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Philly Cheesesteak EGG Rolls

Smokin_Joe_GA Posts: 3
edited October 2021 in Appetizers
I tried this recipe for the first time, and it turned out pretty good -


I made a couple of deviations from original recipe; 1) I used regular boneless ribeye steak instead of Wagyu steak because that's what's available at Food Lion and I didn't want to experiment with expensive meat, 2) I used an orange bell pepper instead of a green bell pepper because that's what we had in the refrigerator, 3) I left out the mushroom because I don't care for mushrooms, and 4) I used Provolone cheese instead of white American cheese, because that's the way I wanted it. Don't bother with the comments about how this recipe isn't real authentic Philly cheesesteak - it tasted good and I was happy with it.

I got the grill and cast iron skillet preheated to between 400- and 450-degrees, started cooking the pepper, then added the onion, then added the steak, and then melted the cheese over it all. It was a bit difficult to hold the grill temperature steady because this recipe involves a lot of adding and stirring of ingredients. My Lodge leather cooking gloves came in handy. I might reconsider adding the cheese so early next time, because it turned the skillet into a cheesy sticky mess.

Next the cooked cheesesteak mixture went into the egg roll wrappers. Thank goodness my wife knew how to roll these up correctly - I would have messed them up doing it myself.

After cleaning the cheese out of the skillet, I added some oil and then back onto the grill to brown the egg rolls.

They turned out pretty good. This is definitely a recipe I'll make again.