11 Reviews

We made these last night and we enjoyed them. I didnt have provolone so I used swiss cheese but they were still good. Thank you for sharing, I will make these again as they are DH's favorite sandwich.

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mommyoffour January 27, 2010

Super! We actually used top sirloin and had the butcher slice it very thin. Turned out great!

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Jill4man June 10, 2008

So good! I had my butcher "sliver" up a nice whole sirloin for this. I made the recipe exactly as written, except that I did season the meat with a bit of Cajun Seasoning.(Just personal tastes.) Used hoagie rolls, and smoked provolone from the deli. My boys LOVED these!! We had no leftovers! This made a perfect quick and delicious Friday night dinner with some home-made cole slaw, and chips!Thanks bmxmama, we'll add this to our regular list of week end favorites!!

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Bert's Kitchen Witch August 21, 2007

So easy and so good! A perfect sandwich supper for middle of the week. These are very filling and are a meal-in-one sandwiches which we enjoyed. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ September 01, 2005

Delicious and filling enough to make a meal -- no sides needed. I love the addition of the red peppers as I prefer them to green ones. I think the bread you choose is important too -- we get special ones at a local market that are especially light. Thinly sliced meat, oodles of melted cheese and tasty veggies tucked between some warm bread -- what else could you possibly want? :)

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*Shelly* December 29, 2004

This was yummy and so easy to prepare. The only change I made was I used gouda cheese instead of provolone. DH just loved it. I will certainly be making this one again. Thanks for posting Mean.

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Fluffy November 14, 2003

Wonderful! I made these changes: prepared the onion and peppers in half-rings and sprinkled with a garlic and oregano oil and vinegar on their half of the sandwich before the baking. Next time, to help keep the textures separate, I will brush the bread with this first, toast a bit, and then proceed. At serving time, I added shredded lettuce for some cold crunch. This will be great to serve at a casual gathering--so easy!

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Kath in CA October 14, 2003

Wonderful! I halved this recipe for just the two of us. I made this with ribeye steak, put it on 2 seeded french baguettes, and to save time, microwaved the sandwiches (wrapped in paper towel) for 45 seconds at high to melt the cheese, instead of doing the oven step. (I promise to pop them in the oven next time, Meanie!) I did use the smoked provolone, which added tremendous flavor to the sandwich. These will be made a lot at my house! Thanks, MC!

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Terri F. October 08, 2003

My whole family enjoyed these. I used sirloin steak on whole wheat rolls. We also tried it on flour tortilla which was also good. I will be making this again.

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Tami_64b October 07, 2003

loved this sandwich, we make a more frugal version with sirloin tip steak, sliced mushrooms the peppers, onions and mozzarella

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Lulu B September 21, 2003
Philly Steak Sandwiches