Today, let us take a gander at this amazing recipe that we discovered called the Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers Recipe. It's hard to stop talking about something that is so good that you feel the need to share it with as many people as possible. And that's exactly how we feel about this dish, because trust us when we say that when you have tasted it yourself, you won't help but feel the same way. It's the perfect finger side dish to serve at special family occasions and it's also good when you're looking for a snack to eat while watching your favorite TV show.
The good old Philly Cheesesteak sandwich inspired this recipe. If you've seen the TV series, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air during its first season, then you probably already know what this sandwich is. But for those who have only heard it for the first time, allow us to give you a little trivia about it.
This sandwich roll was named after the city where it came from and it is in Philadelphia, USA. It has pieces of steaks in it that are thinly sliced. The melted cheese is also a part of it that makes it widely popular. It is one of the reasons why the bag where they place this sandwich roll looks greasy. It may look oily but it’s part of its charm.
Moving on to this recipe we’re featuring today, the ingredients are pretty much the same only without the sandwich. This time, all the melted cheese, the steak and all the other things that compose this recipe are going to be stuffed in large green bell peppers. This is some amazing gourmet food that you can make right in your kitchen!
Some of the ingredients you will need for this Philly cheesecake stuffed peppers recipe include provolone cheese, some green bell peppers, sweet onion, baby bella mushrooms, butter, olive oil, minced garlic and some salt and pepper. To start the recipe slice the green peppers in half lengthwise, remove the ribs and seeds, Then slice some onions and mushrooms, and sauce over medium heat with some butter, olive oil, minced garlic and some salt and pepper. Saute the onions and mushrooms until they are nice and caramelized. This should take approximately 25 to 30 minutes. Then preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Then slice some roast beef into think strips and add the onion ad mushroom mixture, cook for about five to ten minutes. Then line the inside of each green pepper with some of the provolone cheese, and fill each of the peppers with the meat mixture until they are almost overflowing. Take another piece of provolone cheese and top each of the peppers with it. Bake for approximately fifteen to twenty minutes until the provolone cheese on the top is a nice golden brown.
This fun recipe blog is created by Lauren, a sweet girl from the South, who has been married for 26 years, and is the proud mother of two daughters in their twenties. She created the recipe blog because she loves to simplify things, taking a more is less kind of attitude. She loves to organize, and use her label maker. She also loves to eat. Her husband likes to cook too! On the site you will find lots of cleaning tips and cleaning tricks and ways to organize and decorate your house. You will also find lots of recipes to be inspired by. Some of the recipes you will find on the site include roll up recipes, salad recipes, pizza recipes, mix recipes, tortellini and tomato salad recipe, dip recipes, main dish recipes and more. You will also find pasta recipes, soup recipes, salsa verde recipes, scallops recipes, chicken recipes and more.
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