Philly Cheese Steak Sammies
This is a go-to meal for me & my family! It is very simple and soooo delicious! I've made them for parties, get togethers, ect... and they are always a crowd pleaser! It cooks up quick for busy week night meals with next to no clean up! I like to serve the meat with hoggie rolls and soft flour tortilla shells so you have the option of a sandwich or a wrap. Piled high and topped with cheese; you seriously can't go wrong with this meal!!"This is an excellent and easy meal that I make very often. My husband and I work opposite shifts to be able to take care of our 1 1/2 year old Trio; so I can throw this all together in a crock pot once my kids go down for nap time! Then I still have time to get ready for work, & grab a sammie to go!! The kids and my husband can eat whenever they are ready later on and everyones happy! " - tripletmama
Yield: 8 Servings Ready in 45 minutes
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|1 largeonion; sliced thin|
|1 each green & redbell peppers; sliced thin|
|1 large containermushrooms; sliced|
|2 or 3 clovesgarlic; minced|
|1/2 tsp.seasoned salt|
|A few dasheshot sauce; **if you like spicy!|
|1 envelopeLipton onion mushroom soup mix|
|1 Tbsp.worcestershire sauce|
|2 poundsdeli roast beef; shaved or sliced|
|8 slicescheese; (pepper jack, mozz, provolone)|
|1 8 packhoagie buns; or soft flour tortilla shells|
Philly Cheese Steak Sammies Preparation
1) In a large skillet, saute the onions, peppers, and mushrooms in the oil. Season with the garlic, pepper, seasoned salt, and pepper flakes.
2) After about 3 min. add the soup mix, water, worcestershire sauce, and beef; mix well. Simmer about 5 to 8 min. or till heated through and slightly thickened.
Serve on buns with a slice of cheese.
**OPTIONAL: You can pour everything in a large crock pot; after the last addition of ingredients in step 2 and simmer on low. Guests help themselves and just keep coming back for more!!
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