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When it comes to the Philly Cheesesteak, the possibilities seem to be endless with some. For me, that’s just not the case. I feel that it needs to be simple and straight to the point. In this post, I’m going to show you how I make my Simple Classic Philly Cheese Steak. Prepare to have a meal that’s ready in minutes, and always hits the spot.
What is on a Philly Cheesesteak?
A classic Philly cheesesteak is pretty simple. Although people love to add on different layers of flavors, a Simple Classic Philly Cheesesteak just has meat, cheese, peppers, onions, and mayo on a hoagie roll. Now there can be a huge debate on what type of cheese should go on it, provolone, cheese whiz, or American. Which ever you prefer, the one thing that we don’t have to debate is what components are needed to make this classic. In the list below are some other toppings that you can add to make yours specific to your liking.
- Sweet Peppers
- Jalapeno Peppers
- Banana Pepper
- Black Olives
1lb Shredded Sirloin Steak
1/2 Green Pepper (Sliced)
1/2 Onions (Sliced)
1tbs Vegetable Oil
6 Slices of Provolone and/or American Cheese
2 6in Hoagie Rolls
Optional – Mushrooms, jalapeño peppers
On a flat top or large pan
Heat vegetable oil over low heat
Start cooking peppers & onions first
Add thinly sliced sirloin
Cook low & slow, then mix
(Cooking slowly ensures that this thin cut of beef does not dry out or burn)
Add salt & pepper once cooking is complete to ensure that moisture stays in the meat