We made this for SuperBowl Sunday to represent the Philadphia Eagles, but this would be perfect for any game day, tailgating, party or easy weeknight dinner!
Philly Style Cheesesteaks
- 1 package “shaved beef” or a medium sized ribeye, thinly sliced
- Cheese Whiz (for traditional style “wit”)
- 1 large onion, chopped and diced
- American or Provolone cheese
- “Hoagie” or “Sub” rolls – soft
- Canola oil
- Coat cast iton skillet or other medium sized pan with canola oil.
- Add diced onions and season slightly with salt and pepper.
- Let simmer low and slow, until they become slightly tinted and translucent.
- Move onions to one side and add the beef.
- Cook the beef (low heat) until all pink is gone. Chop the beef up as needed, to your liking. Don’t overchop and don’t overheat, as you want the beef to remain as juicy as possible.
- Mix the meat and onions together in the pan.
- Melt slices of cheese on top of the beef.
- Once melted, flip the beef over and let the cheese cook more from the bottom up.
- Melt cheese whiz in microwave.
- Place the steak and onions on the roll and top with whiz.
- Grab tons of napkins because this is messy and delicious!
Nick’s Baked Fries
- 5 yukon gold potatoes
- Salt, pepper, cayenne, paprika and oregano for seasoning
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Slice potatoes in quarters, and quarter again.
- Spray sheet pan with “Pam” type canola oil spray.
- Lay out each slice individually and spaced from one another.
- Sprinkle evenly with pinch of salt, pepper and any of the seasonings mentioned above, per your taste.
- Bake for about 25-30 minutes (check your crispiness and done-ness liking level after 20 minutes).
- Flip them over halfway through.