Philly Steak Sandwich Recipe
Thou shalt not utter the name Philly, without it's suffix, 'Steak Sandwich.' Hoagie rolls are stuffed with sauteed beef, onion and green pepper, then covered with melted Swiss cheese. These sandwiches are delicious.
This is a very filling sandwich, great to make ahead of time and keep warm in the oven for a Superbowl party or any other time. But you better like cheese!
Onions, peppers and provolone cheese come together to make a great one pan supper. This is a simple and delicious recipe for a hot sandwich that is a snap to make, and sure to be a real crowd-pleaser.
I tried for years to make a cheese steak as good as the takeout sub shops of southeastern Massachusetts. I think this is about as close as you can come at home. Freezing the steak the day before makes it easy to cut into very thin slices.
Chef John's recipe for mini Philly cheesesteaks will be the hit of your next football party!
This is a delicious and easy sandwich that gets rave reviews from my husband and brother. The garlic mayo is both easy and delicious.
Impress all your guests watching football with this perfectly seasoned beef for Philly cheese steak sandwiches that goes quite nicely with a cold beer.
This is the closest to a real Philly Sandwich I've ever made. I used provolone instead of swiss the second time I made it. That makes a big difference, so I stick to provolone everytime I make it. Don't let all the spices keep you from tying it, because it is well worth it and a tip for buying spices is look in the mexican food isle in grocery for little packages of all the spices needed. They are alot less expensive than some other brand names. So it's affordable on ones budget. Almost a 5 * with my boys.
Served in hoagie rolls, these steak and cheese melts--made from start to finish in the air fryer--combine perfectly cooked steak and veggies with melty cheese.