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Portobello "Philly Cheese Steak" Sandwich

December 2005/January 2006, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Cheese steaks are a Philadelphia tradition: thin slices from a rich and very fatty slab of beef, fried up and topped with a heavy cheese sauce. We've cut down on the fat considerably - but not on the taste. All it needs is a cold beer or a glass of pinot noir on the side. Make this vegetarian by using vegetable broth in place of chicken stock.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was incredible!! I feel like I consumed something I should feel guilty for...but no! It's healthy! AMAZING SANDWICH! My husband said it was better than the meaty philly! :) A++! "
Portobello "Philly Cheese Steak" Sandwich Recipe

49 Reviews for Portobello "Philly Cheese Steak" Sandwich

10/26/2010
Anonymous

Amazing. Better than a restaurant. I made it with garlic fries on the side. I used regular mushrooms because portabello were really expensive and it was good. I also served it on a baguette. This helped keep everything together and compact. My partner strongly approved also so I'll be making this many more times~

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10/09/2010

These were delish! Quick and easy :) I used whole fat provolone 1oz per sandwich and whole wheat bread. Next time I'll try the roll. I usually hate oregano and I was a little wary of the soy but oh wow, everything blended together beautifully. I also used baby portabello because that is what was in the fridge. Just Perfect!

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09/28/2010

Really good stuff! Included green bell pepper. Added green chilis and a little red pepper flake. Definitely a keeper!

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09/18/2010
Anonymous

Such a great recipe that is cheap and easy to make. I added some hatch green chilies to give it a little kick and made some yukon gold fries in the oven and wow!! delicious meal!

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09/17/2010
Anonymous

Love it. It tastes great.

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