Thursday, August 5, 2010

How I like to do Cheesesteak sandwiches


First chop up some onions. I love this Pampered Chef knife. It stays so sharp. I need to get some more of them.


I then added some Olive Oil to the pan along with the onion, some Tastefully Simple Garlic Pepper Seasoning and Seasoned Salt


STEAK*EZE, my new friend! This is the best stuff I have used for cheese steak. It is so much easier then preparing the meat yourself and taste a lot better then some of those other brands. I love this stuff. It comes in a frozen block that looks like a large patty. You can put it directly in your pan, frozen. Let it cook for a little while on one side then turn it. You then can start separating the meat and it comes apart super easily. It came from the freezer section in one of those big wholesale clubs.


Onions are done now. I like for them to be soft.


I added a few splashes of Teriyaki sauce to the beef after it was done cooking.


I added the steak, onions and then the cheese. I used 2 slices of Swiss on each hoagie. I just used what I had. Provolone is also really good on it. I stuck it in the toaster oven until the cheese melted. I was then going to add just a little bit of mayonnaise but put the top on before I got the mayo on. It didn't need it anyway.


I also had a garden salad with it. The cherry tomatoes and cucumbers even came from my garden.

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3 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! I went to college in Philly and am the BIGGEST cheesesteak fan. Those look AMAZING! I went to my 10-year reunion last year when I was 7 months pregnant and ate 2 in less than 24 hours LOL! I like the healthy little salad w/your own ingredients too!

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  2. So yummy!!! That looks awesome!!!

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  3. We love to make these. Which club was this you bought at? Let me know, Sam's or Costco or something else?

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