"This is a fun, easy way to make panini, when you start with Pillsbury® refrigerated bread dough!" — Pillsbury® Italian Meal Bread
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1 (11 ounce) can
Pillsbury® refrigerated crusty French or country Italian loaf
thinly sliced cooked deli roast beef
olive or vegetable oil
green bell pepper, cut into thin bite-size strips
onion, cut into thin bite-size strips
I couldn't honestly give it 5 stars due to changes, but the concept is great! I use sour dough bread and provolone cheese, the rest is the same and family LOVES them!
You can not call anything with beef and cheese, Philly Cheesesteak something or the other. I am sorry, nothing that uses deli roast beef will EVER be a Philly Cheesesteak. WOuld have been 4 stars, but minus one for destroying the "Philly Cheesesteak" name.
I don't know how anyone can unroll this dough, I found it impossible I ended up having to roll it out with a rolling pin came out very lopside but otherwise sandwich was good.
Good idea, but not my liking. I like my meat warmer when having a panini and since the bread was cooked first in my panini pan I couldnt do it much longer (2mn like stated)so it wouldnt burn. I didnt care for this "bread" either.
Seems very ordinary and unlike the traditonal Philli Cheese Steaks that I have had.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Philly Cheesesteak Panini
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 147
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