Easy Steak Sandwich

Here's an Easy Steak Sandwich recipe for you. The first time I had one of these, I was at my hubby's dad's restaurant in the east. It's easy and quick when you use those thin-sliced steaks that come in a box in the freezer section of your favorite grocery store.

The restaurant isn't there anymore, but I do remember the basic recipe.

1 hoagie roll, split, toasted and set aside
1 small onion, sliced
1/2 green pepper, sliced
1 small tomato, sliced (optional)
1 or 2 sliced steaks
2 slices cheese (optional)
black pepper
salt (to taste)

Heat up the grill and cook the onions, green peppers until tender. Add tomatoes toward the end of the cooking time. Move veggies to the side and add steaks. Sprinkle with black pepper and salt. Squirt on some ketchup. Cook according to package directions, then flip. Add pepper, salt, and ketchup to the other side.

Put cheese then veggies on top of the steak. Lay split bun on top of everything. With long spatula, flip sandwich over. Make sure you get all the drippings - that's the best part. Serve with fries or chips, a pickle, and a smoothie. Bon appetit!


You may want to substitute steak sauce or barbecue sauce for the ketchup.

I don't usually add anything to the roll, but you can add mayonnaise or butter or whatever your favorite condiment.

Try experimenting with different cheeses - provolone, mozzarella, cheddar, Swiss, or pepper-jack.

Overall, this easy steak sandwich is just that - easy. If you want a Philly Steak and can't get to Philadelphia, head over to the grocery and pick up a box of Steak-Umms. Try this simple recipe for a not-too-bad imitation of a steak sandwich. Be creative and come up with your own variation. Come back here and add it to this page using the form below. We look forward to trying your recipes as well.

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