Cheesesteak Sliders Recipe


Cheesesteaks were created to feed large groups of people something delicious without spending much time or money. Cheesesteaks have become more complicated over the years, but this recipe gets back to the basics. This is a perfect recipe to use up leftover ingredients or for a last-minute snack on game day! 



12 Hawaiian rolls, tops removed

¾ cup good mayonnaise 

4 tablespoons vegetable or olive oil  

¾lb extra thin shaved beef steak

1 sweet onion, sliced

1 green bell pepper, chopped

¼ lb provolone or white cheddar cheese, thinly sliced 




1. Heat oven to 350.


2. Place bottom halves of rolls in a 9×13-inch casserole dish. Spread 1/2 tbsp of mayonnaise on the sides facing up. 


3. In a large skillet set over medium heat, add 2 tbsp of oil. Once hot, add shaved steak in a single layer, and sear for 1 min. Flip steaks and cook another min. Remove steak to a plate, and continue searing remaining steak in batches. 


4. Without cleaning the pan, add remaining oil, onion and pepper. Sauté over medium heat until onion slices are soft, brown and sweet, about 20 min. Add more oil if pan becomes dry while cooking. While the onion mixture cooks, thinly slice steak and evenly distribute slices across bottom halves of rolls. 


5. Evenly distribute onion mixture over the slices of steak. Add 2 slices of cheese across onion mixture on each roll. Completely cover dish with aluminum foil, and bake until cheese has melted, about 8-10 min.


6. While sandwiches bake, gather top halves of the buns and spread 1/2 tbsp of mayonnaise on sides facing down. Once the cheese has melted, remove dish from the oven, discard foil, add top halves of buns to sliders and serve immediately. 


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