Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Cali Cheesesteak

This one is mine on the 100 calorie roll with no mayo!

This belongs to the man!

Hey guys! What's up? It is pretty warm here this evening so I wanted to make a quick dinner. These are really good. You will feel like you are cheating, but don't worry no guilt associated with these babies. It is my take on a Philly cheese steak. I like mine on a 100 calorie sandwich square, but you can use any roll or bread you like. I also like to grill the bread with a little olive oil. You just drizzle the Extra virgin OO on your bread and lay it flat in a pan on high heat allowing the bread to get nice and crispy.

This will give your bread a nice crispy flavor. You don't even need that much Olive oil to get the job done.

Or if you are really calorie conscious just spray your roll/bread with some Organic Olive oil spray and let the pan grill it up. Either way so good. I keep mine nice and light with one slice of provolone split into two equal pieces, but hubby likes two full pieces and he likes a little mayo on his too. Honestly, these are so flavorful they don't need mayo! Here is what you need:

1 package of roast beef. I love Hormel Natural (the entire package is 240 calories)
1 red bell pepper
1 onion
provolone cheese
garlic powder

Go ahead and thinly slice your bell pepper and onion. Add about a teaspoon or so of EVOO and toss your bell peppers and onion in with a sprinkling of garlic powder. Saute these for a good 6-8 minutes allowing them to get nice and caramelized. You will want to take the roast beef out and slice them into strips. Add this to your bell pepper mixture and heat through, allowing the roast beef to brown up. This gives your roast beef such good flavor! Meanwhile you can toast up your rolls (if you want to skip this step you can throw your assembled sandwich in the oven for about 5 minutes at 375 this will make the bread crispy minus the mayo if you want mayo on yours) and cheese melt)Just place your cheese in and top with the good filling. Your mouth will thank-you! Trust me (-:

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