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- Sep 12, 2009
Cheesesteaks In The Ninja (First Time)
I never made a Cheesesteak in My Ninja before, so I gotta give it a try:
So first I put a pound of Chip Steak in the Baking Pan in the bottom of my Ninja.
Then I set the Ninja at 350°, spread the thin meat out & began pulling it apart.
When it was all lightly browned, I removed it from the Ninja & set it aside.
Then I wiped the Baking Pan out, put Tallarico’s Steak Sandwich Sauce on 4 Rolls, and lined them up.
Then I put the Meat on top of the 4 sauced Rolls, and then Par-Cooked Chopped Onions on top of that.
Then I put some Hot Banana Peppers on top also, and let it all in there for about another 10 minutes.
Then once the Onions began to turn translucent, and the rolls were crisping up pretty good on the edges, I put a slice of cheese on each one.
It only took about 20 to 30 seconds to melt the cheese, and the Fan even blew one of the slices of cheese from the one Sammy to another Sammy.
Then they were done & I plated them up & I ate 2 of these little guys the first night.
Then the next day I ate the last one of the Cheesesteaks, and I added a Stuffed Pepper to finish me off.
This stuff was very good, but I think I prefer my old way of making Cheesesteaks, but it might just be because of all the practice I’ve had making them.
Thanks for stopping by,
One Pound of Chip Steak separated in Ninja Smart Grill Baking Pan:
4 small Steak Rolls filled with Browned Chip Steak & Par-Cooked chopped onions:
Hot Banana Peppers Added:
American Cheese Added (No Provolone in Stock):
Cheese Melted----Also moved around by the Wind:
Plated Cheesesteaks Need to be eaten with a Fork:
Bear's Second Night---One Small Cheesesteak & One Stuffed Pepper: