Garlic Parmesan Philly Cheesesteak Sliders Recipe

Garlic Parmesan Philly Cheesesteak Sliders

Garlic Parmesan Philly Cheesesteak Sliders

Interpreting the Classic

You don’t have to be in Philadelphia to enjoy a Philly cheesesteak. This classic can be enjoyed everywhere in any home. In fact, it doesn’t need to be a sandwich. Why not transform this recipe into something else— like sliders? Sliders are a perfect way to share with everyone.

The marriage of Philly cheesesteak sandwiches and sliders makes a delicious recipe, and our take on it uses an herb butter recipe to boost its flavor.

Consider Your Ingredients

One of the most important parts of a Philly cheesesteak is the roast beef. There are a variety of ways to use roast beef and it all depends upon your preferences. If you want to make things easier, you can purchase sandwich-sliced roast beef from the grocery store. However, if you want premium taste for your sliders, we recommend getting some roast beef from a butcher and having it cooked medium-rare.

Another great way to enhance the flavor to these Philly cheesesteak sliders is to use Parmesan Basil Garlic Butter. This recipe requires you to sauté both your vegetables and roast beef in a garlic herb butter. With Parmesan Basil Garlic Butter, you’ll get a myriad of flavors. You’ll sauté your bell peppers and onions separately from your roast beef in order to keep the flavor profiles separate from one another.

But the enhanced flavor of the butter doesn’t end there. You’ll need to melt some in order to spread it onto your rolls before your sliders go into the oven.

While this isn’t an authentic Philly cheesesteak experience, we know you won’t be disappointed with this flavor-punched recipe.

Now it’s time to enjoy!

Garlic Parmesan Philly Cheesesteak Sliders

Recipe by Chef ShamyCourse: Dinner, Lunch


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  • Slice bell peppers and onions into small strips
  • In a large skillet sauté bell peppers and onions in 2 oz of Chef Shamy Garlic Butter until tender with a slight crunch
  • In a different skillet, sauté and chop roast beef with 2 oz of Chef Shamy Garlic Butter until warm and butter is melted. Top beef with provolone slices and cook until melted (cover with lid to speed up process)
  • Place rolls on a baking tray and using a bread knife slice off the tops
  • Layer with cheese then layer with sautéed peppers and onions
  • Put the roast beef with melted cheese on top, then place the tops of the rolls back on
  • Baste tops with the rest of the garlic butter (melted)
  • Place in oven for 20 minutes or until cheese is melted (careful not to burn the rolls)