Philly Cheesesteak sliders

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If you want to add a snack to your entertaining vacation menu, consider making these Philly Cheesesteak sliders. These sliders are super easy and super delicious. My husband made these delicious sandwiches this afternoon for us to enjoy at dinner. I just had one for a late lunch when they are absolutely delicious! I can't wait to enjoy the rest. Having quick and easy finger foods is great when entertaining all year. With all the fun of Christmas, New Years, and of course the Super Bowl just around the corner, we can never have enough snack ideas.

Philly Cheesesteak sliders

I shared the Buffalo Wings I made this morning with you earlier today. I mentioned how they remind me of coming home to New York State. Philly Cheesesteaks was also a staple when living in the North. We had a hoagie store that ordered their Amarossa Rolls directly from Philadelphia every day. I have a hard time finding a cheese steak here in Cincinnati that can make them the way I'm used to. I think this is the reason why we make home products so often. As I write this recipe to share with you, once again I find myself missing my hometown. All this food talk that I was used to has got me a little emotional, hahaha. Maybe this year I miss my family and friends more than I thought. I usually take the trip the day after Christmas. This year I have decided to wait until early spring.

INGREDIENTS 2 lb round boneless roast (or similar) 1 pound sweet peppers (or colored peppers) 2 large onions 2 cloves of garlic 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 12 Hawaiian dinner rolls 6 slices of provolone cheese 1 stick of butter salt pepper

ADDRESSES Cut the roast as thin as possible. Put 2 tablespoons of butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Peel and chop the garlic and add them to the pan. Peel and cut the onions and put them in a pan. Cut the tops of the peppers, cut in half and remove the seeds. Cut into slices lengthwise and add to the pan. Cover the pan and stir occasionally, cooking for about 20 minutes. Take each roll and divide it in half to make bread. Butter both sides where it broke. Place in large skillet over medium heat until toasted. Remove the bun from the pan. Take 1/2 slice of Provolone, fold it in half, and place it on toast in the pan and set aside. Repeat this for the remaining rolls. Put 2 tablespoons of butter in a large skillet that you have been using for toasting. Add 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire. Raise the temperature to medium high. Add meat and stir until no longer pink. Take a bun. Add meat on top with cheese. Add the onion and pepper mixture on top of the meat and cover with the other half. Salt and pepper to taste.

Very often we will find a great discount on meat and we will beat Philly Cheesesteaks at home. I've been wanting to try some Philly Steak Meat on some of the Hawaiian sliders. I thought the combination would be great with peppers, onions, and provolone. I was right. Wow, these are delicious. We will have guests on Sunday night and serve these Philly Cheesesteak Sliders to our guests. They are too tasty and perfectly sized.

After cutting vegetables and meat, this recipe is quite simple and quick. You just have to be careful with the taste test. You will quickly find yourself eating all the meat (meaning if it's like me ha ha ha) and you will have nothing left for your sliders.

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Mix the meat and vegetables on your buns, top with cheese and Voila! You have a tasty and filling slider. I promise your guests that they will love it and leave the plate empty. You can make some with peppers and onions and some without their onion eaters (who doesn't like onions?).

If you're looking for other snack ideas for your next entertainment, check out my Baked Chicken Wings, Bacon and JalapeƱo Cheese Ball, Filet Mignon Bites with Bernaise Sauce, and my other recipe ideas here.

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