5 Reviews

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!!!

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bug.christina March 09, 2010

Tasty one, with some steak seasoning to spice things up with!

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rosslare July 04, 2016

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."

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Dad's Cooking August 23, 2014

Made today...wish me lunch!

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gailanng October 09, 2012

This was wonderful. I used a rump roast, as suggested by the first reviewer. Also the addition of the cream cheese is brilliant! Good food!

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Schmuddle December 30, 2010
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