Sunday, March 6, 2011

Cheese Steak Subs

Don't these look good?
I prepared the ingredients early Saturday morning and then let them marinade in the fridge all day while I got busy on some more applique blocks.
About an hour before dinner I pulled the meat and veggies out to begin cooking,
toasted the buns and wahlah...a quick and tasty meal.

Cheese Steak Subs

2 and 1/2 lbs. round steak

1 bell pepper

1 large onion

1/4 cup olive oil

2 tsp. garlic powder

2 tbsp. dry onion soup mix

2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce


6 slices Provolone cheese

6 sub or hoagie buns

First you will need to slice the steaks into thin strips and place them into a large Ziploc bag.

Next, slice onion and pepper into thin slices and place those together into another Ziploc bag.

In a small bowl, whisk together oil, garlic powder, onion soup mix and Worcestershire sauce and then pour half of mixture into each Ziploc bag. Seal bags and place in fridge to marinade.

About and hour before dinner time, remove marinade bags from fridge.

Heat skillet and saute the onion and peppers for about 10 minutes.

Add the beef strips and let cook until meat is fully cooked.

While the meat is cooking, slice hoagie buns open and butter the insides. Place on a griddle to toast and then remove them to a baking sheet.

Spread mayonnaise inside buns.

Once the meat is cooked, place a decent amount of meat, peppers and onions on each bun.

Top with a slice of Provolone and then place baking sheet in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes or until cheese begins to brown.


Oh, and get this!

You know the new stove that I bought back in November because my old one was overheating? Well, now it's not heating right. The temperature fluctuates big time. I'll set it to 350 and it only heats to 250. The next time I look at it the temp. will read 550. It's a little hard to bake things the right way when this is happening. I called Sears about it yesterday and they are sending someone on Wednesday to look at it. I'm sure they will fix it since it's obviously still under warranty but that warranty is only good for one year. Yes, I could extend that warranty but I shouldn't have to. When a product like that is made it should be good for longer than a year. Now a days pretty much everything is made cheap and nothing stands the test of time.


Carmen C. said...

Those do look good! I hope they fix your stove, that's just crazy! I hate my GE stove I got about 5 yrs. ago, the burners (electric) are uneven and on the front one pans try to slide off! It's true, nothing is made from quality parts anymore no matter what it is:(

Brenda said...

Now that looks super yummy!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!


Cheryl said...

Oh my gosh, this looks mouth watering!

Tammi said...

I will have to give these a try! They look so good. Thanks for sharing.

Sandra said...

I'm going to try those. I am always looking for something to do with round steak.
Sorry your stove isn't working right! What a bummer.

Buttons In The Attic said...

OH YUM! I am going to have to make these and your Pepperoni n Cheese roll ups!