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Cheese Steaks

DHallDHall Posts: 180
edited 3:47AM in EggHead Forum
Ok i have seen several posts in reference to the cheesesteaks from Waldorf. Is there a recipie for these floating around somewhere?


  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    Those were Chuck's cheesesteaks and they were good.

    I am not sure if Chuck posts on here, but maybe Chris (Nature Boy). Hatch or Woodoggies has an answer.
  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,151
    ete, might this be the samer Chuck?

    Sandwich, Beef, Philly Cheese Steak, Colorado Chuck

    There have been a couple of requests for recipes for the cheesesteaks and corn- green chile casserole that I made at Eggfest. Here they are...enjoy.*********I made pretty big batches so the quantities will be based on how much you want to make. On the Egg a cast iron skillet works great at about 325.

    4 Lbs Chip steak (my butcher shaves down top round for me)
    2 Large Sweet onions, thinly sliced
    1 12 Ozs Can Mushrooms, sliced
    1/2 lb american cheese
    rolls (if you can't get a real Philly steak roll use club rolls)
    Dizzy Pig Cowlick Steak Rub
    olive oil

    1 Saute onions in olive oil, remove from pan. Saute mushrooms in butter, remove from pan. Melt some more butter and the steak to the pan. Grill the steak until browned tearing it apart with two spatulas. Season with the Cowlick to taste. Add the onions and mushrooms back in and mix well. Cover the meat mixture with the american cheese, when melted use a spatula to put it in the roll.

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    Source: BGE Forum, Colorado Chuck, 2006/09/05
  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    Chuck ain't from Colorado (least I don't think he is), but they look good..
  • Weekend WarriorWeekend Warrior Posts: 1,702
  • ChuckChuck Posts: 812
    That would be my recipe, although I rarely use the mushrooms in large groups, and I am from NJ not Colorado. Enjoy.

  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    Wow he does post... :)
  • ChuckChuck Posts: 812
    LOL...yea I do occasionally. I used to post a lot actually but kind of got away from it. I'll try not to be a stranger. Thanks again for that chicken you made, I really enjoyed it.

  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,415
    Guess you'll have to change your handle to Colorado Chuck! LOL

    BTW, don't you use provolone?

    I want one now.
    Cheers bro
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  • ChuckChuck Posts: 812
    I guess Colorado isn't so bad. White american is the cheese although I do make them with provolone at times. I could go for one too.

    See ya soon.

  • lowercasebilllowercasebill Posts: 5,218
    phila cheese steaks from Pat's or Gino's use melted cheeze whiz [not to be confused with real cheese] as soon as you step out of south phila it is american cheese.
    mushrooms, sauce, fried onions, are options.. then there is the cheese steak hogie [lettuce and tomato]
    or my personal favorite, a mushroom cheese steak hogie.
    rib eye almost frozen sliced thin fried in oil and chopped while frying, cheese on when in melts scoop it up and put it on the roll [amoroso's ]
    back in the 69/70 a places in the burbs substitued black market horse meat hence the local term 'cheese stallion' i never knew the difference till they got caught.
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