Spare the road trip: Cafeteria cheesesteaks Philly style
Wondering what to eat for lunch or dinner?
Tired of grabbing a hamburger or hot dog because it is easy and does not require a lot of time?
Why not try the Seton Hall version of the well-known Philly Cheese Steak? It is very simple to make and in the end you will have a wonderful meal.
– One hoagie roll (found in the deli section)
– Steak, if available. In this case, use enough chopped up steak to cover the bun. If steak is not available, use roast beef from the deli section.
– About 3 slices of cheese (found in the deli section)
– A dash of salt
– A handful of onions
– A handful of red or green peppers
Place all ingredients on a plate, then use a cast-iron skillet or pan over medium-high heat.
When hot, put oil on the pan and then put in the meat, salt, onions, peppers, and garlic. Stir all ingredients together until they are all heated and the meat looks entirely cooked.
Then place the ingredients from the pan in the opened hoagie roll.
Once everything is on the roll, place slices of cheese on top of the ingredients and go over to the oven in the Create a Pizza Section and place the sandwich inside.
The sandwich will slide through, the cheese will melt and it will toast the roll.
Place the sandwich on a plate, grab some fries, a drink and enjoy!
Catherine Chidiac can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.