Friday, August 14, 2015


Simple.  Quick.  Delicious.  You have to try these.  My husband loved them.  We have made this recipe a few times for a quick weekend meal during our busy summer months.

I found some frozen very thinly sliced sirloin at my local wholesale food store.  I actually made these with that meat from frozen.  It cooked up surprisingly quick to have been cooked from frozen.  I think I will start keeping that meat on hand for a quick dinner.


1 lb steak, trimmed and thinly sliced
½ bell pepper sliced
½ onion sliced
1 T olive oil
2 cloves garlic, crushed
2 T Worcestershire sauce
4 slices Provolone cheese

Cook steak, until browned in a nonstick skillet.  Remove steak from skillet and drain on paper towels.  Sauté veggies in 1T of steak grease OR in 1T olive oil, until tender and onion starts to be translucent.  Then add garlic and sauté another minute.  Return the meat to the pan with the vegetables, add Worcestershire sauce and sauté until browned.  Separate meat mixture into four sections in the pan.  Top with cheese slices and keep pan on warm until cheese starts to melt.  Spoon onto warm hoagie rolls.

Makes 4 sandwiches

Allergen notes:  If making dairy-free, make sure your choice of bread is dairy-free and omit cheese or use a dairy-free alternative.  If making gluten-free, make sure your Worcestershire sauce and bread are gluten free.


  1. I never even knew you could buy meat that way--thinly sliced and from the freezer section. I like to have on hand a few good last minute recipes, so I'll give this one a whirl!

    1. It is convenient! I hope you can find it in your area!