Philly Cheese Steak
Philly cheese steaks are known for making yummy sandwiches piled high with thin slices of rib eye steak, sweet peppers, and onions. A popular party and game day treat, recipe variations offer cheese, vegetable, and condiment options for philly cheese steak.See Popular Philly Cheese Steak Recipes
You don't have to live in Philly to serve up a classic cheese steak sandwich--the prize of the City of Brotherly Love. As well it should be--the combo of thin-sliced steak, sauteed mushrooms, peppers, and onions topped with fabulously gooey melted cheese, tucked into a crusty roll is about as perfect as a sandwich can get. Plus, you're getting all your food groups in one delicious bite.
These favorite pub-style sandwiches featuring steak, peppers, onions and cheese are so simply delicious, you'll want to make them at home. Plus, they go from fridge to table in just 20 minutes.
Tender sliced steak dripping with real cheese sauce served on crusty bread may get your mouth watering but it doesn't exactly bring the word "healthy" to mind. You certainly won't think about health when you bite into this decadent sandwich; all you'll be thinking is how insanely good it tastes. But happily you'll know its good for you too moderate in saturated fat, with the goodness of whole grain and an excellent source of eighteen essential nutrients. The trick is to use lean meat, and serve it open-face to keep the portion smart.
This beef sandwich with cheese and onions on a long roll has been a favorite fast food in the City of Brotherly Love since at least the 1930s.
Most of the good stuff in a Philly cheese steak, from thin-sliced steak to onions, peppers and mushrooms, is still here but we opt for slightly-less-gooey but more flavorful provolone cheese in place of Cheese Whiz. We adore spicy banana peppers as a topping, but omit them if you can do without the heat.
You go to the trouble to grill extra steaks so that everybody has plenty to eat, and then three guests don't show up and two more have just become surprise vegetarians. Well, the meat won't go to waste, that's for sure, because nothing tastes better than leftover steak, even right out of the refrigerator and brought back to flavorful life by a little sprinkling of salt. Any cut will work for this steak and blue cheese wrap recipe, but we have chosen flank, which lends itself easily to a pairing with the other prime ingredients: a tangy blue cheese whose bold flavor is bold enough for the meat itself; roasted red peppers to sweeten the deal; and either baby spinach leaves or romaine lettuce to add crunch and also to absorb the other strong tastes.
This new your strip steak with blue cheese butter is steak heaven. The flavor in the blue cheese butter adds a whole new dimension to your typical steak. If you're not a blue cheese fan you can substitute rosemary, thyme, or any other cheese you desire!
If you're in the mood for a cut of meat that's got character, you'll want to know how to cook a New York strip steak. New York strips are tender and juicy, with just the right amount of toughness. They're choice cuts for grilling and pair well with baked potatoes, iceberg wedge salads and other steakhouse favorites.
The biggest game of the year calls for crowd-friendly food--and if you're hosting a party, you want to give your guests something that will win you more cheers than the players themselves. Submarine sandwiches are a perfect choice. Is there anyone who wouldn't jump at the chance to bite into a hearty roll filled with flavorful beef, Italian sausage, or even Portobello mushrooms? We've got seven recipes guaranteed to be a hit on Super Bowl Sunday, from an over-the-top Alfredo beef sandwich to an Italian-style vegetarian sub.
Isn't there supposed to be a gene that curbs your appetite in hot weather? Because I don't seem to have it. I get just as hungry in the heat as I do in winter.
Early kick-offs create a culinary dilemma for tailgaters: what to eat? You need something much more filling than a breakfast bar or a bowl of cereal to make it through the game, but pancakes, eggs and bacon are simply not feasible parking-lot fare. Breakfast burritos, wraps and subs are the perfect solution to this pre-game conundrum.
This stuffed flank steak with a spinach, red pepper, and manchego filling makes an easy yet impressive meal.
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We've enjoyed many grilled steaks, and we've definitely had our share of tasty tacos. But we've never had anything quite like these spicy, smoky, outrageously delicious grilled steak tacos. For starters, the steak itself is lean, juicy and seasoned just enough to showcase the beef's robust flavor.
Like the best actors, baked potatoes are versatile enough to fill almost any role, at mealtime, that is. They make a great main dish or side, they taste terrific with nothing but butter toppings such as sour cream and chives, and -- last but not least -- they satisfy both vegetarian and meat-lover (although skip the bacon bits in the former case). We like to let baked potatoes star at the centerpiece of a meal.