In honor of the Philadelphia Phillies playing in the World Series, serve up a cheesy steak sandwich and a beer for a festive, sporty meal this weekend.
Cheesesteak-Style SandwichesStart with a slow-cooked pot roast, then pile on the good stuff. Sweet onion, red bell pepper, green bell pepper, and a zesty Creole-Worcestershire sauce to liven up the mild meat. Top with provolone and serve on a crusty hoagie roll.
Philly CheesesteakEven vegetarians can get in on this meaty craze. Serve a cheesesteak that features vegetarian "steak" strips, plus a fiery bite from crushed red pepper. Bake for about eight minutes, until toasted, then enjoy.
Open-Faced Saucy Philly Cheesesteak SandwichIf you don't have steak on hand, use a recipe that calls for deli roast beef. Sauté bell peppers and onions in a sweet-tart mixture of vinegar, sugar, oregano, and garlic powder, then assemble the stackers and brown in the broiler.
Broiled Steak Sandwiches with Balsamic VegetablesIf you don't have a made-to-order kitchen, cook the meat and veggies in the oven on a bkaing sheet. The steak cooks quickly, so remove it and let the veggies cook for about a minute longer.
Steak, Pear, and Gorgonzola SandwichesTry an open-faced twist on the classic sandwich by serving trimmed flank steak with the aromatic flavors of smooth Bartlett pears, creamy Gorgonzola cheese, and a tart lemon vinaigrette, to bring out the flavors.
Steak and Cheese SandwichesDig into a stick-to-your-ribs meaty sandwich, loaded with steak, veggies, and a spicy Worcestershire sauce. Pair with chips, coleslaw, and beer for a quick and delicious supper.
Chile Cheese Steak with AvocadoThough not your typical cheesesteak, this bread-free style packs all the flavor of Philadelphia's favorite sandwich into a Tex-Mex inspired spread. Top skirt steak with jack cheese and avocado. The flame-broiled style is sure to get you fired up for this seaons's winners.