This easy Philly Cheesesteak recipe features steak seasoned in our smoky and savory Steak Rub, sliced bell peppers, onion slices, and cheese to create a delicious and easy meal. It takes less than an hour to cook and is perfect for the whole family.
Our Chugwater Chili Steak Rub features a smoky, spicy flavor that is perfect for creating a mouthwateringly delicious Philly Cheesesteak. Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches are a fun and delicious treat that you do not have to travel to Philadelphia to enjoy. They have become popular since they were invented in the 1930s. Many restaurants around the country feature their own versions on their menus.
Our version of a Philly Cheesesteak is simple and customizable for whoever you are serving it to. Plus, you do not have to go to a restaurant to have one. You can even create a “Philly bar” for your family or guests to choose their cheese, bun, and side dishes.
Seasoning Philly Cheesesteak Meat
There are a few options of steaks that you can use when making a Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich. The most popular steak cut to use in a Philly sandwich is a ribeye, but some like to use sirloin also. The ribeye steak cut is tender and has good flavor for making a Philly. If you wish to use a different cut, you can but make sure the steak is tender.
You will want to thinly slice about 1 lb. of steak. Place the steak in a bowl and toss with 1 1/2 Tbs of Chugwater Chili Steak Rub. Make sure that all pieces are coated in the steak rub seasoning. Let it sit in the refrigerator for around 15 minutes to let the seasoning marinate into the steak pieces. This will add flavor to your sandwich.
While the steak is marinating you can cut up your vegetables. Take 1 green bell pepper (if you want to use a different pepper color you can), ½ large onion, and 2 cups of mushrooms. The mushrooms can be optional* Thinly slice the bell pepper and onion into strips. If you prefer diced onions or bell peppers in your Philly, then feel free to dice them.
Cooking a Philly Cheesesteak
Once you have seasoned your steak meat you can now start cooking it. You will want to heat 3 Tbs of olive oil, or an oil of your preference, in a medium skillet. Cook the meat until it is browned.
Once the meat has browned you can add in the peppers, onion, and into the skillet. Sprinkle with about 1/2 Tbs of Chugwater Chili Steak Rub. Cook until the onion starts to become translucent and peppers start to tenderize. You want the peppers to be tender but not mushy.
Serving a Philly Cheesesteak
Once all your Philly Cheesesteak filling has cooked you can move onto making your sandwich. When making a Philly sandwich you can use a variety of cheeses including Swiss, Provolone, American, and more. The more common cheeses are Swiss or Provolone. Melted queso is also an option. Use your imagination to customize the ultimate Philly sandwich for you.
Start your sandwich by placing a hoagie bun on your plate. Then add cheese and put the steak filling on top. Bravo you now have a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich! Some like to add other condiments such as a seasoned mayo but that is entirely up to you and how you like to customize your sandwich.
You can serve the sandwich with:
- Side salad
- Seasoned Oven Fries
- Fresh fruit
- And much more
Now that you have learned a fun new Chugwater Chili recipe, here are a few other easy and delicious steak recipes that you might try.
- Flank Steak Sandwich
- Sean Mulligan's Round Steak with Chili Gravy
- Chugwater Chili Steak Meal for Two