Cheese Steak Sandwich

  
By:  DRHunk  •  3 years ago  •  29 comments


Cheese Steak Sandwich
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DRHunk
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1  author  DRHunk    3 years ago

I was inspired by the Group Avatar and was going to create the stuffed pepper dish but my wife refused to eat it in that fashion so I switched it up a bit and made Cheese Steak Sandwiches instead.  Below is the recipe and a quick cost analysis.

2 lbs. of thin sirloin Steak $8.46 ($.26 per oz, 4oz per sandwich $1.05)

2 tbsp. Virgin Olive Oil

Salt

Pepper

1 tsp. Italian Seasoning

Worcestershire Sauce

Provolone Cheese $4.18 ($.21 per slice, 2 slice per sandwich $.42)

1 Red Bell Pepper $.88 ($.66 used, .08 per sandwich)

1 Orange Bell Pepper $.88 ($.66 used, .08 per sandwich)

1 Yellow Bell Pepper $.88 ($.66 used, .08 per sandwich)

1 Red Onion $.98 ($.75 used, .09 per sandwich)

1 Portobello mushroom top $1.14 ($.14 per sandwich)

Bag of Hoagie Rolls $1.48 (12 Rolls $.12 ea)

Italian Parsley $.46 ($.08 worth used, .01 per sandwich) (optional)

 

$19.64 for all main ingredients, Makes approximately 8 sandwiches.

Prep: 20min

  1. Cut Steak into ¼ inch strips against grain, then cut again into 2 inch bite size chunks with grain.
  2. Use ¾ of each pepper, Dice peppers.
  3. Use ¾ of Onion, Cut into thin strips
  4. Dice Mushroom
  5. Fold 2 pieces of provolone cheese in half, long ways for each sandwich, place 2 halves in bottom of Hoagie Roll
  6. Chop 1-2tbsp of Italian Parsley (optional)
  7. Pre-Heat oven to 450

Cook: 15min

  1. Place skillet over med high heat
  2. Once heated add olive oil, swirl around pan and wait a minute for oil to heat up
  3. Add Onion and peppers, season with salt and pepper, Sauté for 6min or until soft
  4. Place steak in large bowl, Salt and pepper steak to taste
  5. Add enough Worchester sauce to light coat steak, mix well (let sit 5min)
  6. Add Mushrooms to veggies after 3min
  7. Once vegetables are soft add Italian seasoning to pan, mix well
  8. Add steak to pan, continue stirring/flipping contents until steak is med well
  9. Remove from heat and place mixture into hoagies
  10. Top with two more halves of Provolone
  11. Place in oven until cheese is melted
  12. Garnish with parsley for color
  13. Enjoy

 

 

 
 
 
Vic Eldred
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1.1  Vic Eldred  replied to  DRHunk @1    3 years ago

One of my weakness's!  I use an entire French loaf, the recipe above shall be used with it!

 
 
 
Trout Giggles
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2  Trout Giggles    3 years ago

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charger 383
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3  charger 383    3 years ago

Looks good

 
 
 
DRHunk
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4  author  DRHunk    3 years ago

i must say it was tasty.  I never made anything like it before but those peppers looked so good i couldn't resist trying. The Wife and kids enjoyed the sandwich, first time they ever had a steak sandwich, So i guess i did something right.  They are pretty picky eaters.

 
 
 
Trout Giggles
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4.1  Trout Giggles  replied to  DRHunk @4    3 years ago

They never had one before last night???

They were missing an essential food group from their diet. :)

 
 
 
Split Personality
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5  Split Personality    3 years ago

 
 
 
Trout Giggles
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5.1  Trout Giggles  replied to  Split Personality @5    3 years ago

I don't think I appreciate Philly Cheese steaks from Philly like I'm supposed to. For one thing...Cheez Whiz?? Is that really cheese? And ketchup?? What kind of philistine puts ketchup on a Philly cheese steak?

But I'm from the other side of the state.

 
 
 
katrix
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5.1.1  katrix  replied to  Trout Giggles @5.1    3 years ago

Same here. Cheez Whiz is disgusting. I am a cheeseholic and I won't eat that crap, tradition or not. I was so disappointed when I finally tried one.

And mustard, yes - ketchup, no. Not on a cheese steak.

 
 
 
Raven Wing
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5.1.2  Raven Wing  replied to  katrix @5.1.1    3 years ago
Cheez Whiz is disgusting.

Not my cup of tea either. Especially, not for cooking. My Granddaughter tried it once to make cheese sandwiches with and could not get past the first two bites.

 
 
 
DRHunk
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5.1.3  author  DRHunk  replied to  Trout Giggles @5.1    3 years ago

Yea, i saw that show on the Food network where they compared the two types of Cheese Steak sandwiches, i would have to pass on the Cheez wiz.  I like the one from Jersey Mikes with the Chipotle Sauce on it though..yumm. This one almost tastes like that.  Couldn't think of a good name for it since it is not a traditional Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, so just regular cheese steak will have to do.

