Baked Philly Cheesesteak Sliders
A proper Philly cheesesteak is hard to make at home, as you need a professional meat slicer and a very hot flat top grill. But with this baked slider method, your average home cook can achieve something very close to the original. Plus, the small rolls make me feel like a big man. Speaking of feeling like a giant, football season is upon us, and I can't think of a better sandwich to make for your buddies coming over to watch the game! Garnish with chives.
I love the combo of provolone and cream cheese here, but if you're a Cheese Whiz head, you can easily switch in some mild orange cheddar, and you'll swear you're at Pat's.
This will work with any mini sandwich rolls, or crusty unsweetened dinner rolls, you prefer.
Nutrition data for this recipe includes the full amount of bread. The actual amount of bread consumed will vary.