How do you make a philly cheeses steak sandwich!!!?

How do you make a philly cheeses steak sandwich!!!?

How do you make a philly cheeses steak sandwich!!!?
I'm hungry dammit, help me! ><
 

SuggestiveName

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If it were me I would do this:

Cook steak to medium rare in a pan (cast iron would be best.)
Saute some thinly sliced onion and green pepper while resting the steak.
Slice steak very thin after it rests 5-10 mins.
Put steak, onion and pepper in hogie roll sliced down the top.
Put grated cheese on top of that (I like VT cheddar.)
Throw under the broiler until the cheese melts.
Eat.
 
SuggestiveName said:
If it were me I would do this:

Cook steak to medium rare in a pan (cast iron would be best.)
Saute some thinly sliced onion and green pepper while resting the steak.
Slice steak very thin after it rests 5-10 mins.
Put steak, onion and pepper in hogie roll sliced down the top.
Put grated cheese on top of that (I like VT cheddar.)
Throw under the broiler until the cheese melts.
Eat.
I thought Philly Cheese Steak was specifically swiss cheese and or mozzarella.

Otherwise that sounds pretty much right.
 
K. Well, I saw on tv the cook dump the bottom of the bread into this bucket of dark liquid, like soy sauce coloured.... and I wasn't sure what that was.
 

SuggestiveName

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{KOW}Spazed said:
I thought Philly Cheese Steak was specifically swiss cheese and or mozzarella.
I think it is traditionally swiss or provolone, but that's why I said I like cheddar. Chef's prerogative.

MONKEY said:
K. Well, I saw on tv the cook dump the bottom of the bread into this bucket of dark liquid, like soy sauce coloured.... and I wasn't sure what that was.
That would be jus, the cooking liquid from the meat. You probably won't have any jus around, so don't worry about it. You could substitute beef broth if you really wanted to.
 

PlagueBearer

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Its American Cheese. American cheese is white, contrary to popular opinion. There's actually a rather repulsive story as to how "American Cheese" came to be yellow.

And a few points: it's called a cheesesteak. Calling it a "Philly Cheese Steak" is saying "no, this isnt a real cheesesteak."

As for how to get one:

1. Go to Philadelphia
2. Find a sign that says "cheesesteaks"
3. Give the man behind this sign some money.
(wait 2-4 minutes)
4. Eat Cheasesteak.

Cheesesteaks use their own type of bread, and a device to slice the meat unique to the sandwich. I am unaware of both these necessary cheesesteak elements existing together outside Philadelphia.
 
PlagueBearer said:
Its American Cheese. American cheese is white, contrary to popular opinion. There's actually a rather repulsive story as to how "American Cheese" came to be yellow.

And a few points: it's called a cheesesteak. Calling it a "Philly Cheese Steak" is saying "no, this isnt a real cheesesteak."

As for how to get one:

1. Go to Philadelphia
2. Find a sign that says "cheesesteaks"
3. Give the man behind this sign some money.
(wait 2-4 minutes)
4. Eat Cheasesteak.

Cheesesteaks use their own type of bread, and a device to slice the meat unique to the sandwich. I am unaware of both these necessary cheesesteak elements existing together outside Philadelphia.
I asked how to make one, not how to get one...


Jus? So it really isn't all too important to the flavour?
 

Stompwampa

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SuggestiveName said:
That would be jus, the cooking liquid from the meat. You probably won't have any jus around, so don't worry about it. You could substitute beef broth if you really wanted to.

It's actually called "Au Jus" sauce. . . at least that's what we call it here.


When I make a philly, I use roast beef, unless I can find a very tender cut of steak to use. I sautee mine with onions, green pepper and mushrooms, and then smother it all with swiss and mozzerella cheeses on a buttered and grilled hoagie roll. Delicious.
 

nickedoff

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It's actually called "Au Jus" sauce. . . at least that's what we call it here.
I think 'au jus' is how you eat it, and jus is what the meaty liquid is called.
It's french, of course x_x

Edit -
My suppositions (that's not a word, huh.) are correct; Clix
 

SuggestiveName

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Jigga-Scrooge said:
you can buy already sliced up little frozen patties of meat.
Those are all sorts of gross. Might as well nuke a freaking hot pocket if you are gonna use frozen steak patties. *shudder*
 

Stompwampa

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nickedoff said:
I think 'au jus' is how you eat it, and jus is what the meaty liquid is called.
It's french, of course x_x

Edit -
My suppositions (that's not a word, huh.) are correct; Clix

Thanks makes sense. I'm going to tell every waitron from now on that thier menu is wrong.
 

DurfBarian

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1. Put one slice bread on plate
2. Put cheese on bread
3. Put steak on cheese
4. Put the city of Philadelphia on steak
5. Put second slice bread on Philadelphia
6. Enjoy!
 

Dondrei

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What's a cheesesteak? I don't think we have an equivalent here.

By philly cheese, do you mean Philadelphia (brand name) cream cheese?
 
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