 
 
 
Dismayed Patriot
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5.1.4  Dismayed Patriot  replied to  katrix @5.1.1    3 years ago
Cheez Whiz is disgusting

It should be limited to one use, embalming corpses... Just pump that stuff into the veins and you'll still have the same plastic expression on your face when archeologists 10,000 years from now dig up our corpses to study our ancient culture.

 
 
 
Split Personality
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5.1.5  Split Personality  replied to  Trout Giggles @5.1    3 years ago

I'm a bit snobbish about my cheese steaks. 

Most pizza places in Philly melt whatever kind of cheese you want, on the meat while it's on the griddle,

or they line the roll with your cheese to help make the roll last a bit longer especially when they add fried onions and tomato sauce.

For me, Amorosa rolls only, grilled onions and mushrooms, sometimes with the "house" pizza sauce, sometimes not.

Ketchup, mustard or mayo? ...never.

 
 
 
Trout Giggles
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5.1.6  Trout Giggles  replied to  Split Personality @5.1.5    3 years ago

Mustard...spicy brown.

Mayonnaise is verboten

 
 
 
Raven Wing
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5.1.7  Raven Wing  replied to  Trout Giggles @5.1.6    3 years ago
Mustard...spicy brown.

Is there any other kind?  ??  jrSmiley_18_smiley_image.gif

 
 
 
TTGA
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5.1.8  TTGA  replied to  DRHunk @5.1.3    3 years ago
Couldn't think of a good name for it

You're the one who altered it to make it better, call it a Hunkburger.

 
 
 
Raven Wing
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5.1.9  Raven Wing  replied to  TTGA @5.1.8    3 years ago
call it a Hunkburger.

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Split Personality
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5.1.10  Split Personality  replied to  Raven Wing @5.1.7    3 years ago

Simple Yellow mustard.

Primary purpose?

384

Although one can experiment in private with spicy brown, lol

 
 
 
Raven Wing
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5.1.11  Raven Wing  replied to  Split Personality @5.1.10    3 years ago

There are some things where using regular mustard is good, but, for me there aren't very many. Regular mustard tends to be a bit too bitter tasting for me, so spicy brown mustard is a little tamer. 

I first tasted spicy brown mustard at a BBQ with Friends when all the regular mustard was gone by the time I got there, and all that was left was the spicy brown mustard. For me, Hot Dogs just ain't right without mustard, as mayo just don't cut it. So I tried the spicy mustard and liked it so well that I have never gone back to regular mustard. 

I also use it in my Deviled Eggs and potato salad and gotten mostly compliments. Those who did so just didn't like mustard in their potato salad or Deviled Eggs, do it didn't matter what kind of mustard I used.

 
 
 
sandy-2021492
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5.1.12  sandy-2021492  replied to  Trout Giggles @5.1    3 years ago

I never knew that Philly cheese steaks came with ketchup.  That sounds disgusting.

There's a local pizzaria in West Virginia that is still the best Philly cheese steak I've ever had, assuming they're still on the menu.  I'm not sure what the difference was, but yum.

 
 
 
Trout Giggles
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5.1.13  Trout Giggles  replied to  sandy-2021492 @5.1.12    3 years ago

I think it might be a sacrilege to put ketchup on anything but french fries and fried potatoes. Occasionally scrambled eggs

 
 
 
Trout Giggles
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5.1.14  Trout Giggles  replied to  Raven Wing @5.1.11    3 years ago

I use yellow mustard for my potato salad, but I might use spicy brown the next time I make it. But not tell Mr Giggles

 
 
 
sandy-2021492
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5.1.15  sandy-2021492  replied to  Trout Giggles @5.1.13    3 years ago

I use ketchup of fries and hamburgers.  And that's it.  It's sacrilege to put it on eggs jrSmiley_7_smiley_image.png

 
 
 
Trout Giggles
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5.1.16  Trout Giggles  replied to  sandy-2021492 @5.1.15    3 years ago
It's sacrilege to put it on eggs

It's only an occasional sin and sometimes it's an accident

 
 
 
Raven Wing
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6  Raven Wing    3 years ago

The recipe and the cost to make it are both great! Gotta make me some 'ah dem. (grin)

 
 
 
Release The Kraken
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7  Release The Kraken    3 years ago

I go to the giant japanese grocery store and pick up the paper thin rib eye used for shabu shabu for cheese steaks.

The gringo cheat to the perfect cheese steak meat.

 
 
 
Kathleen
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8  Kathleen    3 years ago

I want one.

 
 
 
DRHunk
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9  author  DRHunk    2 years ago

anyone make this yet, curious for some feedback

 
 

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