Saucy Sunday – Homemade Philly

Well, semi-homemade.

A while back I told you about a quick sandwich to make when you are pinched for time.

I told you that our local Walmartz is the only place I can find it. And now they have stopped selling it.

Rather than put a request in at another store and wait, I decided I could make them myself, now that I know what goes on them. And just as quickly as the packaged deal that I bought before.

So if you can’t find those in your town, I know you can find this stuff in your town and you can make them yourself.

So here’s what you need….

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Shredded mozzarella cheese….

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Sliced, browned or carmelized onion. (Add a little olive oil when cooking)

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Philly or hoagie style rolls. Put in the oven, open side down, at 425 degrees until toasted.

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Then cook the Steak-umms as directed on the package.

Fold one in half and lay on the toasted bun.

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Add desired amount of shredded mozzarella cheese.

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Fold another Steak-umm in half and lay on top of mozzarella.

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Add browned onions.

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Add the top, cut in half and serve.

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See, wasn’t that easy?

Just as easy as the prepackaged kit I bought before.

And tastes just as good.

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6 comments on “Saucy Sunday – Homemade Philly

  1. I use to make them quite often, but then Abe wanted to stop eating so much bread/bun items, and I quit making them. Haven’t made them for at least two years. Sounds and looks good, might try that next week whether he wants to eat it or not.

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