Philly Cheesesteak Video Recipe
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Chances are if you are breathing you have either heard of or had a Philly Cheesesteak. Growing up in northeast Pennsylvania pretty much every middle of the road restaurant had a Philly cheesesteak on their menu. I went to college in Philadelphia and there were countless places that obviously had their own version of a Philly Cheesesteak. My mom made them throughout football season growing up as my father and I watched the Sunday games. The most famous places in the world for cheesesteaks are Pats or Gino’s. I will never say one is better than the other as they are both worth a try. A typical Philly Cheesesteak is made with rib-eye sliced very thin, onions and believe it or not, Cheese Wiz and a good steak roll. I like peppers on mine but that is not your “standard” Philly cheesesteak. Want a little variety, add pizza sauce, mushrooms and some shredded mozzarella, put under a broiler for a few minutes and have a Philly Pizza Steak. Make sure to watch my Philly Cheesesteak video recipe and you can see just how simple it really is. Oh, and don’t forget…fresh thin sliced rib-eye is the ticket!!
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- 6 oz thinly sliced rib eye per sandwich seasoned with pinch of salt
- 1 medium onion chopped
- Fresh steak rolls
- 2 tablespoons canola oil for sautéing onions plus 1 tablespoon for sautéing each 6-oz of steak
- Cheese whiz (hard to believe but this is an authentic Philly ingredient)
- Chopped red and green peppers (optional but not the norm on a Philly steak sandwich)
- 1. Watch video above.
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