Hi friends! I hope you all got to sleep in and have a lazy morning like I did. I love weekends when I really have no plans to speak of and just get to hang out with my family. I just got back from a yoga class, so I am feeling quite refreshed and centered.
Usually when I make a meal plan, I will try to get some suggestions from the family. Sometimes they come up some good ideas, and some not so practical ones. My husband actually suggested these sandwiches. He told me to get something called “Steak-uums.” I have never heard of that so I was curious. Frozen meat slices? That can’t be good, right? Well, I looked at the ingredients list… just beef.
So I gave it a try! These sandwiches were delicious! They were super easy to make and perfect for a busy night!
Philly Cheese Steak
1 container of Steak- umms (6 slices)
1 onion thinly chopped
1 large container of slices mushrooms
2 sweet peppers- I used red
4 hoagie rolls
6 slices provolone cheese
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
Cook your veggies down, at least 15 minutes.
Add in your Worcestershire sauce. Then add your beef. Mix well.
Slice open your rolls and add in the mixture to each one. Top with cheese. You could either broil or bake at 350 for about 10-15 minutes until the cheese is melted and the bread is toasted. We served with a side of curly fries and some corn. DELICIOUS!