Chicken Phillies Cheesesteak

"A great cheesesteak sandwich!"
photo by ElizabethKnicely photo by ElizabethKnicely
photo by ElizabethKnicely
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5 sandwiches




  • Heat oil med/high in skillet.
  • Tri fat from chicken and cut into strips.
  • Slice onions and pepper into small pieces.
  • Add chicken, onion, and pepper.
  • Season with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
  • Cook until browned and 165 degrees, 10-12 minutes.
  • Fill rolls with cheese and then the chicken mixture.
  • Bake 3-6 minutes at 475 degrees until crus is desired texture and cheese is melted!

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  1. DailyInspiration
    These sandwiches are easy to cook and put together. The only change I made was to use chicken breasts vs. thighs (only because that is what I had on hand). I also added a little spicy seasoning to give the sandwich a little "kick". These sandwiches make a great lunch or football/party sandwich. Made for PRMR, September, 2013.
  2. weekend cooker
    Seeing that my daughter had soccer practice tonight, and other parents have bought their small bbq grills to the parking lot to avoid late dinners, I bought mine and this was our dinner outside the school. The adjustments I made was before school let out, I brushed the olive oil onto the chicken thighs before cooking letting them marinade for about 45 minutes to an hour,,left out the salt, used only a half green pepper, and used some foil on the grill. Needless to say these turned out nicely, we all enjoyed these, as they were definately flavorful. There were 4 of us, and they made some big sandwiches, as there was alot of action on my grill seeing that my portable grill is a bit smaller, but it worked out well. My daughter gets a 15 minute break during practice, as she enjoyed hers too.
  3. Noo8820
    YES...this was a great chicken cheese steak....<br/>Had to use breast instead of thigh to keep DH happy...but happy he certainly was, after wolfing down one of these!!<br/>Made for PRMR.
  4. rosie316
    Okay... this was great! We normally buy the frozen "Chicken Teriyaki Cheesesteak" sandwiches from Wal-mart, but I decided to try these tonight... and I'm so glad I did. It was very easy (and cheap) to make, and so yummy. However, I did use bone-less skin-less breasts instead (since hubby came home with 15 lbs of it, because it was on sale for $0.99/lb). The only comment of disappointment from hubby was that it was lacking the "teriyaki sauce" (that's how Wal-mart sells theirs), otherwise, he enjoyed them as much as I did. I promised him that next time I make these, I will add in some teriyaki sauce just before the meat and veg are done. LOL. Thanks for posting. (Made for PRMR) P.S. I forgot to mention... if you 'partially' freeze the chicken, just prior to making these, you can slice the meat very easily and thinly.
  5. ElizabethKnicely
    I followed this recipe exactly as directed and these sandwiches came together very quickly. I think my onion was a little large because there were a lot more onion than peppers and chicken, but that's ok because my family loves our onions. The only thing I might do differently is to add some crushed red pepper flakes so that there's a little spice. Thanks for another great recipe nochlo. Made for PRMR.



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