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  • Hey, everyone.

  • It's Natasha of NatashasKitchen.com, and today,

  • I'm gonna share it with you all of our secrets

  • for the best Philly cheesesteak sandwiches.

  • This is so easy, scrumptious, beefy, cheesy.

  • It's so good.

  • And wait for the taste test

  • because you are gonna crave these until you make them.

  • So let's get started.

  • This recipe makes four sandwiches,

  • so you'll need four hoagie rolls.

  • Slice those about three-quarters of the way through.

  • Now in a small bowl,

  • stir together two tablespoons of softened butter

  • with one pressed garlic clove.

  • You already know it's gonna be good

  • if there's garlic butter involved.

  • Spread that flavored butter

  • onto the cut sides of your hoagie rolls.

  • The garlic butter makes these taste like garlic bread,

  • and we're gonna toast them,

  • which keeps the bread from getting soggy.

  • You want to have all of your ingredients

  • prepped and ready to go before you start cooking.

  • Dice one large sweet onion.

  • And it may seem like a lot of onion,

  • but it does shrink down a ton when it goes on the heat.

  • Now to slice up our ribeye steak.

  • I have a one-pound ribeye steak here,

  • and I highly, highly recommend freezing it

  • for about 40 minutes, covered in the freezer,

  • which will make it much easier to slice.

  • Trim off the excess fat.

  • Then, super-thinly slice your steak.

  • And here's a time-saving tip.

  • You can ask your butcher

  • to cut your steak paper-thin for you.

  • Okay, we are done with all of our prep,

  • super easy, and we're gonna head out to the stove.

  • We like cooking Philly cheesesteaks

  • on our outdoor flat cooktop.

  • And I'll leave a link to this amazing grill in the notes.

  • But you can totally use a skillet

  • or an indoor griddle if you have one.

  • Start by toasting the buttered side of the bread

  • on medium heat, just until it's golden.

  • Then remove it from the heat.

  • Add about a tablespoon of oil to your cooktop

  • and the diced onions.

  • Saute those until they're soft and caramelized.

  • Then transfer them to a separate dish.

  • Increase the heat to high and add another tablespoon of oil.

  • Add your thinly sliced steak

  • and spread it into an even layer.

  • Let that brown for a couple of minutes

  • undisturbed without turning.

  • Then, flip it over.

  • Season the meat with half a teaspoon of salt

  • and half a teaspoon of black pepper

  • and saute, stirring occasionally,

  • until the steak is just cooked through.

  • Add the caramelized onions

  • and stir them in with your spatula.

  • And I do like to give it a little rough chop

  • to break up any larger pieces.

  • Divide that into four even portions

  • and top each portion with two slices of provolone cheese.

  • Then turn off the heat to allow the cheese to melt

  • without overcooking the meat.

  • Spread a thin layer of mayo

  • onto the toasted side of each roll.

  • And, working with one portion at a time,

  • place the toasted bun over each portion

  • and use a spatula to scrape that cheesy beef

  • into your bun as you flip it over.

  • Repeat this process with your remaining sandwiches.

  • (laughs)

  • These are really hard to resist.

  • It was hard not to eat these outside, okay?

  • I'll just put it that way.

  • Oh my goodness.

  • We are gonna go right into this taste test

  • because I cannot wait any longer.

  • Wow.

  • Okay, we're gonna pick the big one here.

  • Okay.

  • And I'm gonna cut this in half

  • because I want you to see what's inside.

  • These are loaded.

  • Mmm, and I love that little bit of crispiness

  • on that garlic bread.

  • Mmm.

  • Okay, here we go.

  • Check it out.

  • That's what I'm talking about.

  • Wow.

  • I love that this is staring back at me.

  • Oh my goodness.

  • Okay, here I go.

  • Mmm.

  • Mmm.

  • Mmm.

  • Mmm.

  • This is excellent.

  • Definitely restaurant quality.

  • Oh, and that is such a tender cut of beef.

  • It's so easy to chew.

  • It goes down nice.

  • Oh, and then it's loaded with cheese,

  • and you know I've got a weakness for cheese.

  • Delicious, and then the sweet caramelized onions

  • in every bite, yum yum.

  • And again, don't skip that garlic butter on the bread

  • because it's like serving this on garlic bread.

  • It's exactly what it is.

  • It is just mmm,

  • just ridiculously good.

  • I'm gonna chomp this down.

  • And also, it doesn't need much,

  • but I do love to serve it

  • with a side of crunchy dill pickles.

  • Mmm.

  • Well, if you guys make your Philly cheesesteaks

  • any different than this,

  • let me know what you do in a comment below,

  • or if you have any recipe suggestions, let me know.

  • Hey, before you go,

  • if you guys want more easy, crowd-pleasing lunch ideas,

  • check out some of our favorites right over there

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  • We'll see you in our next video.

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