|Turnips!! No wonder my belly is getting bigger so quickly!|
Now onto the recipe...we ate these as open-faced sandwiches because I didn't leave the buns attached, like a hot dog bun, but cut them totally apart. I actually liked it better this way becuase we could pile more meat and veggies on top and not get a mouth full of bread! I used 2 white hogie rolls (they were out of whole wheat - Sunday night at HEB=bare shelves!) but hot dog buns or hamburger buns or wraps or, or, or whatever would work! I realize that traditionally cheese steak has provolone cheese...but I went with swiss...it's my recipe after all! =)
You will need:
1-2 tbsp olive oil
1/2 large onion, cut into strips
1 medium sized green bell pepper, cut into strips
~1 pound thinly sliced lean steak (I used .84 pounds - because that's how it came - of top round)
2 hogie rolls
4 slices part skim swiss cheese, cut in half
Start by preheating your oven to the Broil setting. Once veggies are cleaned and cut, place in a large skillet with the olive oil and a few dashes of garlic powder.
Saute until tender, about 8 minutes or so. Then add steak and pepper to taste.
Continue stirring frequently until meat is cooked through - only about 2-3 minutes.