Thursday, May 16, 2013

It's a recipe week y'all!

I do not eat meat all that much but every once in a while I do appreciate a good Philly or a cheeseburger that my Hunty grills. One night this week, the Philly hankering kicked in. So I jumped at the chance to make my house smell of amazing food.

Green peps and red onions simmering in a saute pan, 1 cap size amount of Italian olive oil and 1 of Zesty Italian salad dressing. This night I added some cherry tomatoes sliced in half in. This goes on medium-low heat for roughly 10 minutes:




Add meat. I take a few slices together and cut into strips, then into pieces. Cook until your desired shade of cooked. Yes, cooked meaning gauge how well done you prefer your meat. I wish the smell would radiate right off this page. It is unbelievable the wonderful flavor and scent this medley makes:






Grab bread you'll be using or make a salad. Romaine lettuce is delicious for this purpose. If you have Parmesan cheese in house sprinkle a pinch or two over the lettuce. Tonight we made sandwiches. We love Publix hamburger rolls. You can press these into the pan you cook the food in for a few secs to add some lightly-toasted crunch. Right as you are taking the pan off the burner, lay a slice of cheese- we used Munster- over the meat and let the generated heat melt it. Use a spatula to divide portions and slide right on the bread. This sandwich calls for a side of fruit to add a light balance. I sprinkled a pinch of feta cheese over top the grapes and strawberries:




We enjoyed it and as my lovie said, "It was better than a Philly Pub sub, babe!"


Gee, thanks :)
Meggie

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