UA-59651954-28 Crafty Allie: Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich

I love, love, love Philly Cheese Steak Sandwichs. I unfortunately, don't like too many places that make them. I mean I do live in Texas and not in Philly. Darn it. But that's ok, I love our Texan BBQ.

I can't seem to get my husband to want to eat at the Deli every time I get my cheese steak craving, so I had to come up with my own recipe. I have trialed and error-ed my way through a couple of different ideas. Ya, I could have just Pinterested it, but I had a certain vision of the perfect sandwich, and well Pinterest is cheating, sorta-kinda.

Ok anyway, you wanna know about my recipe or NOT? Ok, then on with the PHILLY!

First things first, you could do prime rib or steak meat like that, but I love roast beef, and the good news is its already cooked and sliced so what could be better or easier?

I sometimes buy mine in the deli at my local grocery store, but when the line is too long, or this kind is on sale, I get the packaged kind instead. I like this kind as it has a great flavor and I don't feel like I need to season it at all during the cooking process.

Next you need a 1-2 Bell Peppers and one onion.

Saute the sliced onions and bell peppers first with some Olive Oil and then add in your roast beef slices.
Add some extra olive oil to keep the meat from drying out, plus it adds a wonderful taste. 

When its browned up nicely, its done!

I love to dip my sandwiches in Au Jus, so I get the Au Jus gravy  mix by McCormick, and cook it per the directions.

Put the beef, onions and bell pepper in a fresh baked hoagie and add mozzarella cheese.

 I've also been told it taste good with Provolone and or Monterrey Jack Cheese. I suppose I'll try it one day.

Now, my husband likes his with Cheddar cheese/Mexican blend cheese. So I added pre-shredded cheese to his hoagie instead. 

As well I did the same for our kids but I take out the veggies as they don't like the onions or bell pepper.

I hope you enjoy, your Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich. Maybe I should call it the Allie Cheese Steak. What do you  think?

Thanks for tuning in! Until Next time...


  1. Hi Allie,

    That sandwich looks nummies! Thanks for the recipe!


  2. This easy sandwich recipe will be perfect for our baseball nights! Thanks so much for sharing!

  3. That looks awesome, my boys are going to go crazy over that!

  4. Thank you for sharing your recipe at Meal Planning Monday Recipe Link-Up. :) Your sandwich looks amazing! I hope you stop by and join us again this week.

  5. Oh that looks so easy! I want to try! Thanks for linking it up to Snickerdoodle Sunday.

  6. Thanks for showing how. Thanks, Linda

  7. Oh, yum!

    So wonderful to have you at Seasonal Sundays. Looking forward to having you join this weekend as well!

    - Alma, The Tablescaper

  8. I'll be featuring your recipe on this week's What We Eat Wednesday! Please come by and see! :)

    Alexis ♥ Laugh. Eat. Learn.

  9. Yummo! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us at Show-Licious Craft & Recipe Party! I hope you will join us again this Saturday at 8:00 am EST!

    ~ Ashley

  10. My all time favorite sandwich! Pinned. Hugs! Lou Lou Girls

  11. Yummy!! and really quite simple!! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday!! Hope to see you again tomorrow!! Pinned!

  12. These are the best Philly Cheesesteak looks really wonderful. I like cheese steak sandwiches and like the sound of that cheese sauce. slip and fall in restaurant

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  14. Steak sandwich is among my favorite dishes. But can I use Sunflower Oil from Sunflower Oil Suppliers while preparing it.


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