9 Reviews

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mommyoffour June 29, 2011

This has become one of my DH favorite meals. This is very easy to put together and delicious. I alway fry my steak-ums and then put them on a hamburger roll. This is a very nice change and not that much harder. Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe. We will be making this often. Update: 11/14/07 I made these and added fried mushrooms to my sandwich, very good!

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Nikki Kate November 14, 2007

These were good but a bit on the dry side. Seemed like they were missing something.

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bmcnichol September 10, 2007

Sorry I did not rate this higher, but I just thought it needed something extra as far as dressing - it was a bit too plain and too dry. Let me explain, though, that I used ciabatta rolls, a meat substitute and a low-fat American cheese slice (with regular provolone). I don't think this affected the outcome because I've made these types of substitutes before for other recipes and have been quite pleased. So I think you should add some kind of seasoning (garlic, salt, pepper) and a bit of broth (with a dash of hot sauce) if you want to keep this low-fat, or another type of dressing if you're not worried about calories. I think this recipe needed just a little more to make it a 5-star. Thanks very much.

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Kumquat the Cat's friend May 12, 2006

These are wonderful, easy, and super delicious! I fried red and green peppers, and onions. I also used american and provolone cheese which tasted really yummy! After we finished dinner my hubby asked me "When are we having these again?" I am glad I bought extra box of steaks. Thank you Marg for this KEEPER!

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*Asha* April 19, 2006

Very, very nice Marg/Cayman Designs, adding the extra cheese (provolone) made a big difference to how I usually make these. Thank You!

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lets.eat April 10, 2005

These were great, Marg! I always wanted to make cheese steaks, but didn't know how to get that restaurant-taste. This was it. I couldn't find any white processed cheese besides the Kraft swiss singles. Those worked just fine. Followed your instructions exactly and they were just delicious. The mayo in there adds just the right creaminess. We'll definitely make these again...next time with steak rolls (I used hotdog buns).

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Chef Doozer November 17, 2004

This is exactly how I usually make our cheesesteaks! I use steak-ums and lots of onions. They come together very quickly and tastes as good as what you can get in a sandwich shop. Thanks for posting this.

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~Bekah~ November 05, 2004
Cheese Steak Sandwiches