Recipe by Kikkoman
"An Asian-inspired version of a Philly cheese steak--thinly sliced steak is cooked with onion, cheese spread, and a splash of teriyaki sauce, and served on sandwich rolls."
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fresh steak (rib-eye, round, or sirloin)*
yellow onion, sliced thin
Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce
soft sandwich rolls
1 (8 fl oz) jar
I loved this recipe, it was easy to make and my husband loved it! I'm the Philly Cheese Steak eater... but I'm glad I was able to convert him! Now there will be many more Philly nights.
It was just OK using cheese spread and Teriyaki sauce, but it was great when I left out the teriyaki sauce and cheese spread, then I added sliced peppers with the onions added the steak slices to the pan and cook until the steak was done. Put the steak, onion and peppers on a roll and top with American cheese for me and Swiss cheese for my wife. Just put S&P on the steak to taste, put it under the broiler to melt the cheese a little( Don't melt the cheese in the pan with the steak, onions and peppers.) Now it gets five stars.
If you truly want a Philly Cheese Steak don't use Steak-Umms or cheese spread really.
I added green peppers too and did everything else the same. Great. Oh and other person who commented, it didn't taste Asian because it's a PHILLY Cheese Steak. Riiiiggghhhttt.
the sandwich was so flavorful and moist the only changes that I made was adding peppers to it and using provolone cheese. Because I like peppers on my cheese steak and that was only kind of cheese that I had
Delicious! I didn't have teriyaki sauce and used sweet & sour sauce instead -- came out just as good. Also added green peppers and used Swiss or Provlone cheese and melted it under the broiler for a couple minutes.
I changed a number of the particulars here (used frozen Steak-Umms meat, used a brick of neufchatel instead of the cheese spread) but otherwise kept it the same. Very tasty! Only thing I'd change in the future is, if using Steak-Umms in the future, drain the pan before adding the Steak-Umms meat. I'm sure that step isn't necessary if you follow the recipe as written though, as it's the frozen water from the substitution I made that I'm speaking of :) This didn't taste particularly Asian even with the teriyaki sauce, but it did taste good! Thanks for the recipe.
Used beef tenderloin
We didn't do the teriyaki marinade and it was good, next time will try it with the marinade.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Philly Cheese Steak
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 238
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