Time: 25 mins
Prep: 15 mins, Cook: 10 mins
Yield: 4 sandwiches (4 servings)
The genuine mystery to the ideal cheese steak is a substantial cooking space. There isn’t sufficient room in a container, so have a go at warming up a huge frying pan on your flame broil. By putting ringer peppers and onions straightforwardly finished the fire for a moment or two you can add an incredible flame broiled flavor to your cheese steak sandwich.
What You’ll Need
2 container steak (thin cut and crude)
1 medium onion (cut thin)
Discretionary: 2 chime peppers (stem and seeds evacuated, cut into thin strips)
1 pound white American cheese (cut)
1/2 container sweet peppers
4 Italian moves (split)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon dark pepper
How to Make It
- Preheat your flame broil and place your iron on the cooking grate.
- On the off chance that regardless you have some space for coordinate barbecuing, softly brush onions and peppers and place over direct warmth for around one moment before moving to the iron. Something else, pour 1 tablespoon/15 mL of the oil on the frying pan.
- Include onions and peppers. Cook until carmelized and delicate.
- Clear out and pour on another tablespoon of oil.
- Include hamburger. Hurl destroyed hamburger on the hot iron until the point when it is cooked through and totally seared.
- Heap into four hills. Top with onions and peppers.
- Season with salt and pepper and best with cheese cuts.
- At the point when the cheese begins to liquefy gather up the hill with a substantial spatula and slide it into a roll.
- Present with sweet peppers and heaps of napkins.
- Note: Peppers are constantly discretionary with this sandwich. You can include them on the off chance that you need.