Philly Cheesesteak Sliders

Remember those convenience items I purchased recently? They came in handy for a quick lunch. I made Philly Cheesesteak sliders for two.

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Start with six attached rolls, and cut them open on a baking sheet. Lightly coat the opened bread with cooking spray to help it toast in the oven. Pre-heat the oven to 375 degrees.

Next, cook the onions and peppers in a little olive oil until tender. Season with salt and pepper, then set them aside. This should only take a few minutes.

I’ve never used this steak product before, but I’ve definitely heard of it. It’s so quick and convenient that I think I need to keep a box in the freezer!

Prepare the steak according to the instructions, which takes less than three minutes. (I used three steaks.) After breaking up the steak into pieces, add seasoned salt, pepper, garlic powder, and a little worcestershire sauce before adding the peppers back in.

While all this steak cooking was happening, the oven should have reached the right temperature. Let the bread toast for a few minutes, then take it out to assemble the sliders.

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Layer provolone cheese, or whatever you like, on one side of the bread and spread the meat & peppers mixture on the other. Bake until the cheese is almost melted…remove from the oven…close the two sides to make your sandwiches.

Tear or cut the rolls apart to make cute little sliders! Pair them with some chips and you have a tasty lunch.

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One thought on “Philly Cheesesteak Sliders

  1. Thank you for this! I have steakum in the freezer outside and sauteed peppers & onions in the fridge but I needed something to motivate me to figure out how you cook the steakum and assemble it all together. Now I have a game plan thanks to your post.

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