How to Make Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches | The Stay At Home Chef

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Today on The Stay At Home Chef
I’m showing you how to make
Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches
This video is sponsored by A.1.
Sauce
A.1. is the sauce that makes everything taste
better!
I don’t know about you, but growing up we
always had A.1.
Sauce
It was served on steak, chicken, pork…you
name it!
And sometimes I admit I even licked it off
the plate.
It is so good!
So when A.1.
approached me asking me to create
a slow cooker recipe that’s hearty and good
and delicious and goes great with A.1.
I was totally on board.
Today you’ll need
2 to 3 pounds of beef top round
2 sliced green bell peppers
1 slice white onion
3 cloves of minced garlic
some salt and pepper
8 hoagie rolls
1/4 cup of melted butter
and 8 slices of provolone cheese
And of course you’ll need some A.1.
Steak Sauce
It’s not just for steaks people!
Seriously, I could drink this stuff.
And let me tell you, it makes this Philly
Cheese Steak
taste amazing!
To start we’re going to need to slice our
beef into thin strips
Use a sharp knife to slice it as thin as you
can get it.
You want to keep going until you’ve sliced
up
all of your meat.
If your knives are on the dull side you may
have
a little bit of difficulty getting a thin
slice.
A trick for you is to pop the meat into the
freezer for about 30 minutes prior to slicing.
This will make it much easier to slice.
Next we’re going to take all of this meat
and transfer it to a slow cooker.
Just slide it all right into the bottom.
Next we’ll add a savory flavor punch
with our A.1.
Sauce
We’ll pour on half a cup of this delicious
sauce.
And then add on your minced garlic.
Oh man, it already smells so good!
Next we’ll add in our bell peppers and onions
Just scatter those on top of the meat.
And then we’ll season it all with some salt
and pepper
Place the lid on and we’re going to cook this
on
low for 6 to 8 hours
or high for 3 to 4 hours
Just before serving you’ll want to take that
melted butter and brush it
onto each of your hoagie rolls.
I like to give it a little light brushing
and maybe even a little bit on the outside
as well.
Working four at a time you’ll take your rolls
and place them under the broil setting on
your oven
Just for a minute or two until they are lightly
toasted.
Then once the meat and onions and peppers
are all done fill each of our sandwiches
Then we’ll place that provolone cheese
right on top
You should be able to get between 6 and 8
sandwiches out of this depending on
how big your beef roast was.
Next we’re going to return this to the broiler
Just until the cheese is melted.
Once your cheese is melted, bubbly, and
starting to brown you’re ready to eat.
And I wouldn’t blame if you if you put on
a little more A.1.
Thanks for watching!
You can find the full written recipe
in the video description.
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18 comments

  1. Looks great Chef, however the meat is to lean in my opinion

    The Real JoeyB Dallas Fort Worth Texas USA utilizing the Traeger Timberline 1300

  2. Sorry,good attempt but fail. Whenever you r in PHILLY, go to Pat's or Ginno's for authentic South Philly cheese steaks. use shaved steak and cheese whiz.

  3. Can i ask for those of us based outside the USA, what sort of flavor is the A1, so I could substitute, as it's not available in Ireland. Really like the channel by the way 👍

  4. I looked like a dog when you grabbed the A1 sauce. I just cocked my head to the side while mouth started to water. 😂😂😂

  5. I made this and it was amazing it was so tender and delicious 😋 and super easy for a busy day just dump and leave and lunch, dinner is ready

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