Saturday, April 9, 2016

Ed's Lazy Philly Sliders.




Actual Lazy Sliders made the other day in my kitchen. Nom.

This Recipe is a simple sandwich that can also double as an appetizer, if you so desire. I'll keep it as a sandwich, though... very easy to make, and delicious to eat!

You'll need:

1 pkg split top dinner rolls
1 lb shaved deli roast beef (garlic roast beef is best)
2 medium onions, finely sliced lengthwise
1/2 each red and green peppers, thinly sliced
horseradish mayonnaise or home made Horseradish Aoli
1 pkg. Provolone cheese

I was in the store the other day, hankering for a little something from home. Then I saw these:

Not the same brand , but identical rolls.
I got an idea. Phillies. Not in the normal sense - I didn't have time for all that. But this tasted damn good once I made it. You will agree, I guarantee it.

First, heat a pan and add oil - olive preferably - and saute until tender. Add beef and heat it, chopping with a spatula as you go, about two to three minutes. remove from heat.

Just before the oven - Kim's, on the left, mine on the right.
 She prefers Swiss to Provolone. The heretic.


Preheat oven to 350°, Take a cookie sheet, place a layer of parchment paper on it, and slice open the dinner rolls. Add some mayo or aoli to the inside, stuff each roll with the meat/peppers/onions combo, and add a 1/2 slice of provolone to each sandwich. Heat in the oven until the cheese melts into the filling, about 5-10 minutes.

Fresh, hot, and melted! Sooo good...

Take the pan out, let it sit a minute, then enjoy!

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