?
Mishima Reserve is a high quality American producer of Japanese Heritage breed Wagyu beef of the Kuroge Washu Bloodlines. They are raised naturally with a focus on reducing their carbon footprint by maintaining high quality standards and practices, their beef is born & raised responsibly in the USA by the best ranchers across the Northwest & Rocky Mountains.
American makes Wagyu Beef?
Yes they do and it is amazing… Mishima Reserve is just one of many great producers of American Wagyu. They, however, have had years of study learning all the in’s and out’s to maintaining and evolving American Wagyu.
What is Zabuton Steak?
Zabuton Steak is just one of the names for a Denver cut steak. In Japanese, it means “Little Pillow” because it is so immensely marbled with fat that it is soft & tender. Coming from the chuck part of the beef, this steak is super easy to grill without a lot of effort. The flavor however… intense.
The Zabuton Wagyu Steak Sandwich
In the end, this sandwich is out of this world. Packed full of flavor from the Zabuton Steak itself, you should be surprised at how tender the meat is without having to slice it up. Moreover, the soy onions and horseradish sauce on the bread will create the stage from this Mishima Reserve American Wagyu Zabuton Steak to shine!
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Wagyu Zabuton Steak Sandwich
Delicious and tender Zabuton steak cooked onto a sandwich with horseradish sauce and soy onions.
- 1-2 Mishima Reserve Wagyu Zabuton Steaks
- ½ Onion Sliced
- 2 tbsp of Soy Sauce
- 1.5 tbsp of Horseradish Prepared
- ¼ cup of Sour Cream
- 1-2 Hoagie Rolls Sliced & Buttered
- Salt & Black Pepper to taste
- Olive Oil
Build a fire in your grill or fire pit for direct cooking. Make at medium to medium-high heat.
Season the Mishima Reserve American Wagyu Zabuton Steaks with oil, salt, & black pepper. Preheat the skillet over the grill 2 minutes before cooking then add the onions, splash of oil, soy sauce, salt & pepper. Stir frequently until golden brown (about 8 minutes).
While onions cook, add steaks to grill and cook till desired temperature (about 3 minutes per side for medium-rare). Pull steaks & onions off grill and let rest for 8 minutes.
While steaks rest, add your bread to the grill and cook for 30 seconds to toast them. Mix your horseradish and sour cream together thoroughly and place to the side.
Build your sandwich with bottom of bread, horseradish sauce, steak, cooked onions and top of bread. Slice and serve!
Equipment: Grill, wood, fire starters, cutting board, cast iron skillet & bread knife.
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Derek is the driving force behind Over the Fire Cooking. He started cooking with live fire in 2016 and decided to start a social media page so his friends and family could follow the journey. Fast forward to today and Over the Fire Cooking has spread across multiple platforms with millions now following Derek’s fire cooking journey. He’s a southern fellow who enjoys everything from classic BBQ to Central and South American inspired dishes. Whatever he’s cooking up, it’s guaranteed to be so freakin’ delicious!