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Corner Steak Joint Classic
By the age of 10, every boy and girl in the Philadelphia region has committed this cheesesteak build to memory.
- 1 Serving of Original Philly Beef Sandwich Slices
- 1 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 4 Slices Cheese
- 1 Long Roll
- Fried Onions
- Ketchup (optional)
- Hot Cherry Peppers (optional)
- 1 Heat griddle to 350-400˚F.
- 2 Add Olive Oil and sauté steak slices until brown on one side, about 1 minute.
- 3 Flip onto other side. (If using a natural, unseasoned product, sprinkle with salt, pepper or your own blend of spices.) Begin separating beef slices (do not over chop) and thoroughly cook to a minimum temperature of 165˚F and all pink color is gone.
- 4 Mix in some sautéed onions.
- 5 Throw on the cheese slices.
- 6 When cheese is melted, slide the spatula under the meat and flip into a hinged long roll.
- 7 Squirt with ketchup and drop on some hot cherry peppers.
- 8 Savor the feast!
No matter where you go in and around Philadelphia, if an establishment has a cheesesteak on their menu, this is the core recipe.