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Cheesesteak Sandwich

  • Non Veg
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



It’s impossible to talk of Philadelphia without thinking or speaking about the cheesesteak, a sandwich containing slashed steak, melted cheese, and peppers and onions.

A cheesesteak is also known by other names such as Philadelphia cheesesteak, Philly cheesesteak, cheesesteak sandwich, cheese steak, or steak and cheese.

Here’s how you can make the delicious cheesesteak sandwich.

Health Benefits

A cheesesteak can be high in calories and fat so it ought to be eaten in moderation along with the healthy foods in your diet such as in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy items, and lean proteins.

A 7-inch cheesesteak has 520 calories, 24 grams of fat and 1,047 mg of sodium, which is nearly your total limit of the day in one meal.

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How to Make Cheesesteak Sandwich

  • Take a griddle or a large sauté pan and heat over medium-high heat.
  • Once it is hot, fill the base with olive oil.
  • Include onions and bell pepper. Stirring frequently, cook until caramelized, about 6 to 8 minutes.
  • Mix in garlic, salt, and pepper, and allow cooking for 30 seconds.
  • Next, propel the mixture to one side of the griddle/pan.
  • Include meat to the hot area of the griddle/pan.
  • Constantly flipping the meat over and slightly chopping the meat into slightly smaller pieces using 2 spatulas, cook until the meat is not pink or for about 2 minutes.
  • Blend together the meat and the caramelized onions and bell pepper.
  • Split into 2 portions and cover both portions with the cheese. Allow to melt.
  • Cut the bread in half, crosswise, if you are using Italian or French bread, and carve lengthwise to open for stuffing the sandwiches.
  • Scrape out some soft white bread part from inside the bread and place on top of the meat and cheese cut-side-up.
  • Once the cheese is melted, turn the sandwiches over and include toppings of your choice such as marinara sauce or ketchup.
  • Serve immediately.


  • The sandwich was first introduced in 1930 when a dog vendor in South Philadelphia chose to put some meat from the butcher on his grill. A driver of a cab observed the delicious aroma of the meat and requested to get his own steak sandwich

There's a good open debate on what sort of cheese ought to be on a cheesesteak. In Philly it's normal to get one with Cheez Whiz, (an unhealthy and hazardous processed cheese item); however, American and provolone types are additionally common.

Noel Zola

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