Serve up this authentic Philly cheese steak recipe!
I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing quite as good as a perfectly cooked Philly cheese steak! While this dish may traditionally served up on bread, just know you can still enjoy it without all those unnecessary carbs. Opt for keto sandwich rolls (also known as Oopsie Rolls) instead and you have a meal that’s sure to be delicious right down to the very last bite. Of course, you can always enjoy it all on its own if you prefer no bread at all. It’s flavorful enough to stand on its own. The choice really is yours!
Not only is this recipe incredibly tasty, but it’s also very easy to make. All you need are a few common ingredients and about 20 minutes at your disposal. Yes! It’s really that simple. If you’ve been eyeing this recipe for a while, just know that even the most beginner chef can pull it off! Of course, the trick is to make sure you evenly season the steak pieces and add just the right amount of cheese. The easy-to-follow instructions make this recipe a walk in the park. Don’t let this be a meal that you only order off a menu. Whip it up in your very own kitchen! You won’t be disappointed.
Philly cheese steak makes the perfect quick lunch, but it’s also hearty enough to enjoy for dinner as well. Whether you’re cooking for yourself or want to impress your guests, this is a great recipe to have on hand. You are sure to fall in love with the collaborative flavors of fresh onion, peppers, and of course, the sirloin steak smothered in provolone cheese. Low carb recipes are not only healthy but taste great, too. This dish proves it. Let us know what you think about this amazing keto-friendly dish!
If you loved this recipe, try this Philly Cheesesteak Keto Stuffed Peppers from Keto Cooking Christian. Savory steak, sauteed onions, and mushrooms baked in peppers with delicious, melted cheese on top – it’s a mouth-watering recipe!
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