Philly cheesesteak sandwich

Philly cheesesteak sandwich 

Servings: 2

4-6 slices deli roast beef, shredded, or cut into strips
1/4 cup fontina cheese, cubed (or any other good melting cheese)
1 cup onions, sliced
1 cup bell peppers (capsicum)
salt, pepper to taste
2 TBS vingegar
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp oil
2 long sandwich rolls, cut almost all the way through the middle (lengthwise) but not all the way through. The rolls should preferably have a hard crust (soft rolls don't work too well).

Heat oil in a large pan or skillet. Add onions and bell peppers and fry on medium heat until onions get some color (about 6-7 minutes). Add salt, pepper, vinegar and sugar and cook about a minute. Add roast beef and cook another minute just to heat through. Top with cheese and toss with the roast beef so the cheese can melt. After about a minute, push the roast beef mixture to one side of the pan. Add a tiny bit of oil (or oil spray) to the pan, and put rolls cutside down on the pan. Heat for about 30 seconds and then put the roast beef mixture in the rolls. Serve with fries.

If you can't find halal roast beef, you can also make this with gyros meat or cooked steak that has been very thinly sliced. This is made the American way and is flavorful, but very mild. Iif you like your food more spicy, you can add chili peppers, hot sauce, siracha sauce, or the middle eastern chili sauce.

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