This Sloppy Joes recipe will take you back to those “melt in your mouth” childhood days when you didn’t stop eating until your stomach hurt. Even my wife mentioned she felt like Igor in the Disney Classic, “Ratatouille”, when his eyes lit up like light bulbs as he proceeded to drop his pen to the floor after he took his first bite. “It’s that good”, she said. So without further ado or more bragging, I give you another I give you Sloppy Joes!
A Philly Cheese Steak ain’t no joke! There are franchise’s back east that have been battling out the sandwich wars for decades. And, if you’re a Steak and Cheese fan, then you know which restaurant you support. I found a link that shows the top ten locations for authentic Philadelphia Cheese Steaks, and it talks a little bit about the history of each one as well. Apparently the original sandwich started at a hot dog stand and Wikipedia talks all about it here, History of the Cheese Steak!
Flat out, I don’t make it exactly the same way. The original recipes use Cheese Wiz and I use Nacho Cheese, instead. So, you’ll either love it or you won’t. Both Cheese’s come from a can so basically, with my recipe, you’re getting the same thing, only with my sandwich, your getting a little kick too. I find this to be much more satisfying because I like my Philly Cheese Steak a little on the spicy side.
Philly Cheese Steak Ingredients:
1 lb Sliced Beef
1 qt Water
1 tsp Baking Soda
1 can Nacho Cheese or Cheese Whiz
Sub Sandwich Rolls
1/2 Sliced onion
1 Chopped Garlic Clove
Salt and Pepper to taste
Olive Oil for cooking
Combine the water and Baking soda and add the Sliced Beef. Marinate for 20 minutes to tenderize. Saute your Onions with olive oil and Garlic. Strain the beef and cook thoroughly on medium high heat. Butter the Sub roll and toast on a flat skillet. Then add the cooked Beef, Onions and Nacho Cheese to your toasted sub roll and enjoy your Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich!