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. The versions of some people would be to add vegetables in the sandwich aside from the onions and green peppers, some would use more than one type of cheese, some would use various kinds of bread, and some would prepare it on a griddle.
Briefly, the ingredients you need in preparing for a Philly cheese steak sandwich are a small onion being diced, small green pepper also diced, at least eight slices of cheese of any kind but the preferred is cheddar, thinly sliced of a pound of roast beef, and four pieces of hoagie rolls.
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. While the veggies and meat are being cooked, keep them separated, and soon as the meat heat up, you will see it fall into smaller bits.
When you feel the beef to be hot already and with onions and green peppers cooked thoroughly, lay the slices of cheese on top of the beef. 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.
People visiting Foothills, CA, would not leave the place without having tasted a Philly cheese steak sandwich in a restaurant.
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.
First of all, make sure that the ingredients, such as fresh Italian sandwich rolls or Kaiser buns, thinly sliced white onion, thinly sliced green pepper, minced garlic, salt, black pepper, thinly sliced rib eye steak, thinly sliced American cheese, and optional for topping are ketchup, and pickled peppers. A delicious sandwich of Philly cheese steak is now ready for you to create with the ingredients ready at hand.
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.