Cooking good meals for my family is important to me. One of the go to meals that I like to make at home is the Philly steak sandwich.
It is a fairly simple sandwich. Finely chopped beef (Kroger produces an already chopped product that I love), onions, peppers, provolone cheese, and a good hoagie style bread. I like to add some seasoning to my meat. If you have it available, a jalapeño salt is a good seasoning. If not, mix salt, black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, chili powder, and chili pepper flakes to your meat to enhance the flavors.
I like to begin with a hot griddle. I cook the peppers and onions in some olive oil. When they have begun to soften, I add the meat to my hot griddle where it can begin to take on some of the flavoring of the onions and peppers.
When the meat is cooked to my liking, I begin to warm the bread on the same griddle. Then, I add a few slices of provolone on top of the meat. This helps the provolone melt nicely. Finally, I lay the bread open on top of the provolone and use a large spatula in one hand and my hand to turn the sandwich right side up.
Did you try to make my Philly sandwich? How did you change the recipe to make it your own?