Kansas cheese steaks


Kansas cheese steaks

  • 1-2 pounds of steak
  • 6 hogie buns
  • 1 large bell pepper sliced
  • 1 small onion sliced
  • 1 carton of mushroom washed and sliced
  • sliced provolone cheese
  • butter
  • salt and pepper

Pre heat oven to 350 degrees

Start by slicing the steak really thin and across the grain and put it in a hot skillet with about a table spoon of butter and season with salt and pepper and whatever other seasoning you want ( seasoned salt , garlic powder etc.)

While that is going go ahead and slice your onion , pepper and mushrooms into bite size pieces .

Start another skillet with a nice tablespoon of butter and once it is hot and melted toss in the onion and pepper and cook down until soft .

Cook your mushrooms in a about a half teaspoon of butter until they turn a nice brown color and add them to your onion and pepper mix .

Once your steak is cooked through and tender add it to the veggies and cover the mixture with cheese and put a lid on it to steam the cheese and get it nice and melty !

when it is all melted and ooey gooey spoon a nice size helping into each hogie bun .

Here is where the magic happens… wrap each hogie in a sheet of aluminum foil and fold the ends tight to keep your cheese from escaping .

When you get them all wrapped up put them in the oven that has preheating and let them bake for 15-20 minutes to warm your buns and get nice and steamy .

Be careful when you take them out and unwrap them the steam will burn you …

Thats it ! Hope you like them .