You may have heard of an American favorite sandwich called Philly cheese steak. A lot of different variations are actually being done when it comes to the preparation of this sandwich. Among the different kinds of versions on how people prepare this sandwich is to add other vegetables aside from green peppers and onions, they put more than one kind of cheese, they use many types of bread, and a few use a griddle to make it.
The ingredients you need to prepare if you are going to make a Philly cheese steak sandwich are a small onion diced, a small green pepper also diced, any kind of cheese but cheddar is suggested and eight slices of them, a pound of roast beef that is sliced thinly, and four rolls of hoagie.
To proceed on how to put them all together, get your griddle and heat it up to a medium, put your roast beef on one side of the griddle, the onions and green peppers on the other side. Take note of keeping the meat and veggies separated as you cook them, and notice the meat falling into smaller pieces as it heats up.
As soon as the onions and green peppers are cooked thoroughly and the meat gets hot, you can now lay the cheese slices on top of the meat. With the hoagie rolls on the side ready, take the veggies from the griddle an put them on the rolls, and seeing that the cheese on the beef has melted, you can scoop them both and put them on top of the onions and peppers.
If you visit Foothills, CA you have to try a Philly cheese steak sandwich in a restaurant before leaving the place.
For those who are planning to prepare this sandwich and get a delicious version of it at home, there are some guidelines that they can follow.
The necessary ingredients to complete your sandwich that you should have ready are fresh Italian sandwich rolls or Kaiser buns, white onion and green peppers that are thinly sliced, minced garlic, salt, black pepper, rib eye steak that are sliced thinly, and for toppings are ketchup and pickled peppers as optional or if you like. With these ingredients, you are now ready to make your delicious Philly cheese steak sandwich.
To start, heat to a medium your griddle, and add the onions, bell peppers and oil until caramelized before putting in the rest of the spices. Setting aside a part of the griddle, add the meat, cook and stir until the pink color is gone, top the meat with cheese slices until melted, and spoon both the melted cheese and meat into the buns, and serve immediately with the rest of the condiments.