Philly Steak Sliders
Got another slider for ya here. I love philly steak and I love sliders, hence, the Philly Steak Slider ! Very simple and quick meal to make. Or you can use as an appetizer. Plus, sliders are the perfect size for the kiddos.
For these, I used the Great Value Philly Steak meat found in the frozen section at Walmart and King’s Hawaiian Rolls (my fav). Just take the frozen meat and toss in the skillet. How easy. I added just a small amount of onions and used swiss cheese this time for a change. I normally use provolone cheese with my cheese steaks, but hey, gotta change things up every once in a while, right? Throw some green bell peppers in there as well, if you like.
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Philly Steak Sliders
- Frying Pan
- 2-3 Slices Onion
- 14 Oz Sirloin Philly Steak
- 12 King’s Hawaiian Rolls
- Seasoning To Taste
- Preheat skillet on Medium Heat. Spray with cooking spray and add onions. Saute until soft.
- Add frozen Philly Steak. Season as desired. Turn heat up to Medium High.
- While the meat is cooking, heat the rolls in the microwave. Take out of plastic bag, wrap in a towel and heat 20-30 seconds. Flip over. Heat 20-30 more seconds.
- Break up the meat as it thaws from cooking. Cook 12-15 minutes or until cooked through.
- Take meat out of skillet and drain on paper towels.
- Cut a roll in half.
- Add a quarter slice of cheese. I made 4 quarters out of one slice. Double up on the cheese if you’re feeling frisky.
- Spoon meat on top. Add another quarter of cheese.
- Chow Down!