November 11, 2020

Easy Philly Cheesesteak Recipe

I hate food waste because I feel that I’m also wasting hard-earned money every time our foods go to the trash bin. As much as possible I try my best to reduce our food waste by planning our meals every week, making a grocery list, cooking foods enough for our family, pantry inventory to see which foods are near expiration date and lastly, eat leftover foods. 

I’m fortunate that my two boys have no problem eating leftover meals. I’m also thankful for leftover foods because if I’m busy, if we ran out of LPG, if we have no water or electricity, or any other emergencies; we have something to eat. There are times that we just eat leftover meals, it is like a buffet of different viands. Hehehe!

Speaking of leftover, we had a breakfast steak leftover so I prepared my own version of Philly Cheesesteak. I haven’t tried an authentic cheesesteak but my husband had a taste of it during his trip to the USA last year and he loved it. Philly Cheesesteak, or cheesesteak sandwich is made from thinly slices pieces of beef, onion, melted cheese, and hoagie roll. A popular fast food in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and other parts of the USA.

I have no idea what kind of beef or cheese they use but for my own version, I only used whatever is available in our kitchen. 


Butter or oil Thinly sliced breakfast beef steak 
1 onion (sliced) 
1 bell pepper (sliced) 
Quickmelt cheese 
Mozzarella cheese 
Garlic Bread and Sliced Bread 
Salt and pepper to taste (I omit this because I’m using leftover beef) 

1. In a pan over medium heat, place 1 tablespoon of oil or butter. 
2. Saute onions, leftover beef, and pepper. 
3. Place the beef mixture on top of the bread. 
4. Add cheese and toast in the oven toaster for 5 minutes or until cheese melts. 

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