Homemade Philly Cheesesteak – The Texas Way!

Hey, y’all!  We are making homemade Philly Cheesesteaks – the Texas Way and we are sooo excited!  I say the Texas Way cause we do it bigger and better here, especially when it comes to food.  This meal is one of my favorites because it’s super hearty, beyond filling, and it’s quick to make which is just what we like!  You only need a few things to make this cheesesteak and they are listed below:

Thin Sliced Sirloin

White Onion

Green and Red Bell Peppers

Provolone Cheese

French Bread

Seasoning for the Steak

First things first, you will want to get your steak and season it with whatever you like and slice up your peppers and onions then place them to the side.  I used Black Pepper, Fiesta Steak Seasoning, and Garlic Powder, but you can use whatever.  Once it’s seasoned, grab your skillet and then cook it on medium heat until done.

Once the meat is done, remove it from the skillet and put it to the side.  In the same pan you just cooked the meat in, add in the bell pepper and onions that you cut up and cook them until they’re soft.  I added some black pepper to mine, but you def don’t have to.  Once the onions and peppers are done, add the steak back in and give it a mix.  It should look like this when done.

After you’ve mixed everything, get your loaf of bread and place it on an oven-safe pan to broil.  I slice mine like this and then cut it in half, but you can definitely cut it into fours or any way you like.  If you love cheese like me, then you will want to do a layer of cheese at the bottom of the loaf, if not then just skip to the next step!  From there, take your steak and onion mix and place it onto your loaf of bread and then layer your cheese slices on top of that.

Leave the cheesesteak open, then place in your oven on a low broil or a low heat to melt and give the bread a little crunch.  Make sure you keep an eye on it though because it can burn if you’re not looking!  Once the cheese is melted and the bread is toasted, take it out, close the cheesesteak, and enjoy!

That is all I have for this recipe, so I really hope y’all enjoyed it!  If you make this or any of the other recipes here on the blog, make sure you tag us on instagram and #SimplyMadisynnMeals so we can see all the good food y’all made!  If you’re not already subscribed to the blog, then click right here and sign up on so you never miss a new post!  Thanks for reading, I appreciate it and will talk to y’all next time!

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