Philly cheesesteak egg rolls are even better than the sandwich

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When you’re craving both Chinese fast food and American fast food and you can’t decide which you want more, what do you do? If your answer isn’t to make Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, you’re doing something wrong.

Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls are the best of both worlds, as you get to enjoy simultaneously the crispy crunch of an egg roll and the cheesy, meaty goodness that is a Philly cheesesteak sandwich. Plus it’s excellent finger food for parties or an on-the-go bite.

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Blogger Dinner Then Dessert goes into detail about how easy this recipe is to make, not to mention cheap. Using ingredients like ground beef, onion, green bell pepper and egg roll wrappers, you can make a very hearty snack.

The beef is seasoned with basic ingredients like salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce, mixed in with veggies and butter. Once the meat is prepared, all you have left to do is roll up your egg rolls along with American cheese and pan-fry them.

If you’re unsure what to dip them in, try ketchup, cheez whiz or a mix of condiments like sriracha and mayo.

If you want to make more of a hearty meal, why not try blogger Dinner at the Zoo’s pasta version of the indulgent sandwich? Philly cheesesteak pasta incorporates all the delicious, savory flavors of the sandwich and combines it with a creamy provolone cheese sauce.

This dish is packed with beef, mushrooms, peppers and onions and is tossed with a hearty pasta, rigatoni. The recipe can be made with flank steak or rib-eye that’s been thinly sliced as well.

In a total of half an hour, you’ve got yourself a satisfying meal with everything you crave from a Philly cheesesteak.

Anyone else drooling?


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