Get ready for a taste bud extravaganza with this irresistible Philly Cheesesteak Egg Roll Dipping Sauce Recipe it’s a game-changer for anyone who loves Philly Cheesesteaks or can’t resist the allure of Egg Rolls. Picture this: succulent steak, vibrant bell peppers, earthy mushrooms, and zesty jalapenos all embraced by a gooey cheese blanket, then crisped to perfection through either frying or baking. These rolls redefine the meaning of melty, cheesy goodness, making them ideal for a delectable snack, a show-stopping party appetizer, or a whimsical dinner option. The versatility doesn’t stop there—imagine the convenience of freezing these Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls for a future feast. Follow the included instructions for a hassle-free, heat-and-eat experience, whether you crave a quick meal, a satisfying snack, or an impressive appetizer. Unleash the culinary magic and savor every bite!
PHILLY CHEESESTEAK EGG ROLL RECIPE
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Even if the gridiron isn’t your arena, get ready to cheer for the unrivaled star, the Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls. It’s the ultimate fusion, marrying America’s iconic sandwich with China’s beloved finger food, making it the undisputed MVP of appetizers. Score big on taste and enjoy a culinary touchdown!
Mastering the art of Philly Cheese Steak Egg Rolls is surprisingly uncomplicated. Once the steak has luxuriated in a marinade featuring pantry-friendly ingredients, the culinary symphony begins. Cook up a storm with steak, onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, and jalapenos. Then, usher this flavorful ensemble into your trusty food processor for a swift chop, and voila—within 10 minutes, you’ve got yourself a tantalizing filling. Believe me, this quick and breezy food processor method has won my heart, and it’s bound to win yours too!
Now, onto the exciting part—assembly. Place that delectable filling right in the heart of your egg roll wrappers, roll them up, and make the crucial decision to either bake or fry. The reward for your efforts? Pure culinary delight with every bite—juicy, cheesy, and a surefire win. Get ready to savor victory, one mouthwatering bite at a time.
WHAT ARE PHILLY CHEESESTEAK EGG ROLLS?
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Imagine all the elements you adore in a classic Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich, wrapped up in a delightful, crunchy package. These Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls boast a core of marinated steak, bell peppers, mushrooms, and jalapenos, generously smothered with cheese. The magic happens when they hit the fryer (though baking is an option, I’m all in for the fried experience). The result? A symphony of melty, cheesy perfection that’s bound to leave you craving more. It’s a winning play for your taste buds!
PHILLY CHEESESTEAK EGG ROLLS INGREDIENTS
These Philly cheesesteak rolls are easier to make than you might think! Here’s what goes into them:
- Egg roll wrappers: Commonly found in the refrigerated produce section of the grocery store, often at an end aisle or even with the salad dressings. If you can’t find them – just ask, because they are there!
- Sirloin or flank steak: You’ll need to thinly slice the steak against the grain. I recommend sirloin if you are going to be marinating less than one hour.
- Steak marinade: Made of Italian dressing, Worcestershire sauce, onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes.
- Mushrooms: are optional for the mushroom lovers. Any variety will work.
- Green bell pepper: A must when making Philly cheesesteak-anything.
- Jalapeños: Deseed and devein the peppers so they’re not too spicy.
- Cheese: shredded provolone and sharp cheddar. You can purchase a block of provolone from your deli counter then shred it yourself.
WHAT KIND OF MEAT DO YOU USE FOR PHILLY CHEESESTEAKS?
Step into a world of culinary delight with these steak and cheese egg rolls, featuring the same succulent rib eye used in the classic Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches. The journey to flavor begins with a tantalizing marinade, where rib eye takes a luxurious bath in zesty Italian Dressing, joined by the aromatic company of onions, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, and a sprinkle of salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes for that extra kick. If you’re feeling budget-conscious, fear not—you can seamlessly swap out the rib eye for the more economical flank steak without sacrificing taste. It’s a versatile twist that ensures every bite is a savory symphony of flavors.
CAN I USE CHICKEN INSTEAD OF BEEF?
Absolutely! You can substitute the steak for chicken to make CHICKEN Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls. You will want to treat the chicken just like the beef and thinly slice it across thee grain to marinate it.
HOW TO MAKE PHILLY CHEESESTEAK EGG ROLLS
These Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls are super easy to make!
STEP 1: MARINATE STEAK
The marinade is a quick whisking of ingredients then adding your beef. You can marinate the steak for as little as one hour and still achieve flavorful beef because the steak is already sliced thinly, but of course, the longer you marinate the beef, the more flavorful it will become.
STEP 2: COOK STEAK AND PEPPERS
Heat a large skillet over medium- high heat until very hot. Add steak and let cook on one side without disturbing, then proceed to cook until meat is cooked through. Take care not to overcook your steak so it remains tender instead of tough. Once cooked, transfer meat to a fine hole strainer/sieve and remove any excess liquid by pressing down on the meat mixture with a spatula. This last step is super important because excess liquid in the Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls will result in a wet and soggy wrapper which means it will likely tear when folding or cooking.