Who doesn't love a great sandwich?
This recipe for a Philly cheesesteak sandwich is a favorite in my house, and I'm sure will soon be one in yours.
It's outrageously delicious and unbelievable easy with only five ingredients piled on a bun of your choice. (I love a Hawaiian Bread bun.)
I have to thank one of my favorite New Orleans restaurateurs, Dickie Brennan, for this recipe idea. Years ago, he told me about mixing roast beef and brown gravy mix together for a smothered roast beef recipe. He said he enjoys whipping up this easy dinner when extra family pops over.
Start with shaved roast beef from the deli counter — what could be easier? — add savory gravy and sauteed onions and bell peppers, pile it on a bun and top with melted provolone and you've got a super simple sandwich that tastes gourmet. You can even double or triple the recipe.
This "Fix It Fast" recipe is from my "Kitchen 101" cookbook. It will take the “thinking” out of cooking so nothing will stand in your way of a healthy home-cooked meal!
Trim and Terrific Tips:
- To keep the beef and gravy warm, serve it in a slow cooker.
- Beef is rich in a well-absorbed form of iron which helps your body use oxygen efficiently and prevents anemia.
- Iron, choline, protein, selenium, vitamins B6 and B12, zinc, phosphorus, niacin, riboflavin are 10 essential nutrients in only 3 ounces of lean beef.
Holly Clegg, best-selling national cookbook author of the trim&TERRIFIC & Eating Well cookbook series, specializes in easy, healthy, everyday recipes. Visit her website, The Healthy Cooking Blog. Follow her on facebook.com/HollyClegg, instagram.com/holly_clegg and twitter.com/hollyclegg. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.