Pressure-Cooker Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 15 min. + releasing
SO GOOD!! Very wet because i had half the sirloin, and it made my sandwich soggy, but the flavor is bangin!!
ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS. I did a few changes for I used what I had on hand and we liked it this way. I had a package of boneless beef ribs, sliced thin. Created my own version of Italian salad dressing mix with my own spices and used an envelope of Lipton's Onion Soup and put in 10 ounces of water. I let this all marinate for a couple of hours with the sliced onions then put my insta-pot on "meat stew" so it cooked a little slower and longer. The meat was crazy tender. I froze half of the mixture for another time. As for Carla,I've never had a true Philly Sandwich, she's from Philadelphia and maybe has a great place to get a sandwich and this recipe wasn't close to it. I'm not going to say she did or didn't try this.
Delicious, and I agree with Paisley, don't know why Carla gave it 1 star. Don't beleive she even tried it. It was amazing, and a hit here with my family. I also used the left over meat for quesadillas the next day and everyone loved it.
I used the slow cooker method, and I thought these sandwiches were great. I especially liked the melty cheese on top after broiling them. I would definitely make these again!
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I'm not sure why Carla gave it one star or what her comment even means but it tasted like a Philly Cheesesteak to me! Fantastic Recipe Thank You for Sharing!
I am sorry living in Philly Born