This cheese steak recipe is literally mouthwatering, and after watching the video you will definitely agree! It is actually a very simple version of the famous cheesesteak sandwich, cooked up with some SoCal and Baja flavors.
- Ribeye steak in thin slices
- 1 large onion
- 1 diced canned chili
- Chipotle peppers
- Salt & pepper
- Pepper Jack cheese (shredded)
Mouthwatering Cheese Steak Recipe On Outdoor Griddle
The base ingredient (as stated in the title of this recipe) is steak, so get some nice rib eye. You will need very thin slices, so ask the person behind the counter if they are willing to slice it for you. Freezing it first will make the slicing a lot easier.
For this recipe you can use an ordinary skillet, but it really helps to have one of these awesome outdoor griddles in your cooking arsenal!
Heat it up and spread some oil.
Start by cooking the sliced onion. When that starts to brown up, add the chilli and 2-3 diced chipotle peppers. Cook until the onions are a nice light brown color, then move them off to the side.
Time to cook the meat! It is going to cook really fast, so be careful not to let it cook too long. Add some salt and pepper while it is cooking.
When the meat is a nice brown color, bring the onions back onto the skillet, and mix with the meat. Also add the Pepper Jack cheese on top. Cover with a lid to help the steam melt the cheese.
Warm up the bread, then put everything together and enjoy your cheesesteak sandwich!
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Some tools you may need:
14-Piece Deluxe Stainless-Steel Grill Set by Cuisinart