Philly Cheese Steak Sloppy Joes

A Delicious Twist on a Classic Family Favorite

This weekend, I finally decided to try my hand at a recipe I’ve been eyeballing on Pinterest and Facebook for awhile now. It combines two of this family’s favorite things — Philly cheese steak and sloppy joes. I’m aware that this meal sounds suspect but it comes out good… like really good. It’s not like I can find a gen-yoo-wine cheese steak on any street corner in Cali, you know? Sometimes we just have to fake it til we make it and this is one to file under “faux” sho’.

To Make Philly Cheese Steak Sloppy Joes You Will Need (serves 4-6)
 
1lb Ground Beef
1 small onion, chopped 
1 small bell pepper, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup Beef Broth
Buns
6 slices provolone

 

 
Step 1
Cook ground beef, small onion, bell pepper, and garlic over medium high heat until beef is browned.
Step 2
Drain fat from meat mixture and place back over medium heat. Add A1 Steak Sauce and beef broth. Let cook until well heated and thickened a bit.
Step 3
Assemble bottom half of sandwiches with a spoonful of meat mixture and a slice of provolone over the top.
Step 4
Place sandwiches in stove and WATCH the broil. As soon as cheese melts, throw the top bun on and allow to broil just 20 seconds or so more (so the bun is warm and crisp)

Step 5
Enjoy! These guys sure did.

               
               
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