I can tell that you all love them, so here we go again: Another Food Post!
So for today, its going to be a quick recipe; super simple and super delicious. My wife and I are always interested in trying out something new in the kitchen. This time, we didn’t opt for something that required hand-picked herbs or special spices. This time – we just made sliders! And They. Were. Amazing! So with no further delay, in full-color and description, here is the diary of our dinner (and my lunch for the following day which actually just became breakfast).
First off, you need to get your hands on some shaved beef. Now I’m not sure how common this actually is, but I had never seen it anywhere up until last week when I found it at the grocery store. So of course, I bought a few pounds knowing that I would want to use it for something. Enter the Philly cheesesteak slider. Once you have some shaved beef, and you have allowed it to get to room temperature, simply season it with just salt or seasoning salt and fry it up in a pan. The only other quick step is to chop up a green bell pepper and an onion.
Now comes the assembly process. Take your pack of King Hawaiian Rolls and cut them in half (like a burger bun). First is a layer of provolone cheese, then the steak, onions, and peppers. Feast your eyes!
We now add ANOTHER LAYER of cheese! (I love cheese). And lastly, top it off with the top layer of the rolls. The top layer then gets coated with a mixture of melted butter, parsley, and parmesan cheese. This just helps to crips the top layer a bit (as well as give it some taste). Feast your eyes below once more!
Lastly, you cover it with aluminum foil and toss it in a 350-degree oven for 10 minutes. If you then so choose, you can remove the aluminum foil and toss it back in the oven for another 5 minutes (to crisp the top a bit). And after all your efforts (and definitely all of your patience), I would like to formally present the following:
YUUUUUMMMMM!!! So as I had mentioned above, we had some for dinner and I packed some to take for lunch the following day. Needless to say, it didn’t survive past 9:00 am. But I have no regrets…. except I had to go out and then buy lunch later that day. AMAZING!