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Not Everything Called a Cheesesteak is a Cheesesteak

By G-Knows | December 2, 2015 | Cheesesteaks, Contests, Recipes, Specials

There are knock offs for everything these days, such as designer clothing, but now there are even knock offs for cheesesteaks. Just because something claims to be a cheesesteak sandwich doesn’t mean it is one. There are even fast food chains that have cheesesteaks listed on their menus, but just because they put some sliced meat on a bun doesn’t mean it is a cheesesteak.

First of all, a cheesesteak sandwich needs steak. Usually, the thinly sliced steak is rib eye. Melted cheese is added to the sandwich. Different kinds of cheeses can be used, such as provolone, American, cheddar or even Cheez Whiz. Other common toppings include sautéed onions and peppers.

There are authentic Philly cheesesteaks available in locations other than Philadelphia. But just because a restaurant throws some meat and cheese on a bun doesn’t mean that it is a cheesesteak sandwich. Real cheesesteak sandwiches have high quality, well-seasoned meat that is flavorful. It is browned in a pan that has been lightly oiled.

The sandwich is made using an Italian roll, which is a long bun such as a hoagie roll. It is stuffed full of meat, so there is no shortage of flavor. The cheese is then poured into the bun, covering the meat. Any topping are then placed on top of the meat and cheese, sticking slightly above the bun. A real cheesesteak sandwich is well stuffed with no shortage of meat, cheese or toppings.

In Philadelphia, it is simply called a cheesesteak. Because the original sandwiches came from Philadelphia, the sandwiches are known as Philly cheesesteaks elsewhere. We serve authentic Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. Stop by today to try one of our freshly made sandwiches that comes stuffed full of flavor. After you try one, you will be back for more.

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