|Garlic||8 ounces, diced|
|Olive oil||1 tablespoon|
|Beef round steak||1 pound, cut into thin strips|
|Green bell peppers||2, cut in 1/4 inch strips|
|Onions||2, sliced into rings|
|Salt and pepper||To taste|
|Hoagie rolls||4, cut lengthwise and toasted|
|Mozzarella cheese||1 packet (8 ounces), shredded|
|Dried oregano||1 teaspoon|
10 minutes to prepare, 20 minutes to cook, ready in 30 minutes
The Philly cheesesteak is an iconic American sandwich, and not just in Philly. Here’s a take on it that includes garlic mayo, perfect for the afternoon lunchtime slump.
Step 1: Mix up the mayonnaise and the garlic. A small bowl will be fine for doing this.
Step 2: Cover your mayo mixture, and put it in the refrigerator for the time being.
Step 3: Get your oven on, preheating to 500 degrees.
Step 4: Spark up a ring on your stove to a medium heat. Place a skillet on said ring with the oil in it.
Step 5: Add the beef to the skillet, and saute it until it’s lightly browned.
Step 6: Add the green pepper, onion, and as much or as little salt and pepper as you like
Step 7: Get your garlic mayo out of refrigerator, and spread it thickly on your sliced hoagie buns.
Step 8: Fill the buns with equal amounts of the beef mixture you’ve been sauteing.
Step 9: Take the mozzarella, and spread it equally amongst the tops of the beef, and top that again with the oregano.
Step 10: Put the sandwiches on a baking tray, and get them into that oven you’ve been preheating. They won’t need long, just until the cheese is nice and melty.
The chances of you being hungry after one of these is pretty slim, and the garlic mayo is a nice addition to what’s already a great sandwich.
As a point of interest: no, this is really not a healthy meal, in any way, shape or form.