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Mesquite or Hickory Flavored Cheese Steak Sandwich

Kraft Memeber Recipe
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Makes: 1 sandwich Total Time: 20 min
Category: Sandwiches Sub Category: Sandwiches

what you need
  • 1 slice sandwich steak
  • 1 green pepper, chopped (optional)
  • 1 onion, chopped (optional)
  • Liquid smoke (mesquite or hickory)
  • Marinara sauce
  • 1-2 slices Kraft Cheese
  • 1 steak roll
make it
1. In a frying pan (on medium high heat) or on a griddle (set to 350°F), cook the sandwich steak to almost done. Remove and chop the sandwich steak into pieces when browned. If using peppers and onions, put in pan with steak drippings to saute. Remove from pan and don't mix with meat yet.

2. Add steak back to pan. Add liquid smoke to taste and stir. Add marinara sauce to taste and stir into meat. Let cook for 1 minute. If using, stir in peppers and onions. Spread mixture out into a bun shape. Reduce heat and break Kraft Cheese slice(s) in half and put on meat and pepper mixture and melt. (Optional) When cheese is melted, spoon a little more marinara sauce over the top.

3. Use tongs or spatula and place in roll.
Prep. time varies depending on weather you use peppers and onions and the way to prepare it.

Most of the ingredients listed are used and added to your taste and liking. If you want 2 slices of cheese instead of just 1 for example. Or if you want more or less onions. There is no right way to make this sandwich.

You may even want to toast your roll before putting meat on the roll.

Serve with fried potatoes or French fries.
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