06 Jun 2017
philly cheese steak recipe

A Cheesesteak is sautéed ribeye steak with melted cheese, in a crusty Amoroso roll.  The steak is thinly sliced and grilled with your choice of veggies.  The original cheesesteak sandwich was first created without cheese in the 1930’s, but later cheese was added.  Serious steak connoisseurs prefer Cheese Wiz on their cheesesteak however, Provolone and American Cheese is often used.

Having owned a Cheesesteak Restaurant, I had the opportunity to conduct my own study. What did my customers prefer? Mushroom, onions,  peppers? Cheese Wiz, American or Provolone? Amoroso Roll, Soft Chewy Roll or Crusty Italian Bread? Lettuce, tomato, and mayo or sweet or spicy? What it came down to was preference and taste. As long as it had the “drip” factor going on.  Ooey, gooey, cheesy, drippy messy kind of sandwich.

Gluten Free Philly Cheese Steak Recipe


  • 4 TBS olive oil
  • 4 TBS butter
  • 3 bell peppers, medium size, sliced
  • 1 large sweet onion, sliced
  • 8 ozs mushrooms, sliced
  • 1 lb rib-eye steak, thinly sliced
  • 1/2 lb American cheese or Provolone
  • 4 Three Bakers Hoagie Rolls, toasted (optional)
  • Optional Topping:  Lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and jalapeños


1.  In large skillet, heat 2 TBS oil and 2 TBS butter on med/high heat.  Add peppers and onions.  Stir.  Sauté for 15 mins, or until soft.  Add mushrooms sauté for additional 5 mins.  Season with salt and pepper.

2.  Add remaining oil and butter.  Add meat.  Sauté, breaking up meat, as it is cooking.  Place cheese on top of meat mixture.  Stir and allow cheese to melt into meat mixture, becoming gooey.  Scoop into sliced hoagie rolls.  Serve and enjoy!

Makes 4 Hoagie Cheesesteaks … don’t forget the napkins!

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I was raised in and around an Italian family. All my life I cooked and everyone around me cooked. It was my life and still is.  In 2013 I had to go gluten-free for health reasons. I was devastated to learn that I can no longer enjoy bread and pasta, that I was so used to eating every day. Can you imagine an Italian girl not eating bread or pasta? During the last few years, I have experimented with all kinds of different products. Searching for a good tasting bread has been a struggle because there was not much available. I was super excited to find Three Bakers Rye Style bread while visiting CT, my home State. I was even more excited to learn it is available locally here in FL. It is absolutely amazing!