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(Sirloin Tip Roast) Philly Cheesesteak on Ciabatta Roll

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Went and picked up a few ingredients this past Sunday morning to do a rendition of a Philly Cheesesteak on Ciabatta Roll.

Ciabatta Rolls, Red, Green bell peppers, and a yellow onion, and a Sirloin Tip Roast.

 

 

I seasoned the roast with a just a store bought steak and chop seasoning. and I made a injection up also that included the

seasoning.

 

 

Now I don't know what temp I was smoking at, because my batteries died on my grate thermometer. I was doing a half snake/minion method with the charcoal.

 

 

Smoked it till it reached 138° and pulled and wrapped it for a 1/2 to 3/4 hour.

It was so tender and juicy.

My kids tried it and said it had great flavor they kept eating my shavings for my sandwiches.

 

 

I sauté the peppers and onions up with some minced garlic.

 

I put these in the oven at 350° for about 10 minutes if that, basically once the cheese was nice and melted.

 

 

 

 

They were delicious sandwiches, the only thing I want to change up is making a actual cheese sauce to drizzle on rather that just having the sliced cheese on it.

 

 

Thanks for looking everyone.

post #2 of 3

Man that sliced shot is beautiful!

 

I can see why the kids were eating the shavings!

 

Great looking sammie!

 

POINTS!!

 

Al

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Thanks, it turned out really good for being on a Weber Kettle, not knocking it or anything, I just prefer stick burner offset reverse flow, anyways taking left overs and making steak enchiladas with it.

 

Thanks for the points, more to come this spring and summer for sure.

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