Easy and Cheesy, these Sheet Pan Philly Cheese Steaks are everything you love about cheese steaks with a fraction of the work. Tender meat, flavorful peppers, onions, and mushrooms, and plenty of ooey-gooey cheese to satisfy any Philly Cheese Steak craving.
Sheet Pan Philly Cheese Steak
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I love a meal that is quick and easy to make, and this Sheet Pan Philly Cheese Steak comes together in under 30 minutes, and is ridiculously easy. You really only need a few simple ingredients, and a baking sheet!
If you are in a real hurry, you could even purchase the pre-chopped peppers, onions, and mushrooms at your local grocery store. On nights when I am in a rush, that makes this a 2 minute prep dinner! I call that a win.
You just throw everything on the tray, and bake!
I love all things Philly Cheese Steak, like this tasty Philly Cheese Steak stuffed french bread, and I will never turn down a good sandwich, give me a Reuben, a BLT, or even a PB and J and I am a happy girl. But there is something about melty cheese, delicious onions, peppers, and mushrooms, with chunks of flavorful beef that really makes my mouth water.
Traditionally a Philly Cheese Steak is made with a Sirloin cut, but I love flank steak and the versatility of it. I used it a few weeks back in a flank steak sheet pan fajita and loved how tender and delicious it ended up (especially when cut thin) that I knew I wanted to try it for a Sheet Pan Philly Cheese Steak. And boy am I glad I did. It is delicious! And if you cut it super thin, you get enough chew to get that heartiness, while keeping it tender and delicious. Just be sure to cut against the grain!
Then you can enjoy the tender, delicious goodness of this Sheet Pan Philly Cheese Steak. I mean seriously, just look at that filling. Tell me you don’t want to dive right in?
Tips for Sheet Pan Philly Cheese Steaks:
- Make sure you melt the cheese long enough that it is easy to stir through
- Toast the rolls to add texture, and to keep them from getting soggy
- Season to your personal preference.
- Adjust quantities and ratios of onions, peppers, and mushrooms to personal preference.
- Rest meat for 10 minutes before slicing to help it stay juicy and tender.
- Eat while wearing this shirt!
Other beef recipes that you may enjoy:
- Sheet Pan Beef and Broccoli
- Easy Mongolian Beef
- Italian Beef Stew
- Honey Balsamic Marinade Beef Kabobs
- Crock Pot Beef Stroganoff
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