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The Lazy Vegetarian


Recipe: Philly Cheese "Steaks"

We ate these the other night and they were both easy and quite tasty! Makes 3 - 5 depending on size of rolls.

Bakery Rolls
1 package Morningstar Farms Meal Starters Veggie "Steak" Strips
2 - 3 Tbsps Canola oil
1 onion, cut into strips
1 green pepper, cut into strips
Cheese of choice (dairy or soy)
  • folks have strong opinions on the correct cheese for this sandwich - so you may prefer provolone, swiss, american, cheddar, or a jarred cheese product - I do not judge!

Preheat oil in large flat-bottom skillet. Cook onion and pepper over medium heat for about 5 minutes (or until desired crispness). Add strips and cook until strips are warm through. Separate in pan into individual servings. Place cheese on top until melted/warm. Transfer to warmed/toasted rolls.

This is great with a fruit salad in the summer.

11 comment(s):

Long time no see, Lazy V!

Glad to see you're blogging again.

By Blogger Edward Robinson, at 3:33 PM  

I love this because my brain never want to figure out easy meals like this for during the week. Thanks!

By Blogger M.R., at 4:07 PM  

WOO HOO!!!!!! Great to see you posting again :)

This sounds like a yummy recipe.

By Blogger JeanC, at 4:57 PM  

Glad to find your site. Looks like my kind of place. I love easy vegetarian recipes. Those veggie steak slices really are good in a sandwich like you mentioned.

By Blogger namesconnie, at 4:01 AM  

This sounds real good. I recommend Veggie Shreds for a vegan substitute. It melts well.

By Blogger Sharp, at 7:02 PM  

Veggie Shreds? Thats a new one to me. Where do you buy it? I'm in NYC.



By Blogger Marty, at 5:46 PM  

I have never heard of these before. Sometimes I wonder were I have been. I look forward to trying them.

By Anonymous Recipe Jen, at 8:24 PM  

Oh wow, this looks so good. I have always wanted one of these recipes.

But the sad thing is, MSF no longer makes the steak strips! Trader Joes makes a great steak strip and that is only place I know of right now that has steak strips :\

By Anonymous Katie, at 12:36 PM  

Thnx for sharing this..Really very new recipe dish for me.

By Anonymous Mansi, at 3:16 AM  

mmm - yum! and super easy for a weeknight meal! I make a version of this meal with seitan that I mix with steak sauce - it comes out so good. I have the recipe posted on my blog; check it out! http://eatsbroccoliandsquash.blogspot.com/2010/01/seitanic-sandwiches.html

By Blogger Melissa, at 7:00 AM  

Great recipe! The dish is very delicious! My mouth waters every time I put it in my mouth. Every bite gives off a fantastic and unexplainable flavor. Two thumbs up!

By Anonymous Irene @ H.V.R., at 3:57 AM  

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