Dolly's Dishes

Super mom to the rescue, one dish at a time!

Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches September 25, 2010

Filed under: Sandwiches — emilylhh @ 10:17 pm
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Brad ate 2 of these sandwiches, and commented on how good they were with a mouth full of roast beef. Winner in my book! I even was able to use the broiler and didn’t burn anything to a crisp — or myself! Emily 1, Scheinoha curse – 100. That’s one for the record books!

These are super easy to make, and only require a few ingredients. Thanks to Mel’s Kitchen Cafe for this 🙂

You’ll need:

4, 6” sub rolls (We made ours pretty meaty, you could stretch it to 6 if need be)
1lb deli roast beef, cut in 2 in strips (I asked for thick cut)
1 onion, cut in moon shapes
1 green bell pepper, seeds removed and sliced thinly
2T butter
1T oregano
2T A-1 steak sauce  (I used close to 4T. We like sauce)
2T minced garlic
Provolone slices, 2 per sub if you like cheese

Melt the butter in a pan, and add slices onion and green pepper. Saute until soft. Add the garlic and oregano, cook until fragrant. Add in strips of beef, and A-1 sauce and toss until well combined and heated through.

While your meat mixture is heating, turn your oven on to broil. Slice open your rolls and lay the pieces of Provolone on the inside crease of the sandwich, so you have cheese on both sides. But it in the oven to broil, about 5 minutes. I am not a pro broiler, so I checked mine every 30 seconds to make sure they weren’t fried to a crisp. I also had my oven rack 2nd from the top to give me a little bit of a head start. Emily-1, Broiler – 100.

Once your cheese is melty and bubbly, scoop the meat mixture onto the roll, add your fave condiments (we like mayo and spicy mustard best) and enjoy!!


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