Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
I really don't care for Philly sand. that much but this one is a winner! It is from Rachel Ray's cookbook (30 min. meals) and it is fabulous (and so is Rachael Ray!) My husband cant stop raving! Great for football games too!
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 large yellow onions
- 1 dash salt and pepper
- 2 dashes steak seasoning
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 1 1⁄4 lbs lean sirloin steaks, sliced very thin
- 1 teaspoon garlic salt
- black pepper
- 8 slices provolone cheese
- 4 hoagie rolls
- In sauce pan over med-high heat, add olive oil, onions and seasonings.
- Toss occasionally and cook until soft.
- On griddle pan or large sauce pan, wipe with olive oil and paper towel and heat to med-high to high heat.
- Sear and cook meat until brown- about 2 minutes each side--careful not to overcook.
- Remove from heat and sprinkle with seasonings.
- Toss meat and onions together.
- Lay cheese out on rolls and top with meat& onion mixture to melt cheese.
This is a fabulous recipe! Everyone loved it when I made it the first time and when I made it the second time, I fried some green peppers and mushrooms with the onions and then instead of using steak, I just went to the market and had the meat department slice up a nice rump roast for me. That was alot cheaper than purchasing whole steaks since I was serving 7 big guys instead of 4 :) and when I cooked the meat, I just tried frying it all together (vegetables and all) like hamburger in a large skillet (that way all that delicious flavor gets cooked right into everything! It worked out great! After it was all cooked, I stirred 8 oz (remember I doubled the recipe) of cream cheese into the mixture. I then served it on toasted and buttered sourdough buns instead of hoagie buns. The sandwiches were to die for!!!
Tasty one, with some steak seasoning to spice things up with!
This is a tasty roast beef with cheese sandwich. It is not, however, Philly Cheesesteak. For a Philly, Cheez Whiz must be used. Thank goodness she didn't add mushrooms and call it Philly. That's like using barbecue sauce on chicken wings and calling them "Buffalo."