HOW TO MAKE PHILLY CHEESESTEAK SLOPPY JOES
Sloppy Joes are the epitome of home-cooked comfort food, and these simple Philadelphia Cheesesteaks are just as satisfying. Sloppy Joes are just regular sloppy joes with tastes that are similar to those of a cheesesteak sandwich. This Sloppy Joe Philadelphia Cheesesteak Recipe is sure to become a go-to option for busy weeknights due to its short preparation time of only 30 minutes.
Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes are sandwiches that taste like cheesesteaks but have the look and preparation time of a Sloppy Joe. It is almost as if two of our favorite sandwiches that we eat for comfort food have been combined into one meal for a supper that is suitable for families.
It is common practice to accompany Sloppy Joes and Philadelphia Cheesesteak Sandwiches with potatoes of some type, whether in the form of french fries, tater tots, or potato salad. This means that they would make wonderful compliments to the main course.
This unique take on the classic Sloppy Joe dish is a great option for dinner during the week since it just requires a few basic, readily available ingredients. In addition, you can have it ready to eat in thirty minutes, which will undoubtedly make it a hit with your loved ones.
THE INGREDIENTS LIST:
500 Grams.Of ground beef.
A small yellow onion – diced.
A small green pepper – diced.
8-oz.Of cremini mushrooms – diced.
2 Tbsp.Of ketchup.
1 Tbsp.Of Worcestershire sauce
2 to 4 Tbsp.Of A1 sauce.
½ Tsp.Of salt.
½ Tsp.Of pepper.
1 Tbsp.Of cornstarch.
1 Cup.Of beef broth.
8-oz.Of sliced provolone cheese.
6 hamburger buns.
Place the ground beef in a large pan and sauté it over medium heat, breaking it up as it cooks, until the meat is no longer pink. Delete the grease.
Once the meat has been browned, add the onions, green peppers, and mushrooms to the pan. Continue cooking for a further five to seven minutes, or until the onions have reached the desired tenderness.
Mix cornstarch and beef broth in a second, smaller bowl. And using a whisk until there are no more lumps. After pouring the soup over the meat, thoroughly mix the two.
To taste, season with salt, pepper, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, and A1 sauce. Stir thoroughly. Let continue cooking for around 5 minutes, or until the majority of the liquid has been absorbed.
TIP: A1 sauce tastes very strong. You should begin with 2 tablespoons of sauce and increase to 4 tablespoons if you want the taste of your meat combination to be more intense.
Remove the pot from the heat and turn off the burner. On top of the meat, layer thin slices of provolone cheese, and then let the cheese melt.
Serve the meat and cheese combination on hamburger buns topped with sesame seeds.