Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches that are so tender and flavorful you’ll feel like you’re in Philly. Perfect for a crowd!
Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches are the answer to all your Philly Cheese Steak dreams. We’ve made this recipe three times in the last two weeks and I think I’ve enjoyed so many I’ve already matched my 2016 beef consumption in just that time.
The beef is super tender, the liquid left behind is magic (I actually froze what liquid I didn’t add to a little bowl for dunking – I know like a cross between a french dip and a Philly cheesesteak but the liquid was SO good). The bell peppers, onions and mushrooms add a delicious flavor to the beef, the liquid and the sandwich.
I’m by no means a purist when it comes to cheese steaks, I will take them any way I can get them I love them so much, so these Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches were right up my ally. We made them for the superbowl party we had and they were such a hit we just haven’t stopped.
I will say the most authentic thing about these Slow Cooker Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches that people from Philadelphia won’t be upset with me for is the Cheez Whiz that I add to them. It melts and acts like a delicious sandwich glue that you’re going to love.
2 ½ to 3 pounds of beef round steak.
2 sliced thin green peppers.
2 sliced thin onions.
3 cups of beef stock.
2 tsps of garlic salt.
2 tsps of black pepper.
1 envelope of dry Italian dressing mix.
1 to 2 large loaves of french bread sliced into sandwich lengths. Provolone cheese slices.
In a sprayed slow cooker, place the thin strips of meat and add in the green pepper, onion, stock, garlic, salt, pepper and dressing mix. Cook covered for 7 to 8 hours on low or 3 to 4 hours on high. Fill the french bread sandwiches or the toasted buns if you want to and top them with cheese. Bake in a baking sheet for a couple of minutes to melt the cheese and serve with sauteed mushrooms on top if you want to. Enjoy! Easy, peasy and yummy! This slow cooker philly cheese steak sandwiches are very delicious! I personally use toasted buns instead of french bread with some extra cheese on top!