BBQ Steak Blue Cheese Sliders

Ready for more sliders? 
BBQ Steak Blue Cheese Sliders
I think I may be a little addicted.

To making sliders, that is.

These are one of the best I’ve ever made, however. I seared filet mignon medium rare and topped it with Stubbs Sweet Heat BBQ Sauce. That sauce is the bomb – huge barbecue flavor and sweet with a kick. I added caramelized onions and green peppers and blue cheese.

The flavors together are off the charts.
BBQ Steak Blue Cheese Sliders The filets are from Kansas City Steak Company, and they are amazing – so tender you could cut them with a butter knife. If you don’t remember, they were a sponsor at the World Food Championships last November where I placed in the top ten of the blogger division. Click here to see a rendition of the steak I made (you’ll love it).

The blue cheese in this one takes it so over the top…in a good way.
BBQ Steak Blue Cheese Sliders2 Go here to enter to win Stubb’s awesome giveaway for a Stubb’s grilling spatula, Stubb’s hat and t-shirt, and ten coupons for free Stubb’s sauces, marinades and rubs!

Here’s your printable- 

BBQ Steak Blue Cheese Sliders



  • Bring filets to room temp and sprinkle generously with salt; rinse with cold water and dry after 30 minutes.
  • While they're salting, melt the butter and caramelize the pepper and onion over medium heat.
  • Preheat oven to 500 degrees.
  • Sear over high in a pan, then place in the oven for 1 min per side, depending on how you like your steak cooked.
  • Remove and let cool; slice against the grain.
  • Toast slider buns and assemble with steak slices, BBQ sauce, onions and peppers and blue cheese.

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  1. Wow, this dish looks delicious! Peppers with blue cheese on steak topped with barbecue sauce sounds like a perfect combination. These pictures alone are enough to lure anyone into trying this recipe! Nicely done! Thanks a lot for posting this!

  2. Wonderful recipe I will try this soon thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. Very nice, Shea! Great minds think alike because cooking up something with Stubb’s Sweet Heat too! This looks great.
